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Parker StingRay Bowfishing Crossbow PSE Kingfisher Recurve Bowfishing Bow PSE Kingfisher Recurve Bowfishing Bow Kit
PSE Kingfisher Recurve Bow
Our Price: $119.99
Features:
- Stock Length: 34.25"
- Draw Weight: 100-125 lbs.
- Power Stroke: 10.5-Inch
- Mass Weight: 7.5 lbs
Features:
- Draw Weight: 40, 45 or 50 LBs
- Dexterity: Right Hand Only
- All Season Camo
- Length: 60''
Features:
- Draw Weight: 40, 45 or 50 LBs
- Dexterity: Right Hand Only
Darton AquaForce Bowfishing Bow Darton AquaForce Bowfishing Bow PSE Wave Bowfishing Bow Package
Darton AquaForce - AquaForce with BowFishing Package
Our Price: $378.99
Sale Price: $349.97
Features:
- Brace Height: 7 7/8"
- Mass Weight: 3.1 lbs.
- Axle to Axle: 23"-29.5"
- Eff. Let-off: 40%
Features:
- Brace Height: 7 7/8"
- Mass Weight: 3.1 lbs.
- Axle to Axle: 23"-29.5"
- Eff. Let-off: 40%
Features:
- Draw Weight: 40 Lbs
- Dexterity: Right or Left Hand
PSE Tidal Wave Bowfishing Bow PSE Tidal Wave Bowfishing Bow - Ready to Shoot Package PSE Discovery 2 Compound Bow
Features:
- Draw Length Range: to 30''
- Dexterity: Right or Left Hand
- Brace Height: 6''
- Mass Weight: 3.3 lbs.
Features:
- Draw Length Range: to 30''
- Dexterity: Right or Left Hand
- Brace Height: 6''
- Mass Weight: 3.3 lbs.
Features:
- Draw Weight: 20 or 29 lbs
- Draw Length: 30-Inch
- Axle to Axle: 31.5-Inch
- Mass Weight: 3.3 lbs.
PSE Discovery Bowfishing Bow - Ready to Shoot Package PSE 2011 Nova Compound Bowfishing Bow Package
Features:
- Draw Length Range: to 30''
- Dexterity: Right or Left Hand
- Brace Height: 6-1/2''
- ATA: 31-1/2''
Features:
- Draw Weight: 35 or 45 LBs
- Dexterity: Right or Left Hand
   
 

Are you tired of the usual method of fishing? If you are, you should try the exciting sport of bowfishing! With bowfishing bows, you quietly stalk your prey and then harpoon them using a special arrow. This kind of fishing is a lot more dynamic, and exciting than regular fishing, so this is why a lot of people are now getting their own bowfishing bows and starting to shoot arrows through their prey.

Another key difference is that a bowfishing arrow has a special arrowhead which has large barbs at the end. So when the arrow pierces through the body of the fish, you can be sure that the arrow will not get yanked out easily. Once you have a fish hooked on the end of your line, you only need to use the built-in fishing reel to pull it in the boat. The only drawback of bowfishing is that you cannot catch your fish alive, so you need to have an ice chest ready to prevent your catch from spoiling.

If you are looking for a different way of catching fish, make sure to grab one of our bowfishing bows, rent a boat, and start looking for your prey in the depths or in the shallows.