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at the moment, i have a 1990 bear whitetail legend compound bow its weight range is 50-70# i believe. this thing is heavy for an all night trip. i want a different bow, one that is lighter and shorter. but i could deal with the length if i had a recurve. the thing is, i dont know anything about bowfishing bows other than the reels and such. also, i dont have much money. what should i be looking for? the pse kingfisher looks like it wouldnt be very long but i have read that they are heavy too... any advice?
 

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I have fished with a kingfisher for a long time they are pretty long but they shoot real nice. The arent too heavy but they arent too light you can def fish with one all night I have done it many times in the past. They are really cheap too
 

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I have fished with a kingfisher for a long time they are pretty long but they shoot real nice. The arent too heavy but they arent too light you can def fish with one all night I have done it many times in the past. They are really cheap too
yea, i was thinkin about them because they are cheap..

when you store a kingfisher, is there anything special you have to do to it to preserve the limbs?
 

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Little Killer and I both shoot Discoverys and really like them. You should be able to find one under $200 which is a sweet deal for how good the bow is for fishing!
 

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If you're looking for a recurve I bought a Samick Sage off of 3 rivers archery.. GREAT bow!!! And it's $130 bucks new!! It's a real shooter too!! But if you're looking for a compound... Then it depends on what you are wanting to spend!!



 
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