A great man and traditional bowhunting legend passed away 10 years ago today (September 19, 2010). His tireless, continuing efforts brought bowhunting out of the back woods and into the main offices of fish and game departments all across the United States. Without a doubt, his ideas and life’s work is why we have the privilege to enjoy the liberal bowhunting seasons we enjoy today. Glenn St. Charles was the last of the true bowhunting pioneers in North America.
Below is Glenn’s story from T.J.’s book The Traditional Bowhunter’s Handbook. Glenn wrote the Forward for this book and has long been considered a friend and mentor to all of us here at Traditional Bowhunter. He is greatly missed by all of us.
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