Hunting Stories from Traditional Bowhunting legends.
In 1955, Roy Hoff, the editor of Archery Magazine, took a trip to the Alaska tundra. It was the kind of expedition every bowhunter dreams of—pursuing big game in Alaska, a place which [...]
The box arrived on Tuesday, the night before we were scheduled to leave for a hunting trip to Texas. It was an afterthought for my husband Dave, who said, “Did you see this [...]
The dispatcher's voice crackled over the radio informing me of a trespasser on a local landowner's property. I quickly jotted down the description of the vehicle and headed that way. I found the pickup [...]
Here's a blast from the past! This article was published in the Oct/Nov 1994 issue of Traditional Bowhunter. A reader recently asked me to post it here for those of you who may [...]
The morning started out much like the first few of our eight day elk hunt high in Idaho's back country. My partner Dave Stanley and I got up well before dawn, had breakfast, [...]
Like most bowhunters, I started out small; a hand-me-down recurve, a few scattered arrows, and limited knowledge passed down from my dad and an uncle. My dad was a traditional bowhunter, but back [...]