Rut or no rut , I know they move when its 90 degrees during daylight .
I use the Easton Legacy 1916 with four of my bows ranging from 42- 44 lbs. They all tune well with 135 grn. heads. Other bow I use Platinum Plus...
I'm about like you ,back in the 80's ,. I wasted more time hunting fields edges than any other setting.
I'm about like Gri22ly ,really doesn't matter, ME or speed don't kill deer, hemorrhage does. If an arrow has the potential of a pass thru, good...
I'm more concerned with shot angle, I like fifteen feet. Works for me provided wind/thermals are favorable, If they aren't , I'm hunting elsewhere .
Back in the day, one pin , 0 to 30 yards, knew where to hold. Over 30 , pass. Today, no sights (stickbows) anything 0 to 20-25 .
Whenever it' s 40 degrees or less that day and night.
I shoot recurves and longbows. A tuned arrow ( bareshaft grouped with fletched) will be your best performing arrow , period. No matter how...
I've always been one who is trying to see how close I can get to a shot rather than how far away I can shoot.
About like Copperhead, been hunting for 50 plus years, never have set a goal.
A non issue for me but it sure turns off women!
I'll stand behind the two fixes , I've done both. I'm not selling anything but common sense.
Ya think?...Perhaps I spend more time in the woods and much less time in front of a keyboard:busted: :)
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