Given all the hoopla over the potential for "lighted nocks" to assist some people with recovering arrow shot game I got wondering how many people use string trackers. It would seem to me they would be a much more effective "tool" to lead to recovery of game as they would lead a person right to the animal (in theory) the majority of the time as long as the broadhead stayed in the animal or passed thru which they almost always do for me.
So do you use them? Do they work as designed or does the string break? I have to assume they limit the distance of shots people can take but if wounding loss is out of hand it seems like a reasonable trade off.
They are legal TODAY and wouldn't disqualify harvested animals from the P&Y Club records system and the best part is they cost about the price of one LUMINOCK
.......they are inexpensive anyhow.