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I took my Covert Hunter into the woods …

doing some roving and stump shooting …
as well as practicing for an upcoming hunt this winter …

here´s what my neck of the woods looks like …




most shots where taken between 12 and 30 yards
 

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I agree, that setup is VERY quiet. You make some great videos. I enjoyed watching. Makes me want to grab my bow and shoot some dead stumps!
 

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looks like a lot of fun and some great camera work. what I would do for a little snow about now.
 

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Great video, but I need a curiosity wuss survey. Show of hands...how many recoiled in horror when he stuck that CH in the creek? Be honest. I confess, I'm a candya***, but I'da walked into that creek naked on my hands before dipping a CH, lol! Apologies to cubefx, I need to read before I post....but now I feel better that I'm not alone in my granny panties!
 

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Good shooting and I hope there weren't any deer watching......My brother and I use to walk the woods near my Dads home and do some stump shooting....we often came across dillers and shooting stumps was a lot safer and allowed retrieving arrows a whole lot better. Dillers would run into a hole and break our arrows.....Fun video to watch!
 

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Thanks to all for liking

Barney Slayer

Ultra stands for a 17 inch riser


Maddmartagan

draw weight is 53 lbs at my 29 inch draw

as for being quiet: arrows used are 10 grains per pound and heavier ...
I do believe that the slide on quiver has got something to do with it as well …

hunterjrg

yep, all my arrows are footed …
as for stump points
here´s some homemade ones




I also use Judos and hex blunts …

cubfx & olddogrib

:cheers:

if you are fishing for arrows … make sure you are using a good hook
but seriously .. don’t do this if your string is not properly waxed

talking about dipping your bow into water ...

that brings back some good memories …

Saltwater bow fishing somewhere in Indonesia …
did you ever try to swim a couple of hundred yards out too a reef with bow and fishing arrow in your hand?

if I can find some footage I´ll post it up just for you and cubfx

here´s a video of that Indonesian Island without the bow fishing part


and as Joe said …. it is a tool for hunting - although I never scratched my back with it :wink:
 

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Ok I see the outer part but I'm not familiar with that inner point. Cool idea and I'd like to know more. Are they pretty durable?
 

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Ok I see the outer part but I'm not familiar with that inner point. Cool idea and I'd like to know more. Are they pretty durable?
as for being durable ...

have a look here


that inner screw on point is called a "Skipper Stopper" that Martin Archery used to sell ...
 
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