The first day of bowhunting found me sitting in a blind about 1 or 2 mile from Imbasa lodge in South Africa.
My PH Evert and I sat in the blind from about 10am to some time before dusk. Around 5 pm game started to trickle in as it had been a very hot day. A herd of Kudu came to water. I knocked an arrow and waited.
Soon a nice bull showed up, he turned broadside, I drew, anchored, and loosed an arrow into the center of the kill zone. Evert watched him retreat and after a minute or two said, "He's down". As we approached the downed bull I could see he was a magnificent trophy. He had traveled maybe 150-200 yds. Evert turned to me smiled and shook my hand.
The Bear TD Bow had done its job flawlessly.