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Uploaded on 8 May, 2014

Take a look inside the life of Nick White and learn what moves and motivates this extraordinary bowhunter. 
Videography / editing by Matt White and Dustin Lutt @ RockHouse Motion.

Length : 5:06

Category: Documentary Films & Movies, Featured, Hunting, Partners, RockHouse Motion, Short Films, and Staff Picks.

Tags: archery, bowhunter, hunting, outdoors, rockhouse motion, story, the challenge, and traditional.

8 Comments → “THE CHALLENGE”

  1. Tim

    1 year ago

    Wow guys, I related to this so much. Such inspiration and great filming! This is why I bowhunt!

  2. Russ Landers

    1 year ago

    Great work again!, best of the best always from Rockhouse and Sitka, combine the two and you get something very special.

  3. Hunt4LifeOz

    1 year ago

    well done!!

  4. Ken McBroom

    1 year ago

    Great video. It brings back memories of old. It made me glance across my man cave at the old Browning Nomad I started with leaned against the wall next to the best whitetail I ever arrowed just a week or so ago. I mounted this deer and it was my first attempt. It made me feel the hunt even longer and thankfully, so far it looks OK. I have thought about returning to the recurve but have not. Yet. I missed a small buck one morning 31 years ago. It spotted me sneaking into its bedding area and we stared each other down for a very long time. I finally won the battle and an arrow was released. The Bear Broadhead grazed the bucks back hairs and buried into a cedar tree. That is the most memorable hunt of my life and I have to think it had something to do with that recurve and cedar arrows. Thanks for the memories. Ken

  5. Ben

    1 year ago

    I want to be a better bowhunter everytime I see this!

  6. Tom H

    10 months ago

    well done!

  7. Phill Stugersiv

    3 weeks ago

    Inspire me more?! I think not now lol. This was really really good, thank you

  8. randy benzon

    2 days ago

    Awesome!! i relate to this so much, for my uncle had got me into bowhunting and to this day im still love it.

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