My name is Mitch. I am going going to school here in Bozeman, I try to hunt as much as I can in the fall, and I fly fish the rest of the year. I got my first bow about a month ago, I have been shooting a lot trying to get as accurate as possible. I have always rifle hunted before now, but after calling in a couple bulls last september to about 15 yards with no weapon in hand, I decided it is time to get in the archery game. Anyways, I look forward to sharing stories and reading some from you guys.
Hey Mitch. Good choice to pick up the bow.
Just to let you know, Big Sky Archey in Four Corners today is having a customer open house today. Free burgers, and some fun shoots. Check them out if our around today. I'm thinking about stopping by. Bunch of new bows I want to try out.
Gold Tip Kenetics 300
Ripcord Code Red
Tight Spot Quiver
Black Gold Ascent
Landshark by Simmons Sharks
One week till I'm chasing spring gobblers!
I recognized long ago that if I have a warehouse full of guns, but no public land or public wildlife, I have nothing!
Cole checking in from Great Falls. I had to take a year off inbetween grad school and undergrad to come home to the Big Sky to do some hunting and Rocky Mt exploration. I was fortunate to get over 60 days in the field last year between archery, rifle, and bird hunting. Funs over and I'm headed back to school next Oct. A couple years of building points in WY, CO, and UT.
Jon here from washington but ill be moving to billings this summer! Going to MSU college of technology for a major in sustainable energy. Cant wait to get out there and do some real Western big game hunting! Im both an archer and a rifle hunter but my main passion is archery hunting for elk.
I'm a little late to this party ...
I'm Matt over in the Bitterroot Valley, but born and raised over in Bozeman. This looks like a great forum, and I am excited to get to know the folks here.
David here from Missoula. Born down at Columbus and grew up in Hamilton. Resident my whole life. I love to get out bowhunting, snowshoeing, rifle hunting, trapping, hiking, reloading, and just about anything outdoors. I shoot a Martin "Damon Howatt" recurve and have not taken a deer or elk yet with it, just one rabbit! I still enjoy getting out.
Been putting in for moose, sheep, and goats for 33 years in a row now and never drawn, but just maybe this year!
NRA Life Member
Montana Wild Sheep Foundation
Boone & Crockett Club
Montana Bow Hunters Association
"One loves to possess arms though they hope never to."