Bow Hunting — A Growing Blood “Sport”

Exposing the Big Game

[This is just what the wildlife doesn’t need right now–more people out sending even more stray arrows into the air!  Here are just a couple of this year’s recent injuries to target animals as a result of the sport of bow hunting]:





Bow Hunting — A Growing Sport In Minnesota

November 4, 2013 10:15 AM

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Minnesotans make that annual trip to the tree stand this weekend. The firearms deer hunting season kicks off on Saturday. But bow hunters have been searching for that prize buck since September.

Joe Caminati, of Average Joe’s Archery, said he’s seeing a lot more popularity when it comes to bow hunting.

“I think the main thing that’s driving it is accessibility,” he said. “Some of the movies that have come out recently, ‘Hunger Games,’ ‘Brave’ … has put it in front of a lot of kids and…

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With many thanks to Mayor Peter Nystrom and All Friends Animal Hospital, Elliot has much hope. If you know ANYTHING, please call Norwich Animal Control at 860-887-5747.

“We need your help!! We had a sweet kitty named Elliot come in today with an arrow through his chest. We are hoping to find the person responsible for this heinous act of cruelty. Fortunately for this kitty, our city’s Mayor Peter Nystrom was in the area and able to contact Animal Control, who rushed Elliot to All Friends to seek immediate treatment. Elliot is resting comfortably after having the arrow removed, although we still don’t know if there will be long term nerve damage. Elliot was shot in the area of Gates road in Norwich. If you have any information please contact Norwich Animal Control at (860) 887-5747. A special thank you again to our Mayor who stepped up to…

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