The Hunting Public Bowhunting Practice Tips

Aaron Warbritton from The Hunting Public team explains some extremely useful bowhunting practice tips.

Tip 1 – Only Shoot One Arrow into your target. If everything is sound then move on.
Tip 2 – Shoot Only Your Broadheads
Tip 3 – Practice for Your Hunting Situation
Tip 4 – Shoot with both eyes open for those random quick opportunities

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Paul Shumate - October 1, 2018

Best show out there!!

Jerrod - October 1, 2018

What sight are you using on your bow Aaron?

Randy Matson - October 3, 2018

Why don't you use a D-loop?

Jason Collins - October 3, 2018

Do you guys use grunt calls/rattle bags/doe calls? I have seen you use calls religiously with Turkey but not for deer.

Tod Lew - October 3, 2018

That's the way I do it.👍

Jeremy Maes - October 3, 2018

Aaron, what is your reason for not using a D loop? What are you using instead? Just curious, I have been thinking about switching myself.

Wayne Jester - October 3, 2018

Awesome job guys, good luck with the new sponsor!

dkxpn0 - October 3, 2018

Just realized you are shooting off the string using eliminator button. You just moved up a notch in my book! You are now at notch one. 🙂

MTpockets Woodenickle - October 5, 2018

I've been archery whitetail hunting since 1972. My practice sessions have never deviated. Every shot, is a four step process, each one complimentary to the next. Draw. Anchor. Aim. Release. Your goal, is to be seamless and precise. You'll have reached that point, when you can draw with both eyes closed and your Anchor, and your Aim/pin, are dead on when you open your eyes/eye. Situational practice comes second, only after perfecting each of the four step processes of the shot. My tip; always maintain your Anchor, bend at the waist, never with your shoulders!

tom - October 7, 2018

please dont get into shooting tips, thats what i couldnt stand about midwest whitetail. couldnt stand bill winke telling us how to properly shoot a bow when he takes bad angles and wounds many deer. just feel its better not to try to teach it on the internet. sorry to be harsh but just my opinion, otherwise i absolutely love this channel.

turkeyslayer1410 - February 20, 2019

I just got a new sight from trophy ridge I can’t wait to take it hunting

Aerial Photo and Video By Wright - March 20, 2019

On there are a few challenges that is pretty fun. The first shot challenge. when somebody starts it up again they pick a target to print out on a 8.5×11 sheet of paper. Then they pick a distance, then we print it out put it on your usual target and you get one shot to get as close as you can to the center. Then the winner gets to pick the target and distance for the next week.

Dontrelle Denetso - July 2, 2019

What kind of bow were u shooting?


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