Best Youth Compound Bow For Hunting in 2023
Genesis Kit - RH Black
Leader Accessories Compound Bow Youth Bow 19-29lbs 24" - 26" Archery Hunting Equipment with Max Speed 129fps
- Great starter bow for archers of all ages, sizes and athletic abilities.
- Hand Orientation: Right. Draw Weight: 19 - 29 lbs. Draw Length: 24" - 26".
- Max Speed: 129 FPS. Let Off: 65%. Axle to Axle: 32". Brace Height: 7.5". Weight:2.2 lbs.
- Aluminum Riser. Adjust the draw weight with enclosed Allen Wrench.
- The compound bow is with 2pc of 26" fiberglass arrow, quiver, finger Tab, armguard. 1-Year Warranty on the bow excluding string & cables.
Bear Archery Brave Youth Bow â€“ Black
- 26” axle-to-axle introductory bow comes ready to shoot with two Safetyglass arrows
- Set also includes Whisker Biscuit, 1-pin sight, finger rollers, armguard, and arrow quiver
- Whisker Biscuit is the safest rest in archery industry and a $40 value.Care-hand wash
- Recommended age range for youth children ages eight and older.Compatibility-compound bow.Hand orientation-right handed
- Features 15 to 25 lb. draw weight and 13.5 inch draw length range
TruFire Patriot Archery Compound Bow Release - Adjustable Black Wrist Strap
- AFFORDABLE, EASY TO USE - The Velcro strap provides a quick and comfortable fit and allows you to make adjustments as needed. Easy to use and an affordable price tag!
- STURDY. SMOOTH - The patriot has a durable steel trigger with a smooth release whether it's your first shot or the thousandth, its built to last
- ADJUSTABLE TRIGGER - Adjust the sensitivity to control the trigger travel
- AMBIDEXTROUS - The trigger head rotates a full 360 degrees making it appropriate for either Left or Right hand shooters
- PROUDLY MADE IN THE USA - The most economical American made release suitable for all ages and perfect for the new or experienced archer
Bear Archery Scout Youth Bow Set â€“Â Hunter Green
- Beginner bow set comes ready to shoot with two Safetyglass arrows and sight pin
- Set also includes finger rollers, armguard, and arrow quiver
- Recommended age range for children is 4 to 7 years old
- Features 8-13 lb. draw weight and 16- to 24-inch draw length range
- 33-inch long ambidextrous bow features durable composite limbs
SA Sports Vulcan DX Youth Compound Bow, Adjustable Draw Weight and Length, Camo
- Fully adjustable draw weight ranges from 15 to 45 pounds; accommodates right handed archers
- Customizable draw length from 21 to 27 inches; includes a 2 piece quiver with 4 arrow capacity
- Equipped with a camo riser, machined cams, a cable guide rod, cable slide, and fiberglass limbs
- Sights feature 3 adjustable pins in easy-to-see variable color neon; includes brush style arrow rest
- This compound bow is best suited for growing youth, intermediate, and casual archers
KESHES Archery Carbon Hunting Arrows for Compound & Recurve Bows - 30 inch Youth Kids and Adult Target Practice Bow Arrow - Removable Nock & Tips Points (12 Pack)
- ➼COMPATIBILE: 100% Carbon Arrows for compound bows, Arrows for Recurve bow, traditional & Long bows. we recommend using these hunting arrows for Kids & Adults to use as Practice target shooting arrows or as Hunting Arrows, up to 60 pounds.
- ➼DETAILS & DIMENTIONS: Shaft length: 30 inch archery arrow shaft, Nock to point length: 31.5 inch, Outer diameter 0.309”, Inner diameter 0.244”, SPINE: 500, GRAIN: 13 GPI & WEIGHT: 35 grams
- ➼DOUBLE TESTED QUALITY: Each part is manufactured with its specific material to ensure a stable, smooth, and strong arrow.🔶 Arrow Shaft: 100% carbon material for rock-solid strength and durability. 🔶Fletching Vanes: colored plastic, to help the flight be pointed in the right direction after you shoot. 🔶Tips Points: nickel plated stainless steel, for the perfect shot with the right amount of stability.
- ➼ADJUSTABLE NOKS: Being that the nocks are not fixed by glue, it can easily be adjustable to perfectly fit your bow and easily be replaced, however it’s tightly placed to avoid it from falling off.
- ➼RISK FREE: If you’re not 100% satisfied with your purchase, you will be fully refunded, as at Keshes, we back our product 100% and Guarantee your full satisfaction, although we are sure you will absolutely fall in love with these.
Plano Protector Compact Bow Case (Black)
- Plano Molding | Protecting your passion since 1952
- Lockable and airline approved bowcase
- Patented PillarLock system for protection | High density foam
- Arrow storage under the lid | Holds parallel limb bows
- Dimensions: 43.25 inches x 19 inches x 6.75 inches | Made in the USA
BARNETT Vortex Youth Compound Bow, 19-45lbs Draw Weight, Mossy Oak Break-Up Country Camo
- VORTEX 45LB YOUTH BOW in Mossy Oak Break-Up Country Camo. Versatile and well equipped youth compound bow designed to adjust with the advancing skills of developing archers
- Youth Archery Bow Package Includes a Sight, Arrow Rest, 3 Arrows and a Quiver
- Adjustable Draw Weights from 19 - 45 lb. Compound Bow | Adjustable Draw Length from 21" - 27".
