Have you watched the second episode of our new YouTube series yet? In episode 2 of our Loxley Underground Tournament series, Johnathan Beebe shares some tips to help you become a better archer-angler. Johnathan is a seasoned veteran of the sport and winner of the 2019 Great Lakes Bowfishing Championship.
Watch to learn how he prepares for bowfishing tournaments by scouting the waters and picking strategic locations. He also shares a few things you should avoid doing during a tournament to maximize your chances of filling the boat with fish.
Fishing in a new area can be an extremely exciting venture, from spending time on the water to learning about where to fish and what to use to catch them. This experience can be even better when you're bowfishing. But what if you are completely new to the area and just don’t have time to figure it out where the fish are found? If you only have a day or two to go bowfishing, there is a very good chance that you could go home emptyhanded.
When it comes to bowfishing, the most important piece of gear for any outing is your bowfishing bow. And we’ve written about types of bows people use for bowfishing before. Unfortunately, many people do not have the money to go out and buy a brand new bowfishing setup. Fortunately, this isn’t a big problem because if you have an old hunting bow laying around, you can easily convert it into your new bowfishing bow!
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. Now, we’re excited to announce the launch of our bowfishing charter finder on our website.
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