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Im using a two wheel Icon and shooting partners have noticed Im creeping. I do not feel it during shot but notice most of my miss's have been low in groups. Im open to suggestions on how to cure this. Icon doesnt have solid back wall but would drawstop help.
 

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get a pure back tension release.
i am not fond of these, ok, ok, i hate them, I Hate , hate hate hate them!
but it will stop your creeping.
what i would do it if you aren't right now, do back tension.
hope i helped in some way. :)
 

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When you reach full draw keep pulling. If you relax your back you might creep and not feel it. Imagine trying to break the limbs at full draw.
 

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the problem of a trigger......

is creep. One of the reasons that I gave them up, also a tad bit of flinching. I recently acquired a SCAT release to try it out. Took about 4-5 shots to develop the creep with it. After about 400-500 shots I am finally getting it to be less and less of a problem.

As I draw and start aiming, I tell myself to pull, pull, pull..............until the shot goes off. The shot must have a conclusion, touching the shoulder for instance.......keep pulling until that happens...........ck
 

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ANother thing if using an idex finger release. Don't do the anchor with thumb behind the neck. That's one of the easiest ways to get creeping.
 

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I've found that on the BowTech Duallys with the very short valley, my shooting has improved. I don't shoot with a back tension release but the very nature of the short valley, if you creep slightly the bow will tell you you're slacking off. For me, the shorter valley the better:D I also like the draw stop on the BowTech Infinity single cam set to 60 or 65 percent letoff.
 
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