Campfire Stories2019-05-05T11:46:38-06:00

Campfire Stories

A collection of stories about hunting with traditional bows.

Some are new stories, and some were published in past issues of Traditional Bowhunter® Magazine.

Time Doesn’t Stand Still

A second is a very small amount of time as measured in some sports activities such as track and field, swimming, etc. Archery is not typically thought of in these terms. Some archers [...]

Three Days in Texas, Two Javelina, and One Lucky Hat

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 [...]

Incredible Journey—Mountain Goat in Montana

I only needed to make another 20 feet before I should be able to see where the goat had gone. I was scrambling to gain my footing on the steep scree when a [...]

Camouflage or Concealment?

When a hunter goes into the woods, he is at a disadvantage. The game he pursues has better eyesight, an ability to hear at greater distances, and a far more acute nose. Game [...]

Alaska on Layaway

I call this story “Alaska on Layaway” because that’s the best way I can describe how a blue-collar guy like myself could afford such an Alaskan adventure. It all started with a call [...]

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