Are you ready to test your archery skills on something a bit more difficult to hit? Maybe something that’s prone to run quicker than a deer? Consider rabbit hunting.
This is where skill is tested.
Most people would not consider small game hunting with archery tackle, but for those who are willing to try, bowhunting for bunnies can be a lot of fun. Check out this video of some great hits on bunnies!
Granted, hunting Peter Cottontail can be difficult, but it’s without a doubt a true test of your skills as an archer.
A small-game bowhunter should consider using a few different types of arrowheads, steering clear of broadhead and field points.
Image courtesy Traditional Archery Society.
Rabbit-hunting skills can be used on any small game, including squirrels and beyond. As an added benefit, learning to hunt rabbits also extends your bowhunting season to many more months — not to mention, very few people do it, so your friends will be really impressed!