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Breast Cancer Awareness Ohio Whitetail Bow Kill 2014

January 4, 2016
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It may be the doe only early muzzleloader season in Ohio, but Luke Fabian is still headed to the woods with his Mathews Creed in hand. Watch and see if he can seal the deal on a big ol’ doe in the month of October.// As bowhunters, we can help fight breast cancer too. Join me to promote Breast Cancer Awareness and shoot pink in the month of October. You can do your part and donate athttp://www.nationalbreastcancer.org. #ShootOutBreastCancer For all you bowhunting junkies, here’s the link to my brand new bowhunting blog: http://www.twentyfeetclosertogod.blogspot.com

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Luke Fabian

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My Bio

I am a 25 year old from Cambridge, Ohio, a Muskingum University graduate, and the Education Coordinator for the Deerassic Park Education Center. I've been a bowhunting filmmaker and writer for the past 9 years. I've trekked across North America pursuing all sorts of big game with my bow. I host "Stick & String TV" on The Hunting Channel & I have my own series of hunting films on YouTube. You can also watch my whitetail hunts on Mathews Dominant Bucks TV. I'm chasing down my dream to one day be able to educate and entertain my fellow bowhunters at a national level. As a filmmaker and writer of the outdoors, my job is to bring my fans the best quality footage and top notch information of the outdoors. Not only I am trying to pursue big game with my bow which is a hard enough task in itself, but I'm also trying to lay down top quality footage at the same time. I want to bring you a story of the hunt. My videos and articles are not only for you, but for me as well. So we can both learn, but hopefully also be entertained at the same time. It's never been about being some big name in hunting. I just do it because it's what I love to do. It's my passion. I love to relive that adrenaline rush I get from bowhunting, and sharing that feeling with others. Filming and writing gives me that opportunity. Any way I can help my fellow bow hunters I'm going to try and incorporate that in my work.  So I hope y'all enjoy.