The past few weeks were very cold. So we thought now was a good time to discuss a specific type of injury that can occur when exposed to freezing temperatures. Cold injury runs the gamut from inconvenient to life threatening.
Before collapsing into bed that night, Dr. Jimmy Steger who was there bowhunting and filming for his TV show (TeamMTW) on the Pursuit channel, showed me some video he had taken that same day at a long distance of a magnificent main frame eight point and I knew right there that was the buck for me. He was wide, heavy, tall and long, a perfect specimen and not far from where Andrew had killed his buck so I dreamt of him all night.
We, Dr. Paul Plante of the Hunt Doctors and my 13 year old son Andrew left Blythewood, S.C. around 6:30 am. We were highway bound for Bear Creek Lodge owned by Kentucky Antler Company and some serious whitetail hunting. We basically drove north all the way up I-77 thru North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia and into Kentucky before heading west on I-64 to reach our destination of Dash, Kentucky for a total of seven hours. What a nice, pleasant, easy and scenic drive through all the mountains.
I want to start off this review by stating that I am in no way affiliated with any of these lighted nock companies. All nocks were purchased either directly from the manufacturer or from a retail location at full retail price. The purpose of this review was to perform a head-to-head comparison of three different lighted nock companies by shooting each nock 100 times each unless one of the nocks failed before the 100th shot was complete.