I love spotting fish (especially for friends who have trouble seeing them), I love shooting at fish, I love an accurate shot on a fish, and I love reeling fish in. But my least favorite part is getting a heavy, flailing, stinky sewer bass off my arrow. Holding the arrow with one hand while reaching around to disengage the barbed point is a physical act I have not mastered, and I typically make a bloody, slimy mess on my clothes, the boat, or both. Thankfully, TRUGLO is making things easier. Early in 2019, the company unveiled its new Spring-Fisher point at the annual ATA Show in Louisville, Kentucky. The design is amazingly simple. Press down on the spring-loaded point to take pressure off the barbs, flip the barbs forward, and slide the arrow out of the fish—easy peasy lemon squeezy. No more loosening tips or unscrewing heads to reverse barbs, and more time nocking arrows and shooting fish. I'm still just as stinky and dirty after a long shoot as I've always been, but my friends say that's more of a hygiene problem than a bowfishing one. —B.R.