It's my first archery season and I'm still figuring out a lot of the basics. I've now sliced off a fletching on 8 of my 10 arrows from practicing with broadheads. Now I only have 2 shootable arrows left, which really stinks. Can I replace the damaged fletchings myself? Is it easy? Surely this happens to other people. Do you fix them yourself or take them to the pro shop to get them fixed? I have Gold Tip XT Hunter arrows with green and white fletchings.
“The more I read and the more I listen, the more apparent it is that our society suffers from an alarming degree of public ignorance” - Retired Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor