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    Pond Scum
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    Talking Kids Bow

    I want to get my son out this year with me shooting some fish. He is 10 now and finally passed the swimming lessons . I have looked for some youth bows but haven't found anything that will work for him. He is like dad, right handed by left eye dominate. All the bows I have found that would fit him are right handed only. He is pretty small for his age. Anyone have any good suggestions on a good compound bow that is left handed? Learning to shoot right handed isn't an option, I tried that already.

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    My son. 8 turning 9 is shooting a Diamond Infinite edge. He's also left eye dominant and shoots a left handed bow. Its totally foreign for me as I'm right eye dominant. But at least I got a shooting buddy that doesn't want to shoot on the same side of the platform as I do.

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    Silver Carp
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    mission radik is an awesome bow!

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    Pond Scum
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    thanks guys, I will look into both of them.

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    I have a Diamond Infinite Edge and a Bear Apprentice 2 that my 8 year old shoots. The Diamond is a nice little light weight bow, but has no where near the punch the Bear has at the same draw weight. The bear is larger and heavier though. I have let him try shooting fish with the Diamond and the arrow will not penetrate. The bear will pass through in shallow water with the same arrow.

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    Needle Nose Gar
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    I'm a big fan of the pse discovery 2. Packs a lot of punch at low poundage.

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    Gator Gar
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    I would start with something like the Mission Crazes or the Diamonds. They are crazy adjustable and are available in lefties

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    Common Carp
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    X2 on the Radik, in my opinion the best new kids bow on the market just got one for my duaghter, at 3 lbs only one lbs more the then the genisis but adjustable for the years to come. I own several Menice's and Crazes as well from Mission, can't go wrong.

    Also she is Right handed and left eye dominant which is true for both my kids. about a month to special order a Radik depending on color, she wanted purple.

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