If you are reading this, then chances are that you are a bowhunter, but not just any type of bowhunter. The simple fact that you are online, reading a blog about bowhunting, indicates that you are passionate about hunting and archery. You likely aren’t the guy that dusts off his bow a week before the season and starts haphazardly flinging some arrows.
You are different – you research, you learn, you prepare, and you dream about bowhunting nearly each day that passes, whether if the season is open or not. You want to understand your equipment and what it really takes to get great flight from your bow and arrow setup.
You are a lot like me.
I am far from an expert, but I have learned a lot about archery and bowhunting in the last several years. One of the resources that has helped me understand my bow and arrow setup more than anything is Easton’s Arrow Tuning & Maintenance Guide (PDF). This guide covers everything from basic bow setup to paper tuning, broadhead tuning, proper arrow assembly, and more.
Fall may feel far away, but many archery seasons begin in just about 100 days. Now is the time to get the bow out and really dial in your hunting setup. This guide can certainly help you do just that!