6 Unconventional Trophies Worth Hunting After the Season

6 Unconventional Trophies Worth Hunting After the Season

I don't much like February aside from shed hunting and small game hunting. March is worse. If there is a throwaway month for most bowhunters, it's March. Big game seasons are a distant memory, and the promise of spring turkeys, while close, still seems to take forever to actually get here.

However, not all is lost this time of year. There are some critters worthy of busting out the bows for. As mentioned, small game can be had, and provided you've got a bow and a few judo or small-game points for your arrows, you're set. Larger critters are available as well, though most pale in popularity compared to deer, antelope and elk. That doesn't mean they aren't fun or challenging to hunt. If cabin fever has got you down and you're sick of punching paper and foam in the basement or at the local range, consider getting out and hunting a few unconventional trophies.

Following are six options for the bowhunter willing to re-think his or her idea of a good bowhunting time.

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