It’s important to practice different scenarios you’ll experience during hunting season as part of your archery practice routine. Preparing yourself for the hunt will allow you to set up quickly when the game you’re hunting comes into view.
In this video, The Hunting Public shares tips on how to make the most of your practice sessions and what to think about before opening day. They suggest practicing awkward angles, from a kneeling position, from an elevated position, with your quivers on and off, and with any new equipment. Practicing from an elevated position is particularly important because you need to know how to adjust the distance between you and the game according to your angle.
Practicing different angles and potential hunting scenarios will help you go into hunting season with a game plan. Make sure to take your bow into the archery shop to get it tuned before opening day so you can go to your favorite spot with everything you need to succeed.