Nick McWhorter of Empty Quiver
Bow season is fast approaching, so more than likely you've been out shooting in the yard after work lately. One thing you may notice is the further you go back, the more the groups start to spread out. You need to establish is the maximum distance that you're comfortable taking a shot at. If your groups are nice and tight at 30 and 40 is all over the place then make 30 yards the furthest you'll shoot a deer at. Everyone is different with different abilities, so just because the next guy down the block can kill deer at 50 yards doesn't mean you have to. Don't rush expanding the effective yardage. It will come in time but you're gonna have to practice. Keep pounding those arrows and build confidence!