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Dick Ellis Blog:
11/7/2017
If the deer season is the flagship of all hunting sports in Wisconsin, eagerly anticipated annually by 600,000 hunters, and it is, then the precious days of the October/November rut are without doubt the gem within the gem.  These too fleeting days of whitetail mating activity when even the biggest bucks become vulnerable to archers and gun hunters  mean no doubt that more tags are filled and stories of missed bucks told than at any oth...
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Archery FAQs / Tips

This is the area within the Archery/Bow Hunting Section that we will ask our viewers for questions concerning archery.  Your questions can be anything related to our sport.  It can be equipment, form, or hunting related.  Please send your questions to: fred@westtownarchery.com

Q: How can I get my broad heads to hit the same spot as my field points?

A:   Having problems getting your broad heads to fly with your field points?  Want to practice with your field points and then, using the same arrows, take off the field points, and screw on your broad heads and get acceptable flight at distances within your comfort range. It can happen with a little work! First thing to consider is proper spine selection. Spine is important to getting quick and consistent arrow recovery out of your bow.  You would like all of your arrows reacting ... - More