The string tightly rolled into my first finger bend, my shooting glove quickly compressed against the string serving, and the buck moved into my shooting lane. With a slow, methodical, fluid motion, the arrow was on its way.
In the fraction of a second, it seems a million things need to flawlessly take place to connect and make a successful shot. It’s not something that just happens. Hours and hours of practicing my bow, focusing my shots, and mentally preparing for the opportunity created the success!