the best setup

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  1. John adams

    John adams Weekend Warrior

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    so what type of bow is best for bow fishing?
     
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    Arkyinks Weekend Warrior

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    What ever you got. I use a Sandshark by OMP just to bowfish. I like a recurve for snap shots and I do not have to go to full draw when fish are close. Love a jug reel.
     
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    Huh I'll have to give a recurve a try next time I go out. I've never thought of it before! Thanks!
     
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    Which ever kind of bow you like. I love my Oneida Osprey but if you like wheel bows thats great too! All about what you like!

    you will get out of life what put in it
     
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    CToutdoorsman Die Hard Bowhunter

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    anything that allows me to shoot fish! I use my youth bow its a bear odyssey 2 and it works great!
     
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    I've got the traditional AMS bow, but best part of my setup is the lights. I've got the Outrigger Outdoors Swamp Eye lights that are color tone adjustable and can dim down or brighten up to 10,000 lumen via remote control. You can adjust the color tone from a real warm halogen type of light at 2000k to a bright white 6000k light. The warm white works well for murky water while the bright white works well for clear water. These guys did a great job at setting up these lights, I give them my recommendation.

    If you want to try them out here's their website: https://outriggeroutdoors.com/products/swamp-eye-100-watt-remote-controlled-led
     

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