Time for walkout to target 8 first of the day, which funnily enough was right beside the entrance to the car park! Just like South Hams first shoot last year again another hard and challenging course was set up. Mixture of uphill and downhill shots through tight tree lines and tricky testing short targets that left you thinking just how long was it? The best of the day were a standing Black Bear downhill, line of sight looking at a very small opening with over hanging branches. The other being a Crocodile lying on the edge of the stream which flowed through the woods, this one I missed with my first arrow but made sure with my second. A cleverly laid out course that made you visit the Tea Tent three times during the day, must say the Burgers and Cakes were very nice!
Guest what finished the day on the Window Target which was a small Kestrel I think perched in a window frame hung on a branch. Finished on a first arrow kill with a finishing score of 682. Decided to put all our gear back in our cars before making our way back to the Tea Tent. I must say this shoot is becoming one of my favorites as I again came first in the Crossbow section, very much worth the long journey and would be great if more went to shoot there.