Preseason prep: Flinging and Fletching Arrows

The fixings

With archery javelina and deer season around the corner, I’ve been shooting the recurve even more than usual. I always enjoy fletching arrows in preparation for the new season as well as putting a new edge on the broadheads. These simple tasks paired with flinging as many arrows into the target each day puts me in a great state of mind and is one of the reasons why I love shooting a recurve.

Right wing helical
Right wing helical
At the jig
The jig
Fox Breed / Thunderhorn quiver
Always on the back of the couch for a quick session
Flinging Arrows
Flinging Arrows
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