Best Bowfishing Bow For The Money
So, you’re looking for a bowfishing bow but need a little guidance to help you choose the right one. Whether you’re new to bowfishing or have been doing it all your life it’s nice to get some help and guidance before buying. Before diving straight into our list of the best bowfishing bow for the money we need to look into some different features to look out for when selecting a bow.
What Makes A Good Bowfishing Bow
Draw weight is probably the most important specification when choosing any rod and you need to make sure you choose the right one for what you’re going to be doing. The draw weight is the force it takes to draw the string of the bow back. Therefore, it also has to be suitable for you and what you’re capable of.
Since bowfishing involves you constantly moving to hunt fish you want to make sure the weight of the bow is suitable for you to carry. If you’re going to be walking or wading through the water for hours you want to a bow you’re actually going to be able to carry comfortably.
Our List Of The Best Bowfishing Bow For The Money
Now we’ve spoken about some specifications when choosing a bowfishing bow we can now get to the good part. Here is our list of the best bowfishing bows on the market in no particular order.
The newly release PSE Mudd Dawg is the perfect kit for bowfishing as it includes everything you need to get started. It features a very cool camouflage design and a 40lb draw weight which is comfortable for most users. The kit includes an AMS retriever reel with fishing line, snapshot rest, one arrow with AMS safety stop and safety slide. The weight of the bow is 3.2lb making it very light, it has a draw length of up to 30 inches. This bow supports both left and right-handed users.
- Everything you need to start
- Beginner friendly
- Cool camouflage
- Supports left and right-handed
- Expensive compared to other kits
The Cajun Bowfishing Sucker Punch Bow comes as a package which is ready to fish out the box. As well as the bow, you get the Cajun Winch Pro Reel, fishing biscuit arrow rest and 2 white fibreglass arrows. The draw weight is 50lb and making it very suitable for most people. The bow is 32.35 inches long having a 17 to 31-inch draw length. You can get this bow for right and left handed so its suitable for everyone who could be using it.
- Very smooth draw
- Comes as a package, everything you need to start
- Ready to fish out the box
- No place to add sight if you wanted one
The PSE Kingfisher bow has an all-season camo paintwork giving it a sleek and pleasant look. This bow sadly only supports right-handed users however we still feel it deserves a place on our list. The draw weight is 45lb making it suitable for the majority of people using. The reel drum included holds 66 feet of 60lb line which is all you’ll need when bowfishing. This kit also comes with finger savers to give you extra protection.
- Comes as a kit, everything you need to start
- Very attractive camo paintwork
- Heavy compared to other bows on the market
- Right-handed only
- Only a 2-year warranty
The Cajun Fish Stick Bow is a recurve bow with a 45lb draw weight. The bow features a strong, lightweight machined aluminium 20″ riser with composite limbs, this makes it light an ideal setup for moving. This is a very strong bow which has a D97 bowstring, furthermore, it has a cool Kryptek camo which is very attractive. The kit also comes with a reel drum which can hold 50 feet of 80lb line, roller arrow rest and finger savers. In addition to the drum and the finger savers, you get a fibreglass fish arrow with a Piranha point.
- Comes as a kit, ready to fish
- Cool camo paint
- Right-handed only
- No instructions on how to put together
This concludes our list for what we think is the best bowfishing bow for the money. We hope we helped you to decide what one you’re going to choose. Be sure to check out our other posts for future purchases.