By Brian Strickland
Winters can be cold and hard where I’m from in Colorado, and for a bowhunter you can throw in the fact that it’s way too long as well. It’s not that I mind the chilled temperatures or even shoveling drifts that can pile as high as the fenders on my truck. The terrible part is that winter signals the end of most of the bowhunting seasons in my part of the world. Besides, the fetching Mrs. Strickland of nearly 15 years firmly reminds me that I’ve been chasing one big game critter after another since mid-August and the honey-do list is getting extremely long.
A Company on Fire
By Bill & Sherry Krenz
It’s interesting to look at the differences between various companies. Take bow companies, for example. Some follow. Some seem to continually lead.
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