Bummer.....I can't help ya out as I've never had an actual wrist injury to that extent. In my opinion, I would think that with your draw wrist being the one that's injured, it may not hinder your archery abilities as much as if it were the bow arm. I tore my labrum in my right shoulder and that was an experience. I started out only being able to handle about 10 decent shots per outing, and finally worked my way up over the course of a few weeks. Good thing is that you have plenty of time. It boils down to the severity and placement of the fracture though as well. Cast or no cast. Surgery?? If surgery isn't necessary then I'd say 6-7 weeks you should be good to go if you take care of it. I wish you the best, hate that happened as well. But at least its March!!
BTW....your package will go out today, enjoy!!
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