Bear Archery Co

Bear Archery Co Sucker Punch Pro Bowfishing Bow Package

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Bear Archery Co Sucker Punch Pro Bowfishing Bow Package


Meet the new 2022 Cajun Sucker Punch Pro, designed and engineered for ultimate performance in confined bowfishing spaces. This compact 31" axle-to-axle bow is extremely lightweight and easy-to-maneuver in tight places, providing you with a more enjoyable bowfishing experience. Built on a complete new platform, the Sucker Punch Pro features a new riser and limb design, along with being more compact and lighter than the original Sucker Punch. The deep cam grooves are designed to prevent string derailment, providing you with the utmost confidence in your bowfishing equipment. Perfectly balanced and packing a mean punch, the Sucker Punch Pro has ultimate adjustability with interchangeable draw modules; a constant draw and 17 to 29.5" draw length specific module with 65% let off. With 20-50-pound draw weight range, it provides easy shooting, allowing you to enjoy an all-day or night trip on the water.


  • Shoot All-Day or Night: Features 65% let off with the draw length specific module and a 6-3/8" brace height, offering a smooth and easy shooting bow
  • Innovative Camo Finish: New Glow in The Dark Cajun Camo
  • Performance & Comfort: Includes constant draw and draw length specific modules, along with Cajun Blister Buster finger pads
  • Maximum Versatility: Compact 31" axle-to-axle and lightweight
  • Ready to Fish: RTF Kit includes Cajun Winch Pro Reel, Brush Fire Arrow Rest, (1) Red Fiberglass Piranha Arrow, along with Sight and Riser Mounted Picatinny Rail/Line Puller


  • Let Off: 65%
  • Draw Length: 17-29.5
  • Brace Height: 6.375"
  • Axle-to-Axle: 31"
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