Bow hunting is gaining more popularity despite its difficulty. Many states have outlawed the running of dogs to assist in hunting deer and quail, and turkeys as well, and as a result, many hunters have begun to research ways of getting back to the basics of hunting. Bow hunting is made even more difficult in many states because of the laws surrounding the proximity of the hunter and his or her prey. The laws vary from state to state, so knowing the rules in your area is of great importance to anyone trying to have a successful go of bow hunting.
The call of tradition is a loud one. Once people get slightly interested in bow hunting, they tend to go all out researching the history and best use of the bow, and they want to know what kind will be the best to use. People are just as enthusiastic about their bows as gun users are about their weapons — and maybe even more so. Bow design and use dates back to the most primitive days of civilization, and so there is a romance involved in taking up the bow rather than a gun, and going one on one against nature.
Here is a video that can teach you more about how bows are made and what makes them so excellent to own and use.