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A bow hunting question from a non bow hunter

AlaskanfrogAlaskanfrog Member Posts: 40 ✭✭

So I've always been interested in bow hunting.

But I live in the arctic, where there is open snow covered tundra as far as the eyes can see.

So how does a bow hunter get close enough to his target when there is no brush or trees?

My assumption would be to use rolling hills as defilade and cover, and then kinda... Hoping the animals get close enough to you while your are camouflaged?

There is no greater love than this: He who gives his life for his brother. John 15:13

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  • navc130navc130 Member Posts: 970 ✭✭✭

    I have read that the Eskimos would form funnels of rock piles that imitated humans and hide at the mouth of the funnel to shoot the caribou as they passed thru. Definitely an issue bow hunting in the wide-open spaces.

  • AlaskanfrogAlaskanfrog Member Posts: 40 ✭✭

    Hmmm. Okay, so they prepped in the summer

    There is no greater love than this: He who gives his life for his brother. John 15:13

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