Debate is rampant about crossbows and distances for deer hunting despite the ample opportunity for hunters to use targets, specific ranges and crossbows to figure out what’s what.
Of course, personal ethics also dictate how far bowhunters will shoot whether it’s with a traditional bow, compound bow or crossbow. That personal ethic along with knowing your bow’s range combined with each situation — from a stand, blind, angle, vegetation, sight lines and so forth — all come into play.
Avid whitetail crossbow hunter Sabrina Simon of Ohio reveals which distance is considered the maximum for shooting at deer while crossbow hunting. Hint: It’s a lot closer than you might think.
From Deer & Deer Hunting Magazine, the 2016 Whitetails Wall Calendar features the work of deer researchers Wayne Laroche and Charlie Alsheimer, who reveal the 2016 whitetail rut prediction, based on years of lunar cycle research. Utilize this deer moon phase calendar to find out which days the deer will be seeking and chasing so you can time the rut for the best time to hunt.