Hunting for raccoons after dark just got up close and in your face.
Here’s how an archery hunter gets some insanely close shooting done.
Bowhunting for raccoons has never been so intense.
Hunting with red or infrared light is a tried and true method for taking racoons after the sun goes down. Getting as close to your quarry as this guy does is one thing, shooting them with a bow is another.
Having success bowhunting is directly related to the time spent practicing the craft. Even up close, archery hunting can be demanding when it comes to getting the pin on your target. Lumenok arrows don’t hurt either.
Make sure to check your local game regulations to determine your seasons, bag limits, and whether or not you can hunt after dark. In some instances, you may have to report your harvest as well.