Loxley Announces New Rewards Program

Loxley Announces New Rewards Program

by Team Loxley June 24, 2021

We've got great news for anyone who loves Loxley Bowfishing gear. You can now earn Loxley Rewards! 

Loxley Rewards is our new loyalty program that rewards you for being a member of Team Loxley. It's free and easy to sign up. Just click the "Rewards Program" button in the lower-left corner on our website. Once you've got an account, you'll start earning reward points. Redeem your points for free gear or cash off any purchase on our website!

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How to Aim in Bowfishing

How to Aim in Bowfishing

by Ryan Simmons April 13, 2021 1 Comment

Shooting a bow seems like an easy thing to do, but aiming it can sometimes be complicated (especially when bowfishing). There are two main methods that you can use for aiming a bow: using bow sights or instinctive shooting.

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What fish can I eat after Bowfishing? Can I Eat Carp?

What fish can I eat after Bowfishing? Can I Eat Carp?

by Team Loxley April 07, 2021 2 Comments

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.

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Bowfishing Laws in the United States

Bowfishing Laws in the United States

by Ryan Simmons March 23, 2021

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.


To help you get started, we have compiled a quick list of every US state and whether or not bowfishing is legal, some of the rules, and what you should be aware of. We've also included links to each state's fish and game or department of natural resources website for more information. So let’s get started!

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Why is Bowfishing Legal? When is it Illegal?

Why is Bowfishing Legal? When is it Illegal?

by Team Loxley March 06, 2021 1 Comment

For many years, bowfishing was only considered an archery enthusiast’s pastime, or maybe a bowhunter’s offseason method of practice. But over the last few decades, this incredible fishing technique has quickly become a beloved sport for thousands of outdoor enthusiasts, both fishermen and hunters alike. Fun and challenging, bowfishing requires virtually zero previous angling experience and is the perfect pastime for new fishermen. 

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Know Your Bowfishing History

Know Your Bowfishing History

by Ryan Simmons March 01, 2021

The history of bowfishing is a fascinating subject. Early humans around the world used bows and arrows and developed fish hunting techniques to find food to survive. Keep reading to learn and understand how bowfishing went from a survival tactic to a popular sport.

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What Do You Need to Bowfish?

What Do You Need to Bowfish?

by Team Loxley February 21, 2021

Bowfishing is a great way to enjoy the outdoors, and it also gives you a chance to practice archery skills and help conserve the environment. If you have not tried it before, you owe it to yourself to give a go. There are a few different things that you will need, however, before getting started into bowfishing.

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So, you want to be a bowfishing guide... now what?

So, you want to be a bowfishing guide... now what?

by Ryan Simmons February 07, 2021 1 Comment

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Bowfishing for Beginners: The Gear You Need and How to Start

Bowfishing for Beginners: The Gear You Need and How to Start

by Ryan Simmons January 31, 2021

Bowfishing is a great way to get out and enjoy the outdoors. It can also be an extremely fun and addicting pastime. Best of all, if you are interested in bowfishing, it's easy to try. In this article, we'll talk about the basic gear you need and few simple steps that you can take in order to help you get your feet wet on your first bowfishing trip! 

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Which type of boat deck should you build for bowfishing?

Which type of boat deck should you build for bowfishing?

by Team Loxley January 24, 2021 2 Comments

I remember building my first boat deck like it was yesterday. The whole time, I was imagining all the fish we'd catch and good times we were going to have on it. Before, all we used were the bench seats in a jon boat. This wasn't ideal because......

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Bowfishing 101: All the basics you need to know before bowfishing

Bowfishing 101: All the basics you need to know before bowfishing

by Team Loxley January 17, 2021

Some people know what bowfishing is and have first-hand experience with it; if you're part of the Loxley Team you fall into this group of awesome people. But, in general, how many people.....

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7 Tips to Prepare for Peak Bowfishing Season

7 Tips to Prepare for Peak Bowfishing Season

by Ryan Simmons January 08, 2021

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.

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