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Old 03-02-2007, 05:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 07 Sullys Catalogs Are In!

Just got a case of the new Sully`s Bowfishin Stuff catalogs for the upcoming shows. Good thing cause we just ran out of the 06 issue!
Some cool new things in it, namely.........

1] A new Onieda Bowfishing bow with "Night Assassin Camo"
Looks real nice and has all stainless hardware for $495. Only 3lb 10oz in weight.

2]The new Evotec bowfishing bow . Looks kinda like a Barracuda. Evans going to run out and get one I bet $295.

3]The Wet Shot neoprene bowfishing glove. Yes.....the same one torture tested on stingray by Jeff Think JP been lookin for one of these. $29.99....no ups....no extras!

Also got the new retreivers cheaper than Ive seen them anywhere by $10, Innerloc points and all the other stuff thats always been in there.
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2]The new Evotec bowfishing bow . Looks kinda like a Barracuda. Evans going to run out and get one I bet $295.
Sorry Ejoe, I really don't understand the hype with this bow. With my draw length the finger pinch on the Barracuda (32" ATA) is excruciating after a few shots. The Evotec is 34" ATA, only 2" longer than the Barracuda (compared to about 47" on my Onieda). I really don't think it's going to shoot that much different than the Barracuda. Somebody tell me I'm wrong. And bowfishing arrows just naturally fly out of an Oneida. With the Barracuda I had to spend hours trying to tune the thing and arrows still don't fly as consistently as the Oneida untuned. As they say, just my experience, YMMV.
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I shot your Barracuda and didnt like it at all. Finger pinch and didnt feel balanced. Ill stick to recurves
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I refrain from totally discrediting the Barracuda because there's such a large following for it. So maybe there's something about it I just don't get. I'm certainly no expert on bowfishing, I've only been into it a year and a half. But when the Oneidas and recurves work so well for bowfishing why should I bother? Let the folks that like the Barracuda enjoy it and meanwhile I'll enjoy my Oneida. Actually I'd rather shoot a recurve because of its simplicity but I need the letoff and power of the Oneida, I don't have the strength to pull a recurve with the draw weight I would want to shoot. My ideal bow would be Ejoe's Black Widow. I've seen what it can do in competent hands. But regrettably it's not for me.
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Those Oneidas are by far the best compound bowfishing bow. Think Im going to get one of the new ones myself. I like all kinds of bows
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