What are you hunting>? Really the highest poundage you can stand to pull back in your case. 45 pounds in most states is the minimum I believe. Try to work out with some weights if your having trouble at 50lbs. A couple of weeks with some small dumbells and push ups will really make a difference.
Hi think i might have posted earlier to wrong place. Ill post here. Im a bowhunter in alberta canada. My solocam is 60 pounds max and i choose that weight so im only holding around 27 pounds at full draw. In alberta the min pound for bows is 40 pounds and thats enough to cut into a moose. Hope this helps
i shoot expandables now and i have taken down a deer.
I thought you were saying that you were lowering the poundage on your bow which would lead me to think that you didn't know that expandables and low poundage bows are not good matches. They are not the best combo, but more power to ya.
The first deer I shot, way back in 1958, was taken to the local meat shop and processed into steaks, roasts and some burger. Back then in that little Idaho town, when you took a deer into the butcher, you got the same deer back. Unfortunately, times have changed. The last time I took an animal to a butcher, in the mid 60's, I don't have a clue who's meat I got back, but I sure don't think it was mine. I ended up throwing the burger as it stunk the house up every time we...