Montanafowler wrote:check the jiblets real good, nothing scarier than seeing a bug biting your balls
HOPIN4ABOAT wrote:Or give the to a animal rescue if theres one close
bmoy1920 wrote:LOVE Giada!! I would love to use my pass on her!
FullandFuller wrote:Carp makes good snapper turtle bait when that season is open. Unfortunately, before July 1, all I use them for is fertilizer or catfish cut bait.
I have often wondered whether shady chinese restaurants would buy them.
Since this is the only active bowfishing thread here, does anyone have an opinion on good Silicon Sprays for spincast reels? I've read that some of the silicons have a transport base that is corrosive or eats plastic, and some are basically more safe for the equipment. Any body know which version of liquid wrench is the safest to use? I shoot a glass bow, 808, and 200 FF and don't want to worry about overspray.
NuffDaddy wrote:what kind of sunglasses do you guys wear. iv been using cheap ones that are supposed to be polarized but dont help at all.
River Ramblin' Man wrote:NuffDaddy wrote:what kind of sunglasses do you guys wear. iv been using cheap ones that are supposed to be polarized but dont help at all.
Maybe a little late. But I use cheap wal art glasses. They actually work pretty good, compared to just the naked eye that is.
adrenilinejunky wrote:Im probably going to sound dumb but Im from washington and up here we are only allowed to shoot carp. what is a buffalo? I read the name a couple times in the thread and was wondering what it is. I got my girlfriend a bow for christmas and took here out bow fishing shortly after and she is hooked! Its gonna be a great summer I think.
River Ramblin' Man wrote:I've seen a a lot of the bigmouths in videos and stuff, but never shot one. I figured they must be different subspecies since they look so different. Nice fish too
adrenilinejunky wrote:Hey thanks guys. Im starting to think washington sucks. lol they only allow us to legaly shoot carp up here.
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