It’s never too late for some archery practice, and the Minnesota Rackstars are here with some tips to help you improve this season.
In many places, bowhunting season is already upon us, but it’s never too late for some archery practice. In fact, many people miss deer late in the season because they simply stop practicing once the season starts. We know you want to spend as much time hunting as possible, but do you really want to be forced to take a shot on a potential Pope & Young deer after having not taken a single shot since the beginning of the season?
Probably not. Take a look below as the guys from Minnesota Rackstars give us a couple of great archery practice tips.
It’s amazing how something so simple can make your life so much easier. Almost everyone can find a haybale to use as a backstop for your target; even for close range shooting, it’s not a bad idea to have one.
Anyone who’s ever fired a bow has also probably spent a decent amount of time pacing the ground, searching for a lost arrow. If you can take one simple step to help keep that from happening, why not do it?