Learn How to Properly Shoot on Angled Slopes
Slopes and angles cost archers and bowhunters more misses and lost points than perhaps any other condition in archery. When shooting slopes and angles, gravity will naturally pull your bow downhill, which will immediately put your bow in an unlevel position forcing your arrows off your intended target. In order to keep your bow level, and overcome this natural pull of gravity, you will need to lean and draw your bow into the slope and let gravity pull your bow back to a level position while executing your shot with your bubble level. In this video, John Dudley will show you all you need to know to shoot your very best shots regardless of any slopes and angles.