When we founded Loxley Bowfishing, we had a simple mission: To advance the sport. Over the past two years, we’ve introduced new bowfishing gear and written numerous articles to help people discover the challenge and excitement of bowfishing.
We know there are many people who want to go bowfishing but they don’t know where to go, what equipment to use, or which species they can legally target. Bowfishing charters and guides are in the perfect position to help these individuals and others learn how to become archer anglers.
Our new app will connect people with bowfishing charters and guides. It’s simple to use and has built-in filters so you can search by location or target species. Each listing also has links so users can visit the charter’s website and contact them easily.
Our goal is to build a comprehensive list of bowfishing charters across the country. We want you to be a part of this project, too. If you know of a bowfishing charter that we should add to our database, drop us a comment below and we’ll reach out to them.
We also invite bowfishing guides to contact us directly so we can add your charter information to our database so our audience can discover you. Guides and charter owners can learn more about the program here: loxleybowfishing.com/pages/charter-partner-program.
Together we’ll grow the sport for future generations.
Well, January has finally arrived. For those of us here in the north, that means deer season is over and hard water (that's ice for our southern friends) is upon us. Although we still have ice fishing and small game hunting, I use this time to do inventory of my bowfishing gear and determine what upgrades I want so I’m ready by ice off.
Ice off is hands down some of the best shooting you will have all year. Fish are still schooled up and coming in to feed in warmer, shallower waters. That means it’s one of the best times to get on some of the biggest fish you will shoot in one location. As an added bonus, the water is so cold the fishes' metabolism is slowed down enough to make them sluggish. Often times, you can get multiple shots at the same fish without moving the boat.
Anyone who uses a foot controlled trolling motor knows that the Captain Morgan stance isn't comfortable. Steering with one foot and standing on the other goes out of favor within an hour or two. This is where the sexy stick comes in to help. The sexy stick (also referred to as a steer stick) attaches via a plate to the foot pedal. The plate has a welded stick that protrudes up in order to let the operator steer the boat comfortably while standing.
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