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Posted by klbryan17 on 09 December 2015 - 03:54 AM
I've heard stories of poeple shooting upwards of 30 and 40 Tilapia in a single night on Martin Lake. After several months of consistent fishing I can's seem to locate the large quantities of fish that everyone talks about. I've heard that they're supposed to be in hot water discharge around December all the way through February. Does anyone have any tips on how to locate the large amounts of Tiliapia that I have been hearing about?
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Posted by mattman on 07 February 2015 - 04:27 PM
never heard of them. Also when i see people using spinners they are alot bigger, i dont know if it for more line or better drag. but for $31 cant go to wrong. The only thing i would suggest is to always push your button when you knock your arrow, and then again before you shoot. if you tie to the end of the arrow, when you draw back your arrow should fall from your string. just knock your arrow reel all the extra and push your button. hope this helps. and good luck.
Posted by jasonsamko on 24 May 2014 - 05:13 PM
Took my kids bowfishing last night. I didnt even bring my bow. The kids rocked the bay for 3 hours and filled 2.5 barrels. My wife brought her bow but only shot a couple after the kids missed.
Best night ever watching them laugh and have the time of thier lives!
Posted by fr3db3ar on 06 January 2014 - 09:16 PM
Fre3d, you seen this style survival bracelet? I have seen different variations, can you do this kinda stuff? The fish hook is cool, but something bow fishing would be awesome!!!!
My bracelets just have the standard plastic buckles.
Posted by NuffDaddy on 28 November 2013 - 03:10 AM
I'll do a lot for a duck. Sat out in the snow earlier this week. Paid off though...got my limit of mallards pretty quick. My hands are pretty well immune to the cold now. I don't ever wear gloves except when setting or picking decoys.
Haha I'm not quite sure I would sit in 0 degrees for ducks yet. Maybe 34 not 0. By the time they fly in my hands are so cold I can't take my gloves off to shoot. Lol