Posted 05 March 2014 - 03:18 PM
This is truly a sad thing here in Nova Scotia, we have sincerely lost one of the great ones. Bruce was one of those guys that you just could not be around enough, Whether it was to just drop in for a quick cup off coffee with him and Joyce at their trailer that they parked at Scotia Bowman for many years or to talk about a big buck that you saw cross down on the Maybe Loop in Chignecto. Bruce was one of the most knowledgable archers in the sport, he could study your form and suggest corrections that would always make a difference. He was a true asset to the movement of competitive archery in Nova Scotia and an awesome example of a true bowhunter. Anyone that knew Bruce, knew that Fred Bear was right up there with the almighty himself on Bruce's list and is no doubt up there swapping a few story's with him as we speak! RIP Bruce.
HUNT HARD, SHOOT STRAIGHT, KILL QUICK AND APPOLOGIZE TO NOBODY!
"I think that birds were made to shoot and some of us were made to shoot them and if that is not so well, never say we did not tell you that we liked it."--Ernest Hemingway, 193