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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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Anatomy of a Bowfishing Arrow Shaft

Anatomy of a Bowfishing Arrow Shaft

by Ryan Simmons April 20, 2020 1 Comment

There are many aspects of bowfishing that make it unique. There are also many areas of bowfishing that cross over with other archery sports. The arrow used for bowfishing is a little of both. It’s unique in its function, but not in its form. Today, we'll be talking about the anatomy of a bowfishing arrow and try to help answer all of your questions about the features and characteristics of the bowfishing arrow. 

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