Welcome to Episode 029 of the Bowhunting Montana Podcast! This episode starts off with the introduction of a new co-host Mark Schwomeyer. Mark begrudgingly agreed to help us out and co-host when possible and we couldn’t be happier! Tim Roberts, the President of the TBM also joined us and the four of us discussed the upcoming (and now existing) crossbow bill in the 2021 Montana Legislative Session. We discuss the various aspects of the bill and address each of the problems with it. This episode should be fairly educational and covers a lot of the reasons why crossbows should not be allowed in Montana’s archery season. #bowhuntmt
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Paul Kemper (@paul_kemper)
Dane Rider (@dane.rider)
Mark Schwomeyer (@mrschwomeyer)
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