Good advice on winter shooting on Charles Archery Blog
When it comes to archery, I can relate to the post office motto:
“Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds”
The version I go by is a little different:
“Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night, stays this archer from the completion of his practice rounds”
So, I practice at night, day, early morning, winter, summer, inside, outside and while the inches pile up.
The comical part of this to me is that I’m currently practicing for “indoor archery competition” outdoors…
Winter archery both fills my need to be outside and satiates my, dare I say, addiction to this sport.
There are pluses to being out with ol’ man winter:
It’s beautiful out. It is great to be out in the world hearing the sounds and seeing the sights, whether they be animal, bird life or the snowflakes accumulating on the tip of your stabilizer.
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