From my personal experience I started with 50lbs but that might be too heavy for some people. But if it were me, I would probably start somewhere around 40lbs and I would think you would be fine. But if you think 30 is plenty then go for it!
I've got a good assortment of left handed bows. Any time you wanna sling a few arrows through one, just give me a call. I've got a target in the back yard. Kevin 601-566-4255Kmbrown I believe I met you at yazoo a couple weekends back , you were talking to me about the learned shoot. I'm a Pearl fireman and resident. Any way , I didn't realize you were a southpaw as I am. I'm enjoying my Sage as of now but am going to invest in a lil better bow for next year. I would like to try out some different bows if you have some time.
Get yourself a bow square. I usually start off by setting my nock point 1/2" above zero then adjust from there. Nock height can run anywhere from 1/4"-3/4" depending on shooting style. You can use brass nocks or tie on.Do y'all use nocking points? I'm guessing it's all trial and error as to where to set it on the string.