Where do we draw the line on ethics?

Discussion in 'Bowhunting Talk' started by Shane0709, Dec 4, 2016.

  1. ruck139

    ruck139 Weekend Warrior

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    Having never tried light up nocks maybe I misspoke on them, but I have no problem seeing my arrow in flight. Two white, and one fluorescent yellow fletch, especially if under white wraps, does the trick for me.
     
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    tkaldahl2000 Weekend Warrior

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    Lighted nocks are not going to allow you to shoot better later. Here in Montana they are not legal, but I wish they were. It could really help in recovery. I can see why they say no sight lights, but their sunrise calendar runs about 15 minutes later than my weather app, so I can usually see my pins clearly for about 20 minutes before legal shooting light. In a blind is where not having it would limit the hunter.
     

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