hoyt bow opinions

Discussion in 'Bowhunting' started by shady grove, Dec 4, 2012.

  1. I recently got a hoyt protec xt3000, I know nothing about these bows. Its not new but has seen no use, I have been hunting with a Pearson spoiler all this time. Opinions please...
  2. Wonderboy

    Wonderboy Well-Known Member

    A legendary tack driver.

  3. 1/4ing away

    1/4ing away Well-Known Member

    One of the best bows made. It won't be as fast as the new bows, but very accurate and forgiving. Especially with 3000 limbs.
  4. Juice

    Juice Well-Known Member

    I've owned two compounds, both Hoyts and loved them both. I've got a ViperTec now that is 10+ years old and still shoots great. I've never had an issue with either of mine.
  5. I've had my Katera since 2009. I love it. Hoyt makes a great bow.
  6. Cperry

    Cperry Member-2018 Spring Team Turkey Contest Winner

    I love my Hoyt I'll never own another type of bow
  7. theridgehunter

    theridgehunter Select Member<br>2011 Turkey Contest Winner

    I shoot a Hoyt Seven 37.....best bow I've ever had.
  8. mad220860

    mad220860 Well-Known Member

    Maxxis for me!! Love this bow it was like it was made exactly for me!! and talk about quiet! Not sure ill ever buy another bow lol
  9. hogman

    hogman Well-Known Member

    Hoyt's probably the best toughest most soundly engineered bows on the market.
  10. jwidner

    jwidner Well-Known Member

    I also have a Hoyt maxxis and love the bow!
  11. you got yourself a great bow. You can't go wrong with a hoyt IMHO.
  12. Kgood01b

    Kgood01b Well-Known Member

    4 limbs, 2 cams, and 3 strings equals a tuning nightmare
  13. Wonderboy

    Wonderboy Well-Known Member

    Completely untrue
  14. buck_golf

    buck_golf Member<br>2015-16 Deer Hunting Contest Winner

    Nope ... 2 cam bows are easy to tune ... just a few things to check and it is a snap
  15. Gford

    Gford Select Member<br>2015-16 Bow Hunting Contest Winne

    While I will say a Hybrid cam system is one of the Hardest cam systems to tune initally......With the strings of todays bows once it is tuned your good for a long time!! A ton better and more stable than a single cam with a 9' String that is constantly moving!

    Lots of good bows out there and Hoyt is for sure one of them.....With the Age of that bow I am sure it could use a tune job and possibly a set of strings!