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Broadhead #6750551 04/30/17 10:30 PM
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What is your go-to broadhead for turkey hunting?

Re: Broadhead [Re: PeteTCB] #6777087 05/28/17 04:33 PM
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Turkeys are tough critters to hunt no doubt. Superior eyesight and downright stubbornness at times, are a nightmare combination for a hunter to combat. Adding a bow into the picture is a different ballgame entirely. Shotguns are easy…to a point, but trying to slide a draw past the keen eyes of a turkey at 10 yards is a near impossible task. For those advanced hunters seeking a more challenging hunt, bows are the way to go! Turkeys are notoriously hard to kill and you’ve just made it harder. A list of many things could go wrong when turkey hunting with a bow. Your call might not sound right, your decoy could have scared him off, and he might have seen you draw, and all this is not yet even considering if you will be presented with the ideal shot. With all this to ponder, the last thing you need to worry about is if your broadheads will do the job when you hit your mark. Going into the field confident that you have the best broadheads for turkeys will insure a successful season.


With the multiplicity of the options for the best compound bows, many may end up deciding in haste. Nonetheless, at all times, you have to decide beyond price.
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