Just over a year ago, Loxley Bowfishing launched in Michigan. The fledgling company began with a straightforward mission: to provide archer-anglers with the gear and knowledge they need on the water. They introduced their flagship product, the Graves Bowfishing Glove, in May 2019.
Now, the innovation continues with the new Graves Full Finger Bowfishing Glove. Like its predecessor, these gloves were designed specifically with bowfishing applications in mind. They have an extremely lightweight design and low profile feel for finger availability and dexterity when you need it most.
“Any archer-angler knows how torn up your hands can get after pulling in a few hundred pounds of carp or goldfish,” said Jon Graves, co-founder of Loxley Bowfishing. “These new gloves offer the trusted protection of our first generation gloves with added reinforced fingertip shooting tabs.”
Graves Full Finger Bowfishing Gloves are available now at LoxleyBowfishing.com. They retail for $25 and are sold as a set (left and right hands).
Gloves are available in sizes Small to X-Large. To find your size, measure the circumference of your hand and compare to the sizing chart. The gloves are designed with a bit of stretch, so when in doubt order a size down for added dexterity.
“We’re excited to bring another innovative product to the bowfishing market,” said co-founder Ryan Simmons. “These gloves will help archer-anglers experience more success on the water - whether that’s in a tournament setting or a casual outing.”
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About Loxley Bowfishing
Loxley Bowfishing was founded by outdoorsmen seeking to advance the sport of bowfishing. Loxley provides the gear and knowledge archer-anglers need to experience more success on the water. Through its educational online content, innovative gear, and functional lifestyle apparel, Loxley gives bowfishing men and women an identity. The company and its founders are committed to serving archer-anglers today and preserving the sport for future generations.
Bowfishing is a great way to spend quality time with your bow each summer. It’s also a good workout and fun way to spend time with your friends. Before heading to the lake or river with hopes of filling your boat with carp, ask yourself: Just what will you do with all those dead fish? Craft a plan to use the fish you shoot productively.
Legal fish species vary depending on where you are in the country. Some of the most common freshwater fish shot are bighead carp, common carp, grass carp, catfish, buffalo and several varieties of gar, including the massive alligator gar. Many of these fall under the category of rough (or trash) fish. Rough fish are those fish which fall outside of the category of sport fish. They are species not commonly eaten and are often invasive species. Because they are not typically targeted by fishermen, bowfishing is a very good means of population control and removal of these often undesirable fish.
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