Ok, Ive spoke with my group (me and 2 other guys) and we have decided to do the Bow hunt. A big thanks to everyone who posted on my other thread about Hiking v. bowhunting.. it was a real help.
Next question to those who wish to answer:
Ive never been but my freind who has says that the most difficult thing is not seeing the bou but getting setup for a shot.
We arent looking to kill our bou right off the road if we can avoid that so we were wondering if anyone has used a friend to help "divert" some caribou in the direction of the hunter??
This may sound odd, but say you see a shooter and he is headed north, would it be feasible to get a guy way up a head of that bull and then get a hunter set up in an area where the other guy may be able to divert him.
Again, ive never been so this is just me thinking and picturing things in my head...
I guess the main question is this, is there an advantage to having a few people trying to get a bull in position for a shot, or is the hunting more "hey, he's going that way.. run like hell to get to some cover he might pass and pray for a shot?"
I would love to hear some stories from successful hunters, just tell me how you managed to get within range with your bow.
Thanks again guys .. I love the responses on here.