I bowhunted for the first time last year. I have a spot that’s about 20 feet up and 20 yards back from the deer trail. How low do I have to aim? Would the bottom of deer be enough?

Asked By Ron KubanSep 1, 2020
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20 feet up and 20 yards out is a pretty standard bowhunting shot distance, and shouldn't require aiming low to impact where you want.  The key is to bend at the waist and keep your upper body and arms in the shape of a "T" when you shoot.  If you stand straight up and simply lower your bow arm, you will likely shoot high. 

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