On my 2018 Wyoming bull, i actually found it by seeing the red nock lit up after dark. Most of the time you will have a pass thru or buried though. does help to find the arrow and get an idea of the blood on it.I’m going to try some. Stick an elk at last legal light and you will be tracking with a flashlight. Obvi no help if you get a pass thru or buried fletching, but possibly a big help.
Any chance you recall how much the complete system weighs for the firenock G nock? Getting some conflicting weights looking it up online.I use Firenocks with Easton Pro Comps, BE X-Impacts and other .166 arrows. They work and are dependable. Batteries will last a season. Tried several other cheaper options and they were not dependable. The Nock itself is very much worth using even if you decide not to go lighted. They are expensive and take some time and patience to install but if you want a lighted nock to light every time, be very bright and not compromise the quality of your arrow they are probably the only choice.
Those look identical to what I have coming tomorrow. 28 bucks a dozen.I like lighted nocks. It really helps with knowing where I hit the animal and finding my arrow. You can tell alot about the shot by the blood on the arrow..
I've been shooting these knock offs from Amazon for a couple years.. They will wear out if you turn them on and off a lot but I just set a dozen arrows to the side with new nocks for hunting.
Arrow Nock X/5.2mm LED Nock Screwdriver Included, 6 PCS Universal Fit for Arrows with ID of .204".233".244" & .246" https://a.co/d/enYNEmz
Adding 10-15 grains to the back of your arrow will DEFINITELY change things like your sight tape/pin gapping at distance and quite possibly change your tune as well by the added weight, stiffening dynamic spine, and changing nock fit.