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So, I am not new to archery, but I have always tried to be a “pick it up and shoot it” kind of shooter. Shooting mostly recurves, the compound bow in shoot fish with is my first. However I have become obsessed with my arrows not splashing when they hit The water. I have researched it a bit, lurking here and other places, and so far I have read the following:
raise or lower the nock
raise or lower the rest
tune to paper
tune to water

so which is it? Is there one truth? Is it all of them? I want to tune my bow, but conflicting information leaves me feeling, conflicted. For reference, I am shooting a Cajun Sucker Punch at about 42#, AMS TNT retriever, Innerlock arrow (so I can remove the barb entirely in I want), and a AMS rest, I forget the name, it has wheel.
 

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When I first started these videos from Dustin really helped me out.
setting up a bowfishing bow -
tuning a bow for an ams bottle -
 

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Rambo is good stuff i think you need a better rest but that's my op. I'm a fan of shelf style rest my self
 
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