It's essential you make sure your broadheads are flying with field point accuracy before the season starts. This week, we will confirm it, and fix any tuning issues that are getting in the way of perfect broadhead flight.Read More
Week 8: Choose the Right Broadhead
It's critical to fill your quiver with the correct cutting diameter and style of broadhead for the type of bow you shoot and the game you are after before the season starts.
New 2-Blade Mechanical Broadheads
We know hunters appreciate the quality of an American-made broadhead. Now hunters can finally find this quality and confidence in a reliable 2-blade mechanical broadhead from Wasp Archery.
Week 7: Sight-In with Field Points
Take a few nights this week to sight in each pin on your sight and fix any tuning issues that may arise.
Week 6: Check your Form
Good archery form is the foundation of making clean, ethical bowhunting shots. But every now and then, bad habits creep into our shooting form. Take a look at your form and fix it this offseason.
Week 5: Float the Pin
In our effort to shoot tighter arrow groups, we strive to hold the on the target as tight as possibly. This week, loosen up a bit, float the pin slightly around the target and watch what happens to your groups. Then make it a habit.
Week 4: Shoot Close
Bowhunters who rush to sight in their bows on Day One often develop target panic and end up with stories of misses and poor shots during the season. Do this instead.