Find New Roads This Archery Hunting Season in Montana [Sponsored]
No matter where you’re from, if you’re in the great state of Montana right now, you know it’s archery season. You can’t drive through any town without seeing a bow hanging up in the back windshield of most trucks that pass by.
Montana has some of the best elk and deer hunting in all of North America, making archery season a popular sport around here. If you have the patience, a steady hand, and a little luck, you can get your hunting done early, maybe even before the snow flies.
It could be argued that archery hunters are more hardcore hunters than rifle hunters are. Not only do they get a few extra weeks of hunting that rifle hunters miss out on, but they also have to get much closer to their prey. Not to mention that they have to be a pretty crack shot to make their arrows go exactly where they want them to.
Archery hunters will tell you the sound of a bugling bull elk is intoxicating. Being mere feet from a live elk gets the adrenaline pumping. Drawing back your bow, trying to keep a steady hand and trying not to even breath so the elk doesn’t spot, you makes this sport extremely challenging.
Archery hunting is definitely not for the faint of heart, which is why it’s so big in Montana. Montana’s terrain is rugged, and so are the men and women who traverse it to fulfill their big game dreams.
Find New Roads Contest
While you’re out bow hunting, snap a few pictures and enter the Find New Roads contest. You could win the grand prize, which is worth $2,500 and includes outdoor gear from Bob Ward’s, and a weekend getaway at the Lemhi River with world-class fishing on a private estate.
All you have to do to enter to win the grand prize is snap a photo while you’re out on your adventures this summer and submit it to Karl Tyler Chevrolet and Bob Ward & Sons’ Find New Roads contest. Submit your photo with the form below! The deadline is 11:59 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 22.
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If you’re having trouble with the upload tool, you may also submit your entry by emailing JordanDawson@townsquaremedia.com. To be considered for a prize, emailed entries must include all of the same information from the fields above.