It is no secret that it is a lot easier to be an excellent marksman or markswoman when the shooting conditions are right. When you are bowhunting, however, those perfect moments are hard to come by. Being prepared for the hunt does not just mean being ready to shoot when the time is right. Being prepared means being ready for things to go wrong. One of the most common and frustrating hurdles to overcome is adverse light conditions.
As you probably know, the times of day during which deer and other big game are most active are at dawn or dusk. These are some of the most challenging times to see. Unfortunately, this means that poor light conditions are inherent to hunting and that bowhunting in low light is just something that must be learned and overcome.
Here we will be taking a look at what it means to shoot in low light, some bowhunting tips for shooting in low light, and some tools that can make it all a little bit easier.