AMS Bowfishing EverGlide Safety Slides Brand Arrow Slides Orange 2 Pk – The Reel Shot

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AMS Bowfishing EverGlide Safety Slides Brand Arrow Slides Orange 2 Pk

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About AMS Bowfishing EverGlide Safety Slides Brand Arrow Slides Orange 2 Pk

The AMS Bowfishing EverGlide Arrow Slides are a must for any serious bow fisherman. These slides safely keep your line in front of your bow, so when you take your shot you eliminate the risk of ...

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The AMS Bowfishing EverGlide Arrow Slides are a must for any serious bow fisherman. These slides safely keep your line in front of your bow, so when you take your shot you eliminate the risk of catching your bowstring or arrow rest. Ultra strong, these slide have proven themselves helping successfully take big fish of up to 300 lbs!

  • 2 per pakc
  • 5/16" diameter

Simply nock your arrow with the arrow slide in front, tighten the line to the reel and shoot. As you draw back, the Safety Slide® will stay stationary in front of the rest. Upon release, the slide moves back to the tail of the arrow and stops at the shock pad, giving you perfect arrow flight. Always use an arrow slide, never tie your line directly to the tail of your arrow. Lines tied in such a way can tangle unexpectedly with the bowstring and cause the arrow to “snap back” after the shot. AMS EverGlide® Safety Slides® prevent “snap back” by keeping your bowfishing line separated from your bowstring at all times. Be safe, use AMS EverGlide® Safety Slides®. Made in America. Cautionary Note for Spin Cast Users! Proper use of AMS EverGlide® Safety Slides® with spin cast reels will prevent arrow snap back caused by the line tying itself to the bowstring. However, it’s use may cause you to forget to release the bail on your spin cast reel which can cause another change of arrow “snap back”. Don’t forget to release the bail on your spin cast reel before every shot! (AMS Retrievers® have no bail or button to push before the shot, just draw, aim and shoot!)