Bowfishing is becoming more popular.
Indiana is blessed with numerous rivers and reservoirs that offer excellent bowfishing opportunities. The Wabash River, the East and West forks of the White River, the Ohio River, Brookville Lake, Lake Monroe and Patoka Lake are some of the larger and better-known waters where bowfishing thrives.
Another big aspect of bowfishing is traveling. Hooking the boat up and hitting the highway in search of new waters teaming with rough fish is what trips the triggers of a lot of bowfishermen. If you’re looking for a few out-of-town destinations to bowfish, here are five I recommend.