I need duck hunters for testing a new archery prototype. I have designed a new type of synthetic fletching for an arrow that slows the arrows like full-length feathers on flu flu arrows. It's plastic and slides onto the back end of a bare arrow shaft. It is made to be shot off of a compound bow with a drop-away rest. So far, performance has been great. I am shooting a Mathews No Cam set to 65#. My arrows outfitted with the prototype shoot right at 100yds when shot at a high angle. My 65# longbow, with a 6 fletch flu flu flies just about the same distance. Shooting at lower angles greatly reduces the arrow retrieval distance. I designed it for duck hunting and know many of you also archery hunt. Most of the progress has been posted on Aerial Archers but I thought it would be more fun to find local hunters that might be interested. Here are a couple videos introducing the prototypes and initial target testing . Let me know if you would like to get involved.