3 Common Tree Stand Bow Shooting Mistakes | Cabela's Deer Nation
Cabela’s Ambassador Bill Winke talks about the three most common mistakes when bowhunting from a treestand:
1. Lowering your bow arm without bending at the waist when making a downward shot.
2. You should bend over the side of your hip rather than bending forward.
3. Not using a rangefinder that hasn’t been angle-adjusted. You need to figure out the true horizontal distance from your stand to your target.
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