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AMS "Fire Eagle" Bowfishing Bow

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AMS "Fire Eagle" Bowfishing Bow

Make & Model

Brand:
AMS
Model:
Fire Eagle
MSRP ($):
345.00

The complete bow for bowfishing, the AMS "Fire Eagle" has all stainless steel hardware to prevent corrosion while using your bow in wet environments. The exclusive 50# split limbs, special limb pockets,  and perimeter weighted dual cam system gives the Fire Eagle all the features any serious bow angler would need.

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AMS Fire Eagle Bowfishing Bow

The AMS Fire Eagle has been my bowfishing bow for several years. It has held up well to mud, blood and more abuse than I care to admit. I have shot multiple bows and this is one hard hitting beast. There is no let-off so as you draw the bow the weight gradually hits its maximum and stays there. This allows you to short draw the bow in shallow water or over rocks where you do not want the full force of the arrow on the target. It has all stainless rigging so it is good for coastal regions or salt water. My only problem with this bow was the handle. It had a squared off edge that was not very comfortable but a little sanding and wrapping with rubber tape helped it out a lot. The Fire Eagle is good for multiple shooters since there is no draw stop to hit in the draw cycle. It is light enough for all night or all day shoots and throws an arrow with a lot of authority. It is drilled for either a reel seat or for a bottle style reel and any type of rest will work well with it. I used the Muzzy “Fish Hook” rest on mine and it did its job. I believe AMS is reworking the Fire Eagle into a new offering but these are still available. The new bow is called the “Swamp Thing” but has the exact same specs.

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Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
  • Salwater Flats
  • Saltwater Bays
Used:
30+ times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
stainless hardware
Cons:
handle is uncomfortable
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