I'd go to a bow shop that carries a lot of different brands, test out as many as you can in your price range and buy the one that feels right. I have a Diamond that I bought back in 2008, it cost me about $700 fully rigged and out the door and its still working for me. You could spend less than that and still get a bow that is fully capable of handling any type of hunting. The key is to find the right bow for you and that isn't going to be the same for everybody.
Edited by rattler03 (10/30/15 12:22 PM)
Walk the night, travel light, cross the Rio Grande
Someone strums a mandolin, soft gulf breezes blow
My new life is waiting in old Mexico
-Robert Earl Keen