Improving accuracy in the offseason should be the goal of every bowhunter. There are a few steps that you can take to assure that it will happen. The good news is, unlike most things in life, they cost nothing but time and effort. If you are willing to invest the time, you will reap the benefits this fall
This is where you build your form and correct problems. Once the distraction of the target is removed, we can experience our shot in its truest form. With a durable target at shoulder height, you shoot one shot at a time and analyze each shot. When you break the shot down, focusing on one element at a time, it is easy to fix the problem. You need to make sure you are working on one thing at a time, as anything more will only lengthen the process.
Long Range Practice
Many articles have been written about the benefits of long range practice. We all know that the longer the distance, the more your form problems are magnified. What most do not realize is, a perfect shot at 20 yards will hit the middle, just like a perfect shot will hit the middle at 100. The arrow is not smart enough to know how far it will travel when it is fired. We tend to influence them, knowing that we need to be perfect to hit at long range. Always remember that a perfect shot that is held in the middle has no choice but to hit the middle.