Stepping into the world of archery can feel like entering a world of unknowns, especially for newcomers. The sheer number of factors to consider can be overwhelming right from the start. Questions like "What's my draw length?" or "What's my draw weight?" flood the mind, alongside uncertainties about which type of bow to choose and the differences between compound and traditional bows. Indeed, the questions seem endless, and the path forward can appear daunting.
For those that have a mentor in their life that brings experience in archery to the table, the feeling of being overwhelmed can be much less. That's why it's important for those of us that do hunt or shoot a bow to step up and offer our insights, opinions, and knowledge from our personal experiences to those that are interested in participating in this amazing sport.
Join Kristy Titus and her husband, Yogi, as they talk about his journey into the world of archery. Yogi was raised in Europe where archery is illegal in many countries. Despite these barriers, upon relocating to the United States, Yogi immersed himself in the art of bowhunting, acquiring a wealth of knowledge and experience along the way. Now, he's eager to pay it forward by offering advice and support to others who may find themselves in similar circumstances.
With the right guidance and support, anyone can find their place in the archery community.
Gear Used in this Video:
Bow Release: Trophy Ridge Drawpoint