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Cajun "Sucker Punch" Bowfishing Bow

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Sucker Punch
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The Cajun "Sucker Punch" bow is designed to meet the demands of serious bow fishermen. The bow's 35.25" axle to axle length allows for comfortable shooting all day or all night without finger pinch. The Sucker Punch weighs a mere 3.2 lbs. making this bow fishing bow a dream to hold for hours and hours.



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Cajun Sucker Punch Bowfishing Bow

The Cajun “Sucker Punch” caught my eye the first time a saw it. I did not “need” a new bowfishing rig, but I had a serious case of the WANTS! As soon as it came in I was in love. My other bow has a handle that was uncomfortable from the start, the Sucker Punch handle is small and smooth and reminds me of high end hunting or target bows. This bow gives you the option of no let-off for snap style shooting or has a draw stop module with let-off. I really like that for the days when I am shooting in full sun and can’t afford extra movement that will scare my quarry. I can draw when a fish is headed toward me and hold till it is close enough to shoot. It is also very light and I can hold it for the entire hunt without wearing out. I have owned and shot multiple bows designed for bowfishing and each had something that I did not like about it. The Cajun Sucker Punch broke that mold. I have yet to find an issue with it and liked it so much that I sold my other bow. I even ordered another one for my son and will be selling his old bow. I outfitted it with a Quick Draw rest, a Muzzy Anchor reel seat and the Muzzy XD reel. This bow has already stacked the gar and carp up this spring and we are just getting started!

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Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
  • Salwater Flats
  • Saltwater Bays
7-15 times

Pros & Cons

very light
only wish i bought it sooner
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