It Doesn’t Have to Cost a Lot to Bowhunt
Times are tough. The current political climate indicates it could get tougher. The well-heeled will remain privy to flagship bows, pricey arrows and broadheads and accessories priced in the triple digits. Working stiffs like us have to shop more carefully, but that doesn’t mean we have to go afield with subpar equipment. The blue-collar bowhunter can easily assemble a killer bowhunting outfit for nearly half the price of top-tier outfits, freeing cash for things like hunting tags and deer leases — or mortgage or tires for the family Sedan. Luckily, spending less doesn’t make you any less effective as a bowhunter. Sure, your bow may shoot a few fps slower, but speed doesn’t kill — well-placed arrows do.
There are a myriad of options in today’s archery marketplace, so come along as we investigate some options to save you money in the coming season.