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  • bowfisherbowfisher
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    Brad,

    You may want to jump on http://www.bowsite.com and pose some questions. This forum is near death sadly.

    I am interested in information as well and we are planning an elk trip next year.

    bowfisherbowfisher
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    in reply to: Hello again #2952999

    Can we just go back to the old site? πŸ™

    bowfisherbowfisher
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    in reply to: Hello again #2952982

    Yeah…… Not sure what happened there…..

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    in reply to: Siezed motor #2951524

    Take the recoil assembly off and put a 3/4″ wrench on the flywheel nut. See if you can get it broke free that way. I have unseized many over the years using multiple (sometimes not so nice) methods.

    bowfisherbowfisher
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    In short….No.

    When I was president of the Bowfishing Assocition of Iowa I worked with the DM parks department to try to get it legalized on Grays Lake due to the over abundance of rough fish present.

    They city fought it hard and eventually it was put to its death.

    It is under the jurisdiction of weapons use inside city limits.

     

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    in reply to: Morel Report #2950208

    I wasn’t aware that Morels grew in the Fall.

     

    I was joking πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

    bowfisherbowfisher
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    in reply to: Morel Report #2950193

    Found 1 lb yesterday after climbing down from the treestand, big yellows. 11/10/19 πŸ™‚

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    Brown Trout Rapala F5

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    Worked for me.

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    My new target arrow

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    in reply to: HippoHarry #2949967

    do not be so naive!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Are you saying β€œTWDENNEY” is back????? whip2

     

    Not near rude enough. Rude is the nicest word I could think of πŸ™‚

    bowfisherbowfisher
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    Things are about to get real weird!

    After so many years seeing this format I will probably go into cybershock!

    I mean really, I have been here longer than Ken!

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    in reply to: Fish ID? #1555180

    Quillback πŸ˜‰

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    I pretty much have shot and/or owned them all. I like a compound for the power to zip the arrow down deep to suspended fish if needed. A recurve is generally lighter, but a compound has better water penetration hands down. This said, I do have a compound bow specifically built for bowfishing with no let off and allows me to snap shoot if needed. Essentially its the same power at half draw as it is at full draw. Its definitely a give and take.

    Some of the newer compounds are really light, nearly as light as a wooden recurve. Most compounds are much more durable also. Bowfishing can be pretty rough on a nice recurve.

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    Floating jighead tipped with a minnow for me. Kinda irrelevant though as I suck at catching Walters.

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