From the Author
Phillips: Bowhuntingtechnology, equipment and strategies have changed so much in the last 5-10 yearsthat for the average hunter to get the best information possible, there's aneed for a new bowhunting book almost every year. More and more hunters arelearning better ways to find, grow and take white-tailed deer to provide betteropportunities to take that buck of your dreams.
·Mostsuccessful bowhunters scout year-round, not only on foot but by using trailcameras.
·Todayhunters have better green field plantings, mineral licks, deer lures, optics,calls, bows, arrows, broadheads, sights and many-more hunting aids than everpreviously.
·Wildliferesearchers continue to learn new information about white-tailed deer that canbe passed-on to hunters to create more-successful bowhunting experiences.
·Geneticengineering is now able to produce bucks with antlers that will score 150 ormore on Boone & Crockett in 2 years.
·Deer-managementpractices have shown us how to better manage the deer on the properties we huntand produce more and bigger bucks.
·Thebows produced by PSE have gotten faster, smoother and more-forgiving and havebecome much-better tools to harvest deer.
·Thelearning curve for becoming a bowhunter also has changed dramatically. Only afew years ago, we told beginning bowhunters they'd need to spend several monthslearning to shoot accurately to be proficient enough to hunt. But with modernPSE bows, a person who's never pulled a bow can be shooting that bow accuratelywithin 45 minutes. If he or she practices for a month, he often can beproficient enough to go into the woods and take a deer.
Asresearch, technology and equipment continue to bring more knowledge to thebowhunter, PSE wants to be on the leading edge of delivering this informationto the world of bowhunting.