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David Sparks Ph.d Archery Lion Hunt
by David Sparks Ph.d, click here for bio

Program: Sportsman's Spotlight
Date: January 17, 2019

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Lifelong archery hunter Dennis Dunn talks about the advantages he sees in using bare bows. “With traditional archery gear you don’t have to worry about in your moment of excitement picking the wrong pin to use for aiming. You just shoot instinctively. Dependent upon those mechanical gadgets, I know lots of bow hunters hunting in bad weather in late season come to full draw only to find that their peep sight has ice or snow or a drop of water in it. I would much rather not be dependent on those things. Throughout my lifetime I have only hunted bare bow. I was lucky enough to be the first person in history to take all 29 N. American huntable big game species with my bows. In the fall of 2015 up in central British Columbia I managed to take a 200 pound mountain lion which turned out to be a Boone and Crockett monstrous lion. Not many of them get to be 200 pounds. After hours of trudging through deep snow at 20 below zero I ended up under the tree with the hounds had treat this lien. I shot and he was dead in seconds.

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