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New TRUGLO Bowfishing EZ•Rest

Brush-style bowfishing arrow rest and kits designed for simplicity and reliability.

New TRUGLO Bowfishing EZ•Rest

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TRUGLO, Inc. recently introduced the EZ•REST — a brush-style arrow rest designed for simple tuning, operation, and use in the field. Now, a bowfishing-specific version of the popular EZ•REST is available for archers who enjoy the summer thrill of bowfishing.

The bowfishing variant of the EZ•REST incorporates an adjustable brush-style rest that is rugged and waterproof. The captured-brush design provides full containment of the arrow regardless of the bow's position or arrow angle. The thick single-density bristles are designed to support the heavier weight of fiberglass bowfishing arrows. Bright green loading guides also make it easier for bowfishermen to see the rest and load arrows in low light conditions.

The new bowfishing EZ•REST is available as a stand-alone item (TG681B1), as well as in two separate bowfishing kits that are designed to quickly transform an old hunting bow into a dedicated bowfishing rig. One kit (TG140F6G) includes two TRUGLO SPEED•SHOT™ bowfishing arrows, and the second kit (TG140F5G) includes two new TRUGLO SPRING•FISHER™ bowfishing arrows.Both kits also include pre-installed sliding safety systems and nocks.

  • Brush-style rest
  • Full containment
  • Rugged and waterproof
  • Black finish with green loading guides
  • Lightweight composite construction
  • Fully adjustable windage and elevation
  • Laser-engraved reference marks
  • Center hole diameter equals .325”
  • Compatible with all bowfishing arrows and arrow safety/retention systems.
  • TG681B1 (Bowfishing EZ•REST™); MSRP: $23.99
  • TG140F5G (SPRING•FISHER™/EZ•REST™ Kit); MSRP: $70.99
  • TG140F6G (SPEED•SHOT™/EZ•REST™ Kit); MSRP: $58.99

ABOUT TRUGLO®: TRUGLO, Inc. is the global leader in fiber-optic technology and accessories for the shooting sports industry. Now celebrating over 25 years of innovation, TRUGLO continues its tradition of providing technologically advanced ideas for shooting, hunting, and outdoor enthusiasts. TRUGLO’s commitment to conservation groups and youth programs supports the future of the industry and lifestyle we love and value. TRUGLO – When Brightness Counts. Based in Richardson, Texas. www.truglo.com


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