Browning Barracuda Compound Bow
When it comes to bow fishing bows the Browning Barracuda sits high up in the list, providing tremendous performance from an attractive piece of equipment.
Featuring the Hypermax Cam system that allows for constant draw, this is a powerful yet compact compound bow. The bow is a rarity for its draw weight and its agility and feather weight.
The Barracuda is a very affordable bow that is surprisingly powerful for a bow that is light on in weight.
For a good bow fishing bow to work properly so that it gains maximum penetration into the water, the arrow must be released in a perfectly straight line. The Barracuda achieves this requirement easily.
It is still possible to find some inexpensive Browning Barracuda compound bows if you are prepared to look for them.
Browse through the various Browning Barracuda compound bows that have been displayed for sale below. You will also find a list of bow features further down the page as well as the bow specifications to give you a good idea of the type of bow that is being reviewed and offered here.
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Hypermax Cam System;
AquaFlage film-dipped water camo
Browning Barracuda Specs
Draw Weight: 30-40#
Brace Height: 6-1/2”
Mass Weight: 2.6 lbs.
Draw Length: 14”-30”
IBO Speed: n/a
What They're Saying About the Browning Barracuda
Even out of the water it is a powerful accurate bow. On the water it is the stuff. You can snap shoot with no deflection. I'm not a technical guy so I'm not sure how to put it in words, but, no matter how you shoot it the arrow goes straight into the water. Like a bullet! Hold it off to the side, snap shoot from half draw and that arrow just slips right into the water.
Since getting a barracuda, I haven't even picked it up. The Barracuda is nice. The is no let-off, so it acts like a recurve. You are able to draw back 12" and still make a good shot, the same as drawing all the way back. Pound for pound, its supposed to have more energy. Ex. Barracuda @ 35# = Recurve at 45#.