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Bowhunting Gear & Tuning Tips from the Pros

Rather than just cutting the back end off of your arrow shafts, professional archer Kenny Lantz recommends trimming equal lengths off the front and back of the shafts. (Lancaster Archery photo)
Rather than just cutting the back end off of your arrow shafts, professional archer Kenny Lantz recommends trimming equal lengths off the front and back of the shafts. (Lancaster Archery photo)

Proven advice to boost accuracy and avoid bowhunting disaster

Knowledge is power. That phrase originated with Sir Francis Bacon back in 1597, and it’s still used regularly today. Why? Because it’s the truth!

As a bowhunter, you should thirst for knowledge, and not just about the animals you pursue. Having sound knowledge of your equipment – being able to maximize accuracy and prevent disasters in the field – is critical. After all, the last thing you want is for your dream hunt to become a nightmare.

I recently spoke with five top archers and bowhunters to get their tips on how they prepare their gear for bowhunting adventures and what they do when unexpected problems arise. These are archers who have perfected their craft, both in the woods and on the competition trail. They have hunted and competed across the globe and seen Murphy’s Law in action countless times. These are solid tips from five gear gurus you can trust. Heed their advice, and that hunt of a lifetime will be less likely to end in disappointment.

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