Stump Shooting and Yukon Roving
Select random objects, such as dead stumps or clumps of dirt, for practice shots. To gauge the yardage, pace off the distance to each target.
With a group of hunting companions, place 3-D animal targets in a variety of locations in a hunting area. Each person takes one shot at each target—you and your friends take turns selecting the location and distance. You score five points for a hit in the vital area and lose 15 points for a hit anywhere else on the animal. There is no penalty if a shot misses or is not taken. Long shots and shots through heavy brush or vegetation should not be taken because you are trying to simulate responsible bowhunting scenarios.