Snake River Hunting is pleased to have two great hunting reports provided by Corey Paulsen of Limbsaver
Washington State early Archery hunt was tough due to my favorite area being closed for extreme fire danger. Luckily, I was able to get back to my hunting area for the last 3 days. On the second to last day of the hunt the weather moved in and I found myself hunting a tall stand of timber. The rain and wind along with my Montana decoy gave me the edge to shoot a nice cow at 10 yards. The LimbSaver Proton took it’s 5th animal and I was happy to fill the freezer with a great cow elk. She only went 25 yards after the shot. It was a hard quartering to shot, but the Victory VForce arrow with the Trophy Taker Shuttle T-Lock Broadhead hit true making for an easy tracking job.
Hunting Blacktail Deer with a bow in Western Washington is not an easy task. The brush and l few quality animals makes for a challenging hunt. My scouting has paid off and I have found a good pocket of deer. The brush is still a challenge and my success has really been increased by using a treestand to get above the thick brush. On September 4th, I arrowed a respectable 2×4 blacktail buck at only 13 yards. I had him on my trail camera only 5 days before at roughly the same time he was shot. Once again the LimbSaver Proton put the Victory VForce arrow and Trophy Shuttle T broadhead in a perfect spot to make for an easy tracking job.