How to Increase Your Effective Bowhunting Range
June 09, 2015
June is the official get-serious-about-target-practice month for an awful lot of bowhunters. While it's better to shoot year-round, if you're only starting to fling a few arrows now, there is time to get good. Really good.
In fact, if you plan out your practice sessions now you should be able to increase your effective shooting range by the time deer season opens. Now, everyone can understand why increasing effective range is a good thing, and we've seen plenty of ink on the topic.
What is often left out of the equation is the how to it all.
Becoming a highly proficient shot at yardages that previously left you with poor groups is not easy, but it is possible. And while it may not all happen in the next three months, it might.
Either way, if you start to adopt the mindset that you're going to become a better shot at farther distances, you'll start building that foundation. Eventually, you'll be much more confident and capable at all distances, not just those that tape-out farther than anything you've been good at in the past.
Following are some tips on how to make it happen.