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The Art Of Bowfishing Not many people know about a sport called bowfishing When people think of bowfishing they think that you must lose a lot of arrows because the archer has no way of retrieving his or her arrow after launching it off its rest This is a very big misconception in a very misunderstood and mysterious sport As most people dont understand about bowfishing then dont know that most bowfisherman rely on the darkness of night to cover them as the approach their prey A specially rigged bowfishing boat with archer aboard the pvc platform as the floodlights gaze onto the waters edge the archer draws back his arrow and settles its sights on the unsuspecting Asian carp the archer releases the arrow to hear a sound only too familiar as the arrow breaches the soft skin of the spawning carp After the adrenaline ceases the archer reels in his prize for the evening Only a true bowfisherman can feel the power it has to know that he controls the lives of the prey he takes This feeling cant be described in words but can be felt with the utmost power and audacity of a life being saved or taken Bowfishing is a sport that requires both hunting and fishing skills as well as knowledge of each sport Bowfishing is similar to hunting because of its use of the archers favorite weapon the bow The bow is considered to be one of the most difficult weapons in any hunters arsenal Along with its light weight and easy maneuverability it also boasts an extreme challenge to whomever uses it to its full potential Whether you decide to walk along the primal side and use a traditional bow or a recurve bow you achieve the most out of your sport without using sights a rest or release Or if you choose a more modern and faster method of archery you will achieve
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