- Constructed to ATA/AMO Standards
- Right Handed Bow Only
Genesis Original Bow - RH White Camo
- Official bow of the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP).
- Great starter bow for archers of all ages, sizes and athletic abilities.
- With no specific draw length requirement, kids can't outgrow this bow.
- Includes a machined 6061-T6 aluminum riser, aluminum cam and idler wheel, sturdy composite limbs and high-strength bowstrings – all made in the USA.
- Built with single-cam technology, there are no tuning issues, less recoil, less noise and more accurate shooting.
A Brush with the Monarch - a Deer Hunting Story
I first saw this buck on September 27th, the day before the opening of bow season. My brother Blake and I were scouting around in my truck when we noticed a large eight point buck curiously watching us as we passed.
The does scatter as this restless brute charges their location grunting as he comes. To my disappointment the long main beams contain no tines at all. This deer is a spike with a fifteen inch spread! He charges under the fence shaking his head snorting and grunting. Tines or no tines this deer is going down! Just as I ready for the shot the freak spike comes to an abrupt halt. I glance in the direction the spike is now staring. Not fifty yards away is a doe, obviously in heat, and The Buck. A very large eight point. I can see the breath coming forth from his nostrils. Head held high and eyes riveted on the doe.
I first saw this buck on September 27th, the day before the opening of bow season. My brother Blake and I were scouting around in my truck when we noticed a large eight point buck curiously watching us as we passed. I was expecting to see a buck in this location, but I was really expecting to see a lopsided 10 point that I had observed here on previous occasions. Was this the new reigning Monarch? Whatever the case the doe must've seen me turn for she was staring directly at me. The eight point and the spike and I were all watching the doe. If the doe continued moving in the direction she was now facing she would pass my stand location at 20 yards and I would take the eight point of my dreams. She held all the cards now.
The bucks oblivious to my presence were so starry eyed I felt confident they would not detect my presence if I sent up a flare signal at this point. The doe however presented problems. She clearly new that the large blob of camouflage in the tree was an irregularity. The eight point had no idea how tenuously his survival hung in the balance of this particular doe's instincts and sensory perceptions. I slowly glance over to the eight point. As the doe decides his fate, he and the spike are engaged in head games. He lowers his head and begins pawing on the ground.
The spike, undaunted, appears to be positioning himself to head off the doe no matter which direction she should decide to proceed. The spike moves forward a few feet. Twaaaang! He crosses my sent trail and in the blink of an eye, turns tail and rushes headlong through the fence. The twang from the barbed wire continues to resonate 20 or 30 seconds after his departure. The majestic eight point sticks his chest out even further than before. He has vanquished this would-be foe with mere pawing. The morning sun reflected a gold sheen off of his brown coat and ivory antlers. What a proud monarch!
His head, thrown back now, was a display of his invincibility. Little did he know that certain death was perched only 35 yards away!
Then it came, The Signal! Few things relieve more anxious moments in the archers mind than the side to side wagging of the lead doe's tail. The universal language of the whitetail that all is O.K., the coast is clear, no predators in the vicinity. The doe lowers her head and proceeds to the feeder to my left. Where exactly should I put this new mount I wonder? Over the fireplace? Hmmmm. The doe- in- heat scent I have placed directly in front of my stand only adds to my confidence. As the doe approaches the 35 mm film canisters of doe estrous, I try to determine how I am going to rotate my body to prepare for the shot. The setup for the spike was directly to my left whereas the eight point will be moving directly in front of me.
Just then the doe reels in panic. She stares at the doe-in-heat scent and begins backing directly away from me. Then the other signal! Slowly but surely the most feared of all whitetail traits is exhibited before me. The doe's white tail is slowly raised as if to say, Beware! The buck, still unconcerned, moves slowly forward . Surely this bottled passion will appeal to the Monarch.. As he moves downwind of the estrous trail he becomes slowly alert and begins scanning the surroundings. I don't know if it was a bird-in-the-hand principle in effect, or the buck sensed something wrong, but after a moment of lingering and scanning, the buck wheeled to follow the does who was walking rather quickly away.
I had a split-second decision to make. Should I shoot. The buck was moving away at a rather severe angle. I would have to sit down and draw simultaneously in order to shoot underneath an overhanging branch and make a shot before the retreating buck , now at 30 yards, put too much distance between himself and my Hoyt Rebel. I don't know if I ever really considered the shot, but something deep within me convinced me that the Monarch deserved better than a fleeting, desperate attempt. I watched for what seemed an eternity as the two deer made their way past another stand I had set up some 200 yards distant. Thirty minutes later I was still shaking.
Several other bucks passed my stand that morning. One small buck was chasing a small doe and came right past my stand, but I just couldn't shoot, after having seen the Monarch. All of the deer I saw the remainder of that morning reacted in an alarmed manner when coming into contact with the doe-in-heat scent. Finally in anger I obliterated on of the film canisters with my 125 grain broadhead at fifteen yards, and climbed down from my stand. Round 1 had gone to the Monarch! Or should I say to the wary doe that saved his hide.....and his massive rack, which for now adorned his head rather than the mantle above my fireplace.