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Bohning Bowfishing Kit

   

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This high-quality Bohning Bowfishing Kit contains all the accessories a bowfisherman needs for a successful bowfishing trip. This kit includes a retrievable Lightning Reel, glass fish arrow with RuffNeck fish point and AMS Safety Slide™ System, and 50’ spool of 80lb braided bowfishing line. Plus, an informative bowfishing tip booklet is included.
Manufacturer model #:1023

  • Everything needed to equip a bow for bowfishing
  • Lightning Reel
  • fiberglass fish arrow equipped with RuffNeck fish point
  • AMS Safety Slide system
  • 50' of 80 lb braided fishing line
  • Bowfishing tip booklet
Rated 2.8 out of 5 by 9 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by bowfishing I ordered the Bohnig Bowfishing Kit and was able to get to use it in just 5 days after I ordered it. I didn't expect to get it that quick.Well I had a chance to go after Alligator Gar and was able to land one on my very first shot. "Got Lucky" anyway it worked awesome, had no problems what so ever. Would recommend to any one. July 15, 2010
Rated 1 out of 5 by Waste of Time, Money, and Effort I have never been so disappointed in a product that I have bought from a sporting goods store. Ever. Bass Pro should stop carrying this product immediately. Between every shot you either have to completely disassemble the stupid thing because the line has gotten tangled inside of the two piece plastic reel, or you have to re-tighten the nuts trying to prevent the line from getting tangled. My friends reel virtually exploded after taking like 4 shots and he had to spend over a half hour just trying to find all the pieces so he could attempt to put it back together. I spent twice as much time fixing this piece of junk as I did actually shooting. While this kit looks like a good option to give bowfishing a try while on a budget, it's not. You're more likely to just get burned out and give up bowfishing altogether. Buy something else... Anything else... Try something with an winding mechanism. Don't make the same mistake I did. May 2, 2010
Rated 1 out of 5 by Junk! this is one of things where the more You spend the more/better You get. I should have just got the AMS or Zebco reels. The thing came apart about a dozen times and was very annoying. August 9, 2009
Rated 2 out of 5 by Not Great Not bad if you dont plan on doing serious bowfishing, the only problem is having to hand wind the line every time you shoot and the cheap quality. Any one who actually wants to do any real bowfishing should opt for an AMS Retriever, best bowfishing setup I've ever used. April 3, 2009
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i used a homemade rig off a twenty oz pop bottle, it threw my shot off a little, i imagine this thing will too, it is bigger with more of a lip than the bottle. i also noticed it slows the arrow down as it unwinds. i'd go with the retriever pro, like i did eventually. but if you like it get it and practice then it won't matter cause you can compensate
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Is good for anything that swims! but I would not suggest going after bass or blue gill with, most states it is only legal to bow fish for non game fish, like Carp and Gar! I would check your local Fish & Game Regulations before doing so!
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most state regulated lakes don't allow bowfishing of gamefish, might check it out before shooting bass with it.
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I am interested in purchasing this kit, but after reading some of the reviews am a little skeptical about it. I plan to be bow fishing often on Lake Elsinore in Southern California, when the carp are up on shore in water less than 8 inches deep. Is this the right kit to look at, or should I go with a different product like an AMS reel?
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If you mean often as in more than 4-5 times a month, I would definately go with another product. The Bohning is decent if your just wanting to have a little fun, but if your wanting to get a little more serious about it, I would go with this. >>>
http://www.basspro.com/AMSBowfishing-Retriever-Pro-Bowfishing-Reel-Combo-Kit/product/101229/-1586792
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I would say this would be a good choice. You might order the product and if it does not work send the unit back. Of course, our “No Hassle” 30 day money back guarantee still applies.
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