Shot Tracker Tool Helps Recover Your Deer

By Brodie SwisherApril 28, 2022

Bowhunting.com’s all-new Shot Tracker tool was designed to help bowhunters recover more deer after the shot. Of all the questions received from bowhunters across the country each year, deer recovery concerns tend to be at the top of the list.

“What do I do now?”

We hear it all the time from bowhunters that have just made a questionable shot. They are concerned, often very scared, of what the outcome might be. So to give hunters a tool to access at any time, literally at their fingertips, the Shot Tracker tool was born. 

Check it out in the video below. 

The Shot Tracker was designed to help you recover your animal with info and insight that’ll assist you in the process. 

You’ll get expert advice on how long to wait and how to increase your chances of recovery.

Shot Tracker Tool Helps Recover Your Deer
Shot Tracker allows you to reference an archive of videos to better grasp what the outcome of your shot might be.

How does it work? 

You simply click on the Shot Tracker’s image of a deer to indicate where your arrow hit and to reference the Shot Tracker’s library of shot videos.

There you’ll find just about every shot angle possible; what they look like, what to expect, and how to proceed after the shot. 

It’s a great tool to help you slow down, think clearly, and recover more deer in the days to come. 

Check it out HERE

Brodie Swisher
Brodie Swisher is a world champion game caller, outdoor writer, seminar speaker and Editor for Bowhunting.com. Brodie and his family live in the Kentucky Lake area of west Tennessee.
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