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Post Posted: 09:06pm - Feb 1,10 
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Starting to get into bowfishing, what lbs pull is best for bowfishing? Will be shooting carp/gar if that makes a difference.


Any help will do. Thanks

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Post Posted: 05:24pm - Feb 3,10 
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I suggest 40 to 50. Most shots are short range. Any more is over kill and you will be shooting through your fish making arrow retrieval a pita. Also, if you happen to shoot into a stump or rock you will usually get your arrow back in one piece. Have fun! :mrgreen:

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