What Finnegan said.Finnegan said:Did for some 30 years, but then became a sell out and joined the high tech mob. Sometimes I wonder if it was a good decision, but after seeing what my new arrow launching machine did to my buck this year, I'm a happy hunter...........................
I seem to find myself following these words more and more lately.My hats off to the hunter who gets with in 20 yards pulls back and watches the mystical flight of the arrow.
IMO - I haven't given up propane, gas powered vehicles, and all that good jazz but self imposed limits regardless of weapon is good for wildlife.Like winds and sunsets, wild things were taken for granted until progress began to do away with them. Now we face the question whether a still higher 'standard of living' is worth its cost in things natural, wild and free. For us of the minority, the opportunity to see geese is more important than television." -- Aldo Leopold
It will always be a myth to you until you come out of the closet. :?north slope said:I have heard of these 'traditionalist' but for the most part I think that it is just a myth....
You said it not me.I'm a simple minded guy and like the simple aproach to shooting a bow. For me, Traditional is the only way to fly.
Well, Pro, this is really simple. Get a bow and start shooting it... :shock:proutdoors said:You said it not me.I'm a simple minded guy and like the simple aproach to shooting a bow. For me, Traditional is the only way to fly.
I told Tex a while back if/when I drew my LE archery elk tag, I would switch back to traditional after my hunt. Since I WILL draw my tag in 2008, Tex and I need to get a game plan going on my new set-up for 2009.
:?EPEK said:OK OK OK, now gents, lets get this thread back on track and talk about what the original poster really meant. When anyone asks if one does 'it' the traditional way, he could only be thinking about one thing. Now go back and re -read each of the posts, and think of what he really was asking and it is really kind of funny entertainment.