A few threads down, I asked about illuminated arrow knocks that trace arrow flight, location, etc. While researching this on the web, I came accross a product that i thought went away a long time ago; It's an electronic arrow tracking device that goes by the brand name of "TRACKMASTER". Appareently, you slide a small transmitter inside your arrow (65 grains) and it transmits a radio signal to a hand-held reciever that can be traced up to 1000 feet away (depending on conditions, terrain, etc). The unit sells for $300 and additional transmitters are $75. Yeah yeah I know..there's no substitute for a well placed shot, but sometime the deer just doesn't cooperate or somebody makes a bad shot..a whole number of things can go wrong--and often do! So, who has ever purchased one of these devices and/or seen it work in the field? Good? Bad? (shhhhh...let you in on a little secret..I love to buy this kind of stuff because it doesn't cost me a penny. I simply make it a "camp thing" that everybody can utilize at my place, and then simply add the cost to their annual dues that I charge everybody. kinda kool eh?) Wanna kill these ads? We can help!