Podcast #57: DIY Report & Selecting A Bow w/Greg Litzinger



Today on the DIY Report we are kicking of a new 4 part mini series with Greg Litzinger (AKA Bowhunting Fiend)  covering all things archery: technique, bow selection, practice habits, bow tuning…you name it we cover it! If you don’t know, Greg is a from the east coast and hunts high pressured public land in NJ. He’s well known for his scouting videos and locating buck beds.

What some may not know is Greg is an accomplished competitive archer and at one point made his living in a pro shop. In recent years I’ve gotten more into understanding my archery equipment better and it has made me a better archer and hunter. I thought it would be cool to cover some of the concepts that get thrown around related to archery…using regular guy talk. I hope you enjoy the conversation (and the forthcoming parts 2 through 4) as much as I did!

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What To Expect From Podcast #57 :

—Axle to Axle, what does it mean for accuracy/stability

—Draw length and are you over drawn

—Choosing the right draw weight

—String angle and brace height

—Speed bows vs. non-speed bows

—And much more!

Show Notes And Links:

—Follow Greg on Instagram and YouTube

—Support our partners: Wicked Tree Gear , Exodus Outdoor GearOzonicsTrophy Ridge, Tecomate Seed, and  Glacier Coolers

—Use the promo code “truth” and receive a 20% discount on any Wicked Tree Gear, Glacier Coolers’ or Tecomate Seed Purchase and $20 off any Exodus Trail Camera purchase!

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