few things first. pretty new to archery, first year shooting and leaving for first bow hunt in about a week and a half. my bow was tuned at a pro shop about a week ago, started with paper tune and got it shooting right. i shoot a Hoyt Charger at 63lbs with Easton Axis 340 carbon arrows, about 30.5" draw length (im 6'5"). anyways, on with it...
when i switched to broadheads a while back to prep for this hunt i noticed they were fishtailing. went to the shop, got the bow tuned and things were back to good again. im shooting Solid Broadheads and they are impacting exactly where my field points are at 20yds. have not had a chance to shoot farther yet, but i will tomorrow.
every now and then, i still think theres a little fishtail. i cant be sure, i only see it when im taking dead aim at the target. if i draw, center my aim on the target, and then open both eyes and look beyond the sight and just focus on the arrow flight, so not worrying about actual point of impact, it looks good. but when im looking through the sight and take aim and release, it still looks a little fishy. but there is zero change in point of impact between the field points the broadhead (at least at 20yds right now)
anyone experienced this? at this point, i could be in my own head about it since im so worried about it happening. not sure if its just the noise the broadhead makes and seeing the colorful fletches spin or what.