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What color of vanes should i get for my arrows. I will be hunting for turkey in spring and fall, but also november for deer. W

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  • What color of vanes should i get for my arrows. I will be hunting for turkey in spring and fall, but also november for deer. W

    What color of vanes should i get for my arrows. I will be hunting for turkey in spring and fall, but also november for deer. What gives the most visibility. Probably not green because i wil practice with them to and dont want to lose them in the grass.

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    white, pink, blaze orange, fluorescent green, etc. when you buy your fletchings just look for something colorful. you'll be able to find them easier. also, if you're willing to try new things. might i recommend a FOB (fletchings only better) by www.starrflight.com because they fly straighter and faster then normal fletchings. they cost a little more, but man they last longer. they'll never break off when shooting because if you do a pass through, the FOB pops off of your arrow and lands exactly where the animal was standing when you shot it. they're VERY visible. you might want to look at some youtube videos, and visit their website. it's really a cool deal. they buck wind much better than a normal fletch, because normal fletchings aren't as stable. they bend and flex in mid-air, and a FOB is made of a strong plastic like material and it doesn't bend. i'm thinking of buying some. it's interesting.

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    • #3
      and if your worried about losing your arrows, might i recommend a lumenok? or an easton lighted arrow nock.

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      • #4
        Reid Jones is right about recommend a lumenok if you’re worried about losing arrows. May I had Turkeys can see colors and I’ve been busted a few times because of it!

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        • #5
          I like fluro orange!

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          • #6
            I like fluro orange!

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            • #7
              I like fluro orange!

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