It wasn’t all that rainy, but it did drizzle. Not nearly as intense of a rain as during practice a few days ago. The rain didn’t stop the yellow game.
As I’ve mentioned the yellow games is scoring the percentage of time an archer’s arrows land in the yellow. I find it a fun way to move though a practice session.
Having changed to a recurve bow 35 days ago the yellow game is a fun challenge. The goal is to keep all the arrows in the yellow.
My recurve is not equipped with a clicker. I think a clicker may help improve my yellow game percentages. Still, repeating each shot as exactly as possible without a clicker is probably a fair way to train for now.
Today’s wet percentage was 52.5%. That was after 10 ends of 8 arrows shooting a vertical 3-spot at 18 meters. The non-yellow strikes were primarily 8s with a couple of 7s and a couple of 6s.
I am already looking forward this afternoon when I repeat the game.