I have really grown to love stump shooting. It gives me an excellent opportunity to brush up on all kinds of skills in the woods and adds a level of novelty when compared to plain old target practice. If you haven't tried it yet, you should! If you have, please share a pic and/ or stories of your trophies! I know it sounds cheesy, but I find myself getting more and more excited about sneaking up on a stump and putting an arrow right where I intended. Here are a few trophies from a recent trip to northern Michigan. I used a #50 Bear kodiak magnum with Zwickey judo points and some old aluminum arrows along with new Easton game getter carbons. This was an uphill shot that is hard to replicate any where but in the woods. I stalked this beast for a couple hundred yards. Yeah, I know, silly right? I figure if I can practice moving quietly and shooting with all of my gear then I will be much more realistically prepared for the fall. This little guy survived, my arrow was deflected by a twig. Oh well, another lesson learned.