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  1. Traditional Archery
    Hello all, I've been wanting to hunt doves with a recurve and flu flu arrows for a very long time but haven't had the time nor the best place to do it. I now have the time and am renting a property that has corn on 2 sides, a ton of ditch weed on the back side of the horse corrals and farm pond...
  2. General Archery Discussion
    Some fun with spiral flu flu arrows, Screaming Eagle and a rubber chicken. Good Hunting Harpy
  3. Crossbow Forum - General Crossbow Discussion
    I've finally figured it out. I've read many forums about crossbow flu flus. Nobody had ever even had an idea for them except reversing the fletchings. That still dosent really make a flu flu. The idea behind a flu flu is to have a light arrow with a lot of drag so that it can slow easily. But...
  4. Arrows, Broadheads, Quivers and Arrow Components
    I am seeing if enough people are interested in buy flu flus. I will be making them to order with a full length shaft (not quite sure which shaft yet) and 2 full spiral wrapped orange and black feathers. I am only going to ask $15 an arrow TYD. And I will be willing to work something out...
  5. Arrows & Strings
    I just bought a Hoyt maxxis 31 and I have my own seperate arrows for deer hunting, but my buddy and I are wanting to get some flu flus with some small game heads to shoot little critters or whatever just for something else to get out and hunt. so I was wondering if im going to be doing this...
  6. General Archery Discussion
    I have an arrow with flu-flu's on and didn't know how they would fly using a whisker biscuit. I imagine the whisker biscuit would slow down the arrow. Will this work or do i need to use normal fletchings?
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