You never quite know what to expect when bowhunting in rough, mountain country. When the author’s buck hit the snow-covered ground, it took off like a bobsled. After sliding some 75 yards downhill, an unlucky tree finally thwarted its likely progression into no man’s land. Still, the recovery effort took nearly four hours to complete.

Hill-Country Hurdles: Tough Terrain
Posted on May 8, 2013

Putting your tag on a big-timber buck means overcoming these three obstacles. This post will cover the challenges of especially tough terrain. Keep checking back as we cover the other major hurdles you may face out there. Day five finds me braving the elements once again. Navigating the rock-strewn trail, … more