Not really - it's just that Kansas being completely flat that we have to take some really long shots. So long that it is often day when we let loose the arrow and night by the time it gets to the animal so the illuminated nocks come in handy
I was shootin arrows one day in the backyard of my grandparents house at my block. It was like my 10th time shooting a bow, and of course my first arrow went astray. I searched for about 15 minutes and never found it. This was at the beginning of january, and my grandfather called me this week to tell me he finally found my arrow!
There are times when the deer are simply not moving and you're forced to make something happen. Maybe you're up against a full moon or hot weather. This is when a silent drive to force deer to move should be considered.
By silent drive, you're not yelling and making a commotion to scare the deer. When deer are panicked, they're liable to bust out of the cover on a dead run, and any shot you get will be tough to make.
A silent drive is different. It means playing the wind to carry the driver's...