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    Hey guys, just wondering if anyone has any tips for recurve hunting, I have hunted with the longbow and compound but recurve is new so any tips, or information would be very helpful thanks
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    if you live in , or hunt in an area where wildlife is abundant and not spooked, and you think you will have the time and patience to recurve hunt. i say go for it.

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    Patience! i tried last year to score a doe with my recurve and took two shots both clean misses nothing gets your heart pounding more!
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    10-4 on the patience. Learn to stalk. Best way to learn stalking is to take a snail with you and never move faster than the snail.
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    thanks for the info, it's just i bought a x-150 recurve off a friend and was wondering on how i should do it, i have taken game with the longbow so i thought traditional recurve might be some fun
    There are 2 types of people, those who understand the primal feeling of hunting with a bow and those who have never felt the thrill of the hunt

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