Now is the time to sharpen your bow skills for fall. The best way to improve your performance is to practice well beyond your expected shooting distance. If your stands are set up for 20–30 yards, practice at 40–60. You’ll be amazed how an additional 10 yards of distance can open up your groups, a problem that forces you to become a better, more consistent shooter.
If you need a nudge to get your bow cranked up and out to the range, this video will prime that pump. How about a monster bull elk at 160 yards?