To Beat Buck Fever, Aim Small

To Beat Buck Fever, Aim Small
The practice of choosing a small spot to aim at on a 3-D target helps fight off the curse of buck fever when it really counts. (Photo courtesy of Lynn Burkhead)

Follow this very simple tip to vaccinate yourself against a very serious bowhunter disease

Ronnie Parsons is one of the best bowhunters around.


The thing is, few people outside the state of Texas – or those who pay attention to the Pope & Young Club record book listings – are familiar with the 70-year old bowhunter from the Lubbock area.

But they should be since earlier this fall, Parsons, who began bowhunting whitetails back in the early 1980s, arrowed his 43rd Pope & Young-class buck.

According to West Texas outdoor writer Brandon Ray, Parsons took the buck, a solid 140-class 12-point last month on his lease near San Angelo.


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