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I will start things off...

I shoot a Diamond Ice Man, set at 63 pounds, 80% let off 28 inch draw. I shoot 100 grain Grim Reaper Razor Tips on an Easton ST Epic 340 shaft. No fancy stuff, just a Team Extreme 5 pin sight, a Trophy Taker Shakey Hunter rest, and a Doinker Stabilizer. Basically my mule deer bow, I like the short axle to axle bow, and it is moderately fast.

This is the first year I have predator called with the bow almost exclusively...I would say it is harder than deer hunting...by far.

Anybody got any tips for making it easier?
 

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Hoyt Katera XL set at 67lbs..29" draw length
Extreme RT1000 5pin sight
Octane 5 arrow quiver
Whisker Biscut rest
Sims Vibration dampner
Easton FMJ's 340....468 grains at 280FPS
 

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Mathews switchback ld with slick trick broadheads at 55 lbs. I have reduced my draw weight over the years as my shoulders have gotten more and more difficult. It sure makes it easier to draw and hold for that perfect release.
 

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PSE Dream Season 29 " draw 65# Carbon force arrows Rage broadheads . Everyone on my film crew swtiched over this year and we couldnt be happier Cant wait till spring
 

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Hoyt Alphamax 32. 65# and 30 inch draw. QAD Ultra-HD dropaway rest, Tru-Glo 3 pin sight, Hoyt Stabilizer, G5 Montec broadheads, Easton Axis arrows.

I don't mind pullin' a little more weight than really needed but hearin' my arrows zap some unlucky game is what I love and live for...but hey, don't we all?
 

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Bowtech Tomkat
Whisker Biscut
Gold Tip 5575's
Muzzy 125
29 1/2 inch draw
65 lbs
 

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I have two different setups:

First one is a Bow Tech Old Glory 31 inch draw set at seventy pounds Rover rest, Trophy Ridge five pin sight, Fuse Stabilizer, Blackhawk vapor shafts and either slick tricks or rage 2 blade.

The other is a Bob Lee signature recurve at 60# with a 30inch draw black hawk shafts and Bear broadheads.

Both get equal time in the woods although at rut time I use the Bowtech more.
 

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Ross CR334 @ 64 lbs / 26.5". 100gr Slick Tricks, Whisker Biscuit, Tru Glo, Tru-Site Xtreme. Great shooting bow, but my next bow will probably be something like a BowTech Equalizer for speed with a short draw.
 

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new to bow hunting in general especially yotes. i got a hoyt turbohawk at 75lbs at 26.5".muzzy 100 grain mx-3. whitettail arowws yeah im a short guy. have been hunting yots with my dads since i can remeember any tips on bow setups. and how much it differs.
thanks
 

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Reflex highlander, 45#, Easton xx75 arrows, Muzzy broadhead, shoot instinctivly (no sights, no stabilizer), Flipper rest. Most shots 20 yards or less.
 

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i shoot a pse boe madness xs 28 and a half axle to axle.with a leupold vendetta range finder mounted to it.with easton axis arrows and slick trick 100 grain tips..shoots very nice and rangeing them is a snap..
 

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Parker Pheonix
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Apache fall away rest
Sniper braodheads - 100 gr
gold tip arrows
tru glo six pin sight
 

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mathews switchback set on 63 pounds
trophy taker shakey hunter rest
spot hog sights with light
mathews quiver
goldtip arrows
rage broadheads
sims stabilzer
alpine arrowholder
 
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