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Need help with arrows. Longer draw length #archery

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Just picked up a PSE Phenom XT about a month ago and I’m looking to get more arrows. Currently I’m only target shooting but eventually building up to hunting deer/turkey. I’m looking to get more arrows but not sure what to get. I’m shooting 70# at 31.5” (yes I’m tall) draw so I’m not sure what arrows to use with that setup. The arrows I’m using now are cut at 31”. I was looking at the draw length/arrow length/# chart for some arrows but none of them fit by setup.

I appreciate any help.


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Need Some Expert Map Readers #archery

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Help me scout this new plot I am looking to hunt this year.

I am going to go put some boots on the ground and do some old fashioned scouting but I am trying to improve my map scouting skills, can you guys assist me on pointing out where some good spots may be for this property? Some of the map is of property I cannot hunt but I wanted to include the "big picture" Name:  Potential Land Topo.PNG
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Need Advice Setting up Youth Carbon Defiant #archery

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My 12 year old daughter has become quite competitive at indoor and outdoor target archery so we bought her a Carbon Defiant 34, most other target bows were too heavy or missing features we desired. My question though is with all the accessories. Can’t afford to buy a 2nd bow for her so I’m curious how we can set this bow up for target, 3d and some hunting. I don’t shoot target personally but I keep reading about lizard tongue rests, sights scopes or magnifiers and peeps with verifiers. Not to mention stabs that are a mile long, haha. So am I going down wrong road trying to use bow for all the above? Or are there some really solid rests and sights that can be used for all. Hopefully someone can help me understand what type of rests, sights, peeps are used in target and if any can be used across the board.. We are trying to make sure she is setup good as possible.

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Need help getting my Mathews HTR in spec #archery

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I put some new 60x strings on my htr and I couldn’t line up the timing mark with the cables. Also the draw length is half and inch long (27 inch mod draws at 27.5). Peak weight is at 71 lb and holding weight is 21 lb (75% let off mod). ATA is 32 ⅛, brace height is 6 ⅝ to 6 ¾.

I brought the bow to a pro shop couple weeks ago. A week and $ 85 later the bow came back pretty much the same and they told me the string is too long.

I can’t take any more twist out of the cables and can’t put anymore twist into the string. What do I do?

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Purchased some new hunting property, Need help on where to scout first? #archery

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All,
I purchased a house with some property(120 acres). I know I can get out there and hoof it all over the property and look for sign, which I will do eventually but I figured what the heck some of you might be better at this than me so here is a topo map of the property and a satellite view. Where would you scout first? In the satellite view I have colored some blue areas. On the lower left side you have a stream (shallow maybe a few inches deep and only a couple feet wide) which runs North/south (the pictures are orientated with North being the top). That stream actually runs into a small pond maybe 10ft in diameter and 6 feet deep. The area that has blue speckles on the left side represents more of a swamp and im betting deer definitely hide in there. Near the top of the map you will see another speckled area which again this is another swampy area. This area is also drastically up a steep hill as you can tell by the attached topo map. I don’t think the deer travel up that hill too much judging from my preliminary scouting but I could be wrong. I was only in there one time and didn’t see much sign but really didn’t look much. If you want to screen shot my pictures and mark places of interest feel free! Thanks!House Topo Map.jpgShowing Water features.jpg
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Need a new bow press #archery

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I just picked up my new Bowtech boss today and found out that it doesn’t work so well in my OLD Apple Bow press. So I was looking at the EZ Green, and the EZ Press. Other than the color and a large wheel I don’t see a difference between the two. Does anyone have any input or comment on these presses?

Also, do these presses have the ability to extend out enough to relief all the pressure in the limbs. Like if I wanted to swap limbs out or take the bow all the way down and clean it good?


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Need some help from a limb guru #archery

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As some of you may know, i’m in the process of fitting a Carbon Spyder turbo zt to fit me. I needed to know if first, XT1000 pro series limbs will work on the bow and second what the lbs would with 88 deflection on a size two cam. I’ve emailed Hoyt multiple times but to no avail. Please if someone could help me out, i’d be much obliged.


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Need Advice-Bow shop screwed up my BRAND NEW Hoyt

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I took my new Hoyt Defiant 34 over to a bow shop today here in Texas to have vapor trail strings and cables put on and rest put on an paper tuned. That all happened but then I get home and pull it out to show my daughter because I did pink and black and my limbs are all jacked up. I immediately called the bow shop and told them and they said no way their press did it. I sent pictures and then they said the press did it but its fine. That it just messed up the decals. But when I run my fingers across the limbs, it is striated like it dug into the limbs. I told them this and they said that they are tough limbs and there are multiple layers on there and even if it broke the top layer, it still wouldn’t hurt the limb. They said to being it back over, which is over an hour away, for them to look at. When I asked if the warranty would cover it, they said that was up to Hoyt because it was a demo bow. I am the first owner and it is registered and Hoyt website gave me the little Thank you for registering your bow. I asked if what happens if Hoyt doesn’t warranty it and was told that I would have to pay for new limbs! ***!!! I didn’t break it. I didn’t dry fire it, I didn’t press it. They did. Here are pics: Are these limbs ok to shoot? What should I do? I am pissed off because this is a brand new bow and even if the limbs are ok, they screwed it up.
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