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Drilling Carp with a Slingbow is Even Better in Slow Motion

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Shooting carp off of a bridge with a slingbow isn’t easy, but it can be done. Here’s how.

Slingbow users everywhere understand how useful a tool it is, how deadly it can beand especially how accurate they are.

Here’s one fellow with a dead-eye that knows how to play the angles and plunge his arrow right through a carp.

How did he even see that fish?

Watch this and find out:

That’s some mighty fine shooting, mister! It wasn’t even a sure thing until you see his line start to straighten out, then you knew he hit the target!

In some places carp absolutely may not be returned to the water, and where legal, bowfishing is one of the best ways to remove them.

When you can shoot off of a bridge like this guy, carp everywhere are starting to get nervous.

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Drilling Carp with a Slingbow is Even Better in Slow Motion