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4 Fletch Suggestions
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Contributors to this thread:
KY EyeBow 17-Feb-21
wytex 17-Feb-21
yeager 17-Feb-21
Buffalo1 17-Feb-21
elkmtngear 17-Feb-21
goyt 17-Feb-21
Wv hillbilly 17-Feb-21
midwest 17-Feb-21
Dale06 17-Feb-21
Joe Holden 17-Feb-21
KY EyeBow 17-Feb-21
Brotsky 17-Feb-21
JW 17-Feb-21
Gator 17-Feb-21
So467 18-Feb-21
Shaft2Long 21-Feb-21
lewis 21-Feb-21
From: KY EyeBow
17-Feb-21
I currently shoot 3 blazers, fletched at 120 degrees, with a wrap on Easton FMJ shafts. Looking to try something different and go with 4 fletch. For those of you that shoot 4 fletch, do you have them spaced at 90 degrees or the 75 degree and 105 degree configuration (using a Bitzenberger). Also, what vanes do you prefer given your configuration? I should say that my interest is bowhunting as I don't shoot 3D or spots, etc. Thanks for your input!,

From: wytex
17-Feb-21
4 " feathers here with 4 fletch. I use a JoJan though. I believe it is the 75/105 model. Really like the 4 fletch for myself.

From: yeager
17-Feb-21

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I use TAC Driver 2.75 vanes in a 4 fletch 90 degree configuration with Onestringer wraps for both hunting and 3D.

From: Buffalo1
17-Feb-21
FF360 with a strong RH using a Bitz- 90 degree. Great controller of BH’s.

From: elkmtngear
17-Feb-21

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Bitzenberger, 75/105 degrees with Flex Fletch 360s. I shoot aluminum shafts (barebow), through a WB rest.

From: goyt
17-Feb-21
I shoot 4 blazers at 90 degrees, helical fletched with a bitzenberger.

17-Feb-21
I shoot the same thing goyt. Fly great out of my set up.

From: midwest
17-Feb-21
AAE Max Stealth, 90 deg.

From: Dale06
17-Feb-21
I did 75/105 back in the day of flipper type of rests, pre drop away. That gave better riser clearance. More recently I’ve done 90 degree. I use feathers only. I don’t see any significant up or down side of using four vs three or visa versa.

From: Joe Holden
17-Feb-21
90 degree with straight offset (2-3 degrees maybe). Have had better luck with shorter vanes so on a 2.25 TAC Driver kick at the moment.

From: KY EyeBow
17-Feb-21
Thanks guys! Keep the suggestions coming. FWIW, I do shoot through a WB

From: Brotsky
17-Feb-21
AAE Max Hunters with right helical for this guy at 90 degrees.

From: JW
17-Feb-21

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AAE Promax, 2 degree offset spaced at 90 degrees. They stabilize fixed blades really well and are great with mechanicals. Fixed and mech heads out of my hunting rig @ 295fps and I shoot them out of my 3D rig @ 320fps. Light weight also helps keep your foc up.

From: Gator
17-Feb-21
AAE Max Stealth, @ 90 degrees

From: So467
18-Feb-21
Flex fletch silent knight 2.0 with 75x105 ran 90 degree for the last few years wanted to try something different.

From: Shaft2Long
21-Feb-21
Vanetec Swift 2.25” standard profile.

From: lewis
21-Feb-21

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Four fletch with a blitz right helical I think 90/105 good luck Lewis

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