The Darton Aquaforce compound bow provides the bowfishing aficionados with a bow that has been created specifically to cope with the quick draw and release required for the sport.
With molded cams, self bearing and stainless steel axles there isn’t much you can do to this bow while fishing that can cause a bow problem, water sure won’t.
The Aquaforce has all the standard mounting holes so all bow fishing accessory bolt right up.
Release Notes by Darton Archery about the Aquaforce
The first time you draw back the Aquaforce, you’ll notice this isn’t your average compound. This bow reaches its peak weight (adjustable 40# - 55#) early without strain and then lets down to a comfortable weight (20# - 27#) so you can complete the draw cycle (23” – 29 ½”) with minimum effort.
The string can be comfortably released anytime during the draw cycle with deadly results. This enables you to enjoy hours of shooting with plenty of penetrating power, just what you want when bow fishing. With molded cams, self lubricating bearing and stainless steel axles there isn’t much you can do to this bow while fishing that can cause a bow problem.
The only time you would want to adjust the draw length is if you were going to use an arrow shorter than 30”. You would then adjust its draw stop so you can’t overdraw the arrow. The Aquaforce has all the standard mounting holes so all bow fishing accessories easily bolt on.
Darton Aquaforce Specs
Draw Weights : 45-55 lbs
Draw Lengths : 23-29.5"
Axle to Axle : 31-1/12"
Brace Height : 7-7/8"
Mass Weight : 3.1 lbs
Effective Let Off : 40%
IBO Speed : n.a.
Take a look at the range of Darton Aquaforce compound bows for sale below. Make a selection to get more details about each bow that has been offered.
Darton AquaForce Bowfishing Bow 55 295 Adjustable Compound Bow Blue
Time Remaining: 17d 20h 30m
Buy It Now for only: $299.99
Darton Aquaforce Bow Fishing compound bow RHBlue 40 55 22 29 draw length
Time Remaining: 18d 21h 39m
Buy It Now for only: $233.99
For more bows to choose from by Darton Archery visit the Darton Compound Bows page.