AMS Tidal Wave® Rest

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AMS Tidal Wave® Rest

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Nearly fully enclosed arrow rest keeps your arrow in place, no matter what!

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At AMS Bowfishing, we spend as many hours as we can on the water doing what we love to do, bowfish. So looking for ways to make our products better comes naturally. Here we have taken our very popular Wave Rest and made it even better.  The new Tidal Wave Rest has a nearly fully enclosed capture around the arrow to prevent it from falling away from the bow when sudden shots are taken. Just "snap" the arrow into the rest and you're ready for action. Made in America!


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Best rest out there!
The Tidal Wave is affordable, brutal tough and shoot very true! A TRUE no worry rest! Install it and forget it!! Go bowfishing!! I've got tidal waves I've used for YEARS AND YEARS...matter of fact my first Tidal Wave has lasted through 3 bows! And still in use to this day!! Review by Brian / (Posted on 3/9/2017)
The AMS tidal wave rest is the best rest on the market. There is no drag on your arrow as you release. It stays in the rest no matter how you hold your bow. It is easy to load the arrow in the rest which I love for tournament shooting, it is by far the best rest you will ever buy!! Review by mud / (Posted on 3/8/2017)
REST Assured!
The Tidal Wave is the first thing that I add to bowfishing bows these days. This rest provides the self-centering, zero drag arrow placement on your bowfishing bow. Are you moving around a lot in the boat? Laying your bow down between shots? Maybe you've just got a case of the figits? No problem, the Tidal Wave is an arrow-capturing system that will keep you arrow on your bow and on the string until you upright the bow and your arrow automatically falls onto the wheeled base. If you're setting up a bow, then you'll really appreciate the clear, high contrast markings that will make Left/Right movements very trackable and smooth. Rugged simplicity: I like that! Review by HillJackJDS / (Posted on 3/8/2017)