Try These Tips Before Hunting for Your Next Whitetail
Bow hunting is a challenging sport and takes a lot of practice and preparation. If you set out on the hunt without sighting your bow beforehand and spending several hours practicing your shots, you’re likely to have a disappointing hunt. As with just about everything in life, with bow hunting it pays to be prepared.
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Here are a few things you need to do before setting out on your hunt:
- Use your rangefinder to sight in your bow.
- Learn how to accurately pace off your yardage.
- Set your first pin at 20 yards.
- Figure out your maximum limit for your first sight pin.
- Sight in your second pin at 30 yards.
- Practice at “odd” distances between pins.
- Don’t forget to practice at close distances (5, 6, 7 yards.)
- Practice the shots you know you might take.
Check out the video below to learn more about these bow hunting tips.
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