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DTro

Well that was kind of fun.

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On my way home from work today, I spotted a familiar face, so I stopped to say hi. Next thing I know, I'm pulling back a bow and letting an arrow fly into my first BowFish.

It took a bit of fumbling around to get the release figured out, but first shot was a winner.

As you can see, I was dressed for the occasion too grin.gif

Thanks Eddie

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If I never do it again I'll have a 100% hit ratio

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 Originally Posted By: dtro
If I never do it again I'll have a 100% hit ratio

Better quit while you're ahead!

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 Originally Posted By: dtro
If I never do it again I'll have a 100% hit ratio

How can you even tell yourself that your not going to do it again!!!

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I was a little surprised to see that you actually got one on your first shot. I missed one on my first shot that day. I still think you should have taken your trophy home to your wife grin.gif

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Heck, she could have cooked it up for you DTRO. Nothing like a fresh fish meal.

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to buy a reel like that its a little over 70$ and with an aarow depends on witch one you get...most of them are around 20 bucks for a nicer one. but the reel is definatly worth it...better than those cheep ones that will break take for ever to get wound back up, ect. its all worth the money! totally

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EC30_06......Im new to the area and live in Lonsdale... I have an AMS reel and would love to go shoot some rough fish around our area... send me an email and lets hook up to go shoot some if you know where we could find any.....KPfly12@hotmail.com

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