The Daunting Task of Choosing the Right Arrows

There is an overwhelming variety of arrows out on the market today.  But what’s best for you and your set up?  Do you want more speed or more stability? What’s the proper arrow spine? 3 or 4 arrow fletching?  All these questions, and each answer can change everything.  We are going to specifically look at […]

Bowhunting: Tagging Out for the First Time

Without learning from failure, success isn’t nearly as rewarding. Last Year: 2016 Rewind to September 2016.  First year bow hunter, confident, plenty of arrows down range; I was “ready”.  In BC we have the privilege of an all September archery season for mule deer.  I have spent a decent amount of time collecting permission over […]

3 Keys to a Successful First 3D Tournament of the Season

1. Winter Shooting The way and the frequency you shoot over the winter will largely determine the success you’ll have at that first indoor tournament of the season. My advice is to find out if you have a local archery club and join it. ┬áHaving a good indoor shooting facility (of at least 20 yards) […]