Who here has ever hunted with an outfitter while using your crossbow? How was the attitude towards you because you were a crossbow hunter?
And that is exactly why me and mine no longer take our $$$ to Colorado to hunt. We have the same problems with the Texas Bow hunters Assoc. here. They are the only ones AGAINST legalizing xbows during archery deer season, but there are more of us FOR's now, so I foresee this being legal in the near future. I've been sneaky this past year. Take the wives out hunting with a crossbow, or let them shoot one, and guess what happens? ha ha! Shhhh!grndhntr said:I have wondered about this too. I have not tried to book a hunt with the crossbow, but I think it may be frowned upon here in Colorado. The Colo. Bowhunter's Assoc. is strongly against crossbows in "their" season and there are not a lot of hunters here who have tried to hunt with one...lots of misconceptions about their ease of use and accuracy at long yardages.
glad to hear it, since they are legal to use in milscha said:I just got a call from Dede Anderson of Outdoor Adventures for Women. She said that the Deer Tracks Ranch in Michigan DOES allow crossbows and that she had been trying to email me. She apparently had my email address wrong.
This is really good news and I want to make sure my previous statement was corrected to show that, not only is the ranch accommodating for crossbows, the Outdoor Adventures for Women staff cares enough to follow up on questions and concerns from subscribers to their website.
A little too late for me this year but I may be able to join in the fun next year.