The magic hour is finally here, the sun has just dipped behind the mountains, and the shadows have reached clear across the open field you’ve been sitting on for the last couple of hours. Just like clock work that buck you’ve had your eye on comes out of the corner of the field and starts making his way toward your stand. You heart starts to race. You close your eyes, take a deep breath, give a glance down at your pins to make sure everything is just right. You range him….60 yards and closing…you carefully slip your range finder into your pocket, clip on your release…here we go…he’s broad side, head down…draw…without warning he turns straight at you and picks his head up…frozen…hold it…hold it…
Ever been there? I can’t tell you how many stories I’ve heard that ended with “he just needed to take one more step,” or “just as I draw he turned right at me.” Hunters should practice holding their draws and making accurate shots long before going into the field. This workout will help prepare you for that long stare down.
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