youtube vid shows exactly thatsacberries said:im a goyote fan. tried the eastons last year, you may as well shoot standard knocks. they are not bright the only time you can see them is in the last few minutes of light. coyotes are very bright and do not change arrow flight. havent messed with nocturnal yet.
Thanksbuckhunter said:The only ones I have experience with are lumenocks. In the last hour of legal hunting it is hard for me to see the where the arrow exactly impacts the deer, the lumenocks were definetly bright enough that I was able to see the arrow hit behind the shoulder and pass through and then after I waited a while, when I climbed down from my stand it was dark, it was very easy to see the lumenock and walk straight to my arrow instead of searching, I had seen the deer run to the edge of a woodline so I carried the arrow to where I last saw the deer enter the woods took off the broadhead and stuck it in the ground, I came back several hours later with my buddy it was very dark out, but the lumenock was very bright and easily marked the beginning of the trail, I have been very pleased with there performance so I haven't switched, if it ain't broke don't fix it.
-Because, I have shot so many of them in PA!John S said:For you record book trophy guys, Pope and Young won't accept a deer for the records that has been killed with an arrow that has a lighted nock.
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