Fletch Better Arrows

Bitzenburger Dial-O-Fletch2Fletching arrows can be tricky. It’s a trial-and-error process that demands patience and quality products. Let’s review several products that, with practice, produce professional results.

Choose a Fletching Jig

 There are a number of great fletching jigs on the market. Last Chance Archery’s Vane Master Pro and Bitzenburger’s Dial-O-Fletch are two great choices. The Arizona EZ Fletch fletches three vanes at a time and is also worth a look.

Last Chance Archery Vane Master Pro

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Bitzenburger Dial-O-Fletch

Bitzenburger Dial-O-Fletch_WR


Arizona E-Z Fletch

Arizona E-Z Fletch_WR


Choose an Adhesive

 A quality adhesive creates a strong and lasting bond between shaft and fletching. Rain, subzero temps, and bowhunter abuse all are rough on fletching adhesives. A high-quality adhesive will hold vanes and feathers in place through bowhunting turmoil.

Flex-Fletch Flex-Bond

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Bohning Fletch-Tite Platinum

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Choose Vanes or Feathers

Feathers are extremely forgiving, but vanes are extremely durable. Traditional archers almost always shoot feathers because the arrow continuously contacts the bow shelf, and they need all the forgiveness they can get. Turkey hunters who shoot head-shot-specific broadheads normally use 5-inch feathers, and many even use four-fletch versus three-fletch arrows. There are lots of scenarios and lots of options to consider. Here are a few of our favorites to help!

Flex-Fletch FFP 360

Flex-Fletch FFP 360


Bohning Blazer Vanes

Bohning Blazer Vane_WR


VaneTec Super Spine

VaneTec Super Spine_WR


Gateway Printz

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Norway Industries Fusion

Norway Industries Fusion Vane_WR


Firenock Aerovane III

Firenock Aerovane III_WR


Trueflight Feathers

Trueflight Feathers_WR


AAE “Nock-On” Vanes

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NAP Quikfletch

NAP Quikfletch_WR


Pine Ridge Nitro

Pine Ridge Nitro Vane_WR


For great tutorials on how to fletch your own arrows, watch this great tutorial from Hoyt Archery.

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