How to find a lost arrow afield
learning how to find a lost arrow cab be rough, and the best way to find them is to never lose them. Stick with me. The reason most arrows are lost is the wrong tip design is used. When you look at a hunting quiver it should really only have 2 kinds of arrows, broadheads and woods/field practice tips such as Judo’s or Snaros. Field tip outfitted arrows mean spending time learning how to find a lost arrow.
Learning how to find a lost arrow in the woods mean field tips are involved
Field tips are designed with one purpose in mind and that is penetrating targets. Field tips do not belong in the field and woods. Leave them at home as they quickly penetrate the forrest floor and grassy areas disappearing forever. If you like shooting afield, tip your non broadhead arrows with something else.
Snaro points mean no more learning how to find a lost arrow
Snaro universal field points don’t penetrate. They don’t penetrate walls of grass, and they won’t slip under a bed of leaves where you can’t find them. Snaro bird points are made not only for shooting doves and grouse from the air, they are also designed to be used afield on squirrel and rabbit. Quit spending time learning how to find a lost arrow, get some Snaros to round out you hunting quiver.