Saturday, October 15, 2011
Tuesday, October 11, 2011
#1 "Like new" Hoyt Elan Mossy Oak factory camo 25" $325
#2 "Very Good" Hoyt Aero Tec flames fade to black 25" $325
#3 "Good" Hoyt Avalon Gold ano 25" $325
#4 "Good" Sky Conquest Gold ano 24" $325
price includes shipping conus (buyer pays insurance option) open to best offers.
These risers have been my favorite bows but I'm paring down. If you have any interest in ILF (Int'l limb fitting) type bows this is a great place to be, like the titan and das these are great risers. The 24" and 25" risers give you a smoother draw, less stack and a more forgiving shot.
Wednesday, March 24, 2010
santacruzdental.net is finally up and running. Please visit it if you have a chance. I'm planning on updating the blog regularly with Archery and Dental content. You can access the site from larryyien.com too! See you there.
Friday, December 11, 2009
It is quite remarkable that an arrow can collide into another arrow and run down the shaft. If telescoped arrow is in the bullseye it is commonly called a "Robin Hood". If you get a witness and send in a form the NFAA will document your Robin Hood.
I took a picture and then brought the arrow to my shop to pull it apart and see if I could salvage the shot out arrow. This time I wasn't so lucky and the Gold Tip shaft was not salvageable for my draw length. Oh well, I am in the process of ordering another dozen.
Wednesday, October 14, 2009
Dust to dust. We hunted a burn area this year, and it wasn't just any burn. The fire here got so hot it burned the seeds and it's taken this forest some time to get going. Which makes for more browse and open space. Big mule deer graced this area at one time, but we saw more black bear on our daily jaunts.
Both my buddy and I missed a bear, I shot high and he shot low. Second prize may have been a first after reflecting, we both got really close and personal to some black bears and we all lived for another glorious day!
To any camo geeks out there, please note the digital camo "optifade" on the backpack and the hat.
Tuesday, October 6, 2009
Hunting in the high country of the Sierra Nevada is crisp, invigorating, and challenging. Animals abound and hunting with a longbow gives countless tales to tell.
Mountain quail make for small game and the challenge to gather and hunt.