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Gordie

Bowfishing Roughfish pictures

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Gordie

Here's a place to post all your guys pictures of you fish.

Please try and keep your photos in good taste. Try not to have your catch all bloodied up makes for a better photo.Please no fish with arrows stuck in them.

Please remember to follow forum policy with this.

Thanks and have fun.

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No_Net

A couple questions on what kind of pics are ok to post.

Most of the pictures I take the fish are layed out in rows on the ground are these ok?

Pictures of fish in the barrel?

I like to post pictures just don't want to post any that will get deleted right away.

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Gordie

Its real nice to have them taken in a natrual setting/back ground you know not like on the concrete driveway pics.

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brian6715

Alright I will get the party started

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Maybe a 12 pounder from Rice County, not proud of how I held my arms out, but hey... I was young and dumb!

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MJ1657

Great looking fish!

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pushbutton

After a few whiffs, finally got this porkster. Way too old to be up this late!

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Gordie

Great looking fish guys

Pushbutton what arrow set up are you using?

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pushbutton

A puurty yellow and black one ...... I don't know grin Just told the guy at the store it had to handle big fish.....here, you tell me wink Can you file these tips....if so with what? Already took the tip of the tip off on a rock.....

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Gordie

I'm sure you can use a file or even a coarse stone for sharping knives

Guess you shoulda told the guy that you were gonna shoot big rocks grin

Oh and it is purdy

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TylerS

Looks like a grappler tip. Can't remember the company. Cajun Archery maybe? Those yellow jacket shafts are the bee's knees though (see what I did there? Yellow Jacket... bee's knees...oh I crack myself up!).

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Gordie

Tyler that one stung just a little winklaugh

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No_Net

Nice fish guys hopfully be add some myself this weekend. For resharping a file works ,but a grinding wheel is the fastest way to resharpen tips.

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Archerysniper

grinding wheel is the fastest way to resharpen tips.

We carry a cordless grinder in the boat on the tournaments,even a big gar can dull your tips.

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ERdeerhunter

Haven't had a chance to get out yet this year, but figured I would share some picture of the boat. Never shot from a boat before, but we figured we would see if we could fix up the old Lund. Hoping to get out this weekend.

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pikestabber

That's a beauty!

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waterfowl101

Got on the water at 1158pm monday night and started seeing fish right away next to the dock. Had a pretty good shoot with alot of dogfish being around. Ended up with 12 carp and 12 dogfish.

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carpmanjake

my prototype bowfishing slingshot claimed its first victim today. a nice sucker for the smoker

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carpshooterdeluxe

Haven't had a chance to get out yet this year, but figured I would share some picture of the boat. Never shot from a boat before, but we figured we would see if we could fix up the old Lund. Hoping to get out this weekend.

Have you run the lights yet while standing on the deck? If so, how hot do the backs of the light fixtures get? Any issues with wearing shorts and brushing up against the lights while shooting?

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TruthWalleyes

Bowfishing slingshot...Nice!

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ERdeerhunter

Have you run the lights yet while standing on the deck? If so, how hot do the backs of the light fixtures get? Any issues with wearing shorts and brushing up against the lights while shooting?

I haven't shot with it yet, but we did a little practice run in the yard to get a feel for its stability. Didn't feel very hot, but we only had them running for a few minutes as opposed to hours. At night I always wear jeans anyway rather than shorts even in the summer. The lights attract all kinds of bugs and mosquitos and I don't like to spend the night slapping at my legs.

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TylerS

Tyler that one stung just a little winklaugh

Oh Gordie, why don't you just buzz off??? grin

Nice photos so far, guys! I may have to take a week off in early June just to stick a few pigs...

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Gordie

Oh Gordie, why don't you just buzz off??? grin

Ok Tyler I will put on my yellow jacket but it still stings a bit grin

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carpmanjake

Bowfishing slingshot...Nice!

yep!this one is good for shooting in small creeks, and ranges 20 feet or less,draw weight is about 20lbs. the next one im making willhave a stronger band, a mount for an AMS wave roller rest.and somehow mount an AMS reel to it as well! im hoping for accurate shots up to 40-50 feet with the strong band. which will have a draw weight of about 40lbs.

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TruthWalleyes

I hope it works out for your carpman, sounds like fun!

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No_Net

Got out last night for the first time this year. Ended the night with a mixed bag of carp, buffs, dogfish, suckers, sheephead, and what i think is a highfin carpsucker.

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