We bowhunters love our gear. Game & Fish takes an up-close look at some of the new bows and accessories on the market now.
As you draw back on your first deer this season, we hope you have the confidence that comes with quality gear. We also hope you didn't have to break the bank to score.
Consider sprucing up your gear portfolio by adding one of these bows or accessories to it.
Carbon Express Hot Pursuit
Ultralight arrows for lower draw-length bows.
Made for the shorter-frame shooter, the Hot Pursuit
is still a high-quality hunting arrow.
54.99 for six
BloodSport Flare FPS
The popular arrow now comes with a lighted nock.
Lighted nocks are great and the Flare
Nock is tough to beat.
69 for six
Gold Tip Team Primos
builds on the popular, durable Velocity XT series platform.
A proven carbon arrow that ships to +/- 2-grain tolerances among arrows.
79.99 for six
Mathews Chill X
New 4.5-pound, dual-cam bow billed as a hybrid 3D and hunting bow.
The rock mods included mean you can customize your Chill X
Parker Bows Lightning
A 3.5-pound Parker
bow that gets you 310 feet per second.
An excellent starter bow. Draw-length adjustable from 19-29 inches and weight from 30-60 pounds.
Hoyt Archery Carbon Spyder
A 3.6-pound speed bow rated at 332 fps.
Carbon and Hoyt are just a good combination. The Carbon Spyder
is smooth and fast.
NAP Killzone Maxx
two-blade broadhead has a new design to ensure both blades open simultaneously.
The blades are now farther back from the tip and anchor against the back of the ferrule.
44.99 for three
Rage 3-Blade with KORE Technology
has three blades that cut large star-like holes.
Hunt any state because these mechanicals are not barbed and do not bind.
49.99 for three
WASP The Drone
A three-blade fixed broadhead with 1.125-inch cut.
Steel ferrule is narrower than the cutting tip to reduce the Drone's
29.99 for three
Bowfinger Archery Medusa
The smooth Medusa
won't bounce back or go down on slow letdown.
Durable, full-containment and good adjustment options.
A 360-containment rest designed to handle any fletching style.
Weighing a featherlight 2.7 ounces, the G5 CMax
features a raise arm with button or draw.
NAP Apache Carbon
A 4.5-ounce, full-containment arrow rest.
The Apache Carbon
is reliable and east to set up, plus it's ultralight.