Here Are Some Great Tips !
I always say practice , practice practice that is the name of the game. My grandchildren hate that word but its true. If you want to be good at something you have to practice.
To achieve accuracy you have to know your bow and your arrows and the only way to do that is to get out there and use it. Some of the arrows will be better then others and you can find that out with practice.
Here are some good pre-season tips .
Check them out…
BOWHUNTING: Pre-Season Practice Tips
You can’t just grab a bow and go. You’ve got to practice. On average, it takes a bowhunter two or three months of shooting before elk season to reach peak accuracy potential. The time to start your serious target practice is now.
Practice should begin with the basics. You must either learn these or brush up on what you already know.
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