Bowhunters March 7 ASA GA & Al State Qualifier

Bowhunters Supply will hold a GA & Alabama ASA state qualifier on Saturday, March 7 in Bowdon, GA. All ASA classes will be honored. Don’t forget about the Shooter of the Year for Ga. State ASA this year, so come out and get them points. Also you can come shoot for fun. Hope to see everyone March 7th for some good times!!!

We are located at:
Bowhunters Supply Store
1385 East Highway 166
Bowdon, GA 30108

3D Archery Shoots – February 14-15, 2015

2 Great 3D Archery State Qualifier Shoots Coming Up This Weekend!

Sweetwater Archery Club 3D Tournament   

When: Saturday 2-14-2015

Time: Sign up any time between 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. (EST)
(As long as you have payed and going to the first target by 2:00 you can shoot.)


Sweetwater Archery Club
7201 Cedar Mountain Road
Winston, Ga. 30187

(Across from the Douglasville Animal Shelter and the Douglasville Landfill)

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River Bottom Outdoors

When: Sunday 2-15-2015

Time: Sign up any time between 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. (EST)

(As long as you have payed and going to the first target by 2:00 you can shoot.)


River Bottom Outdoors
15475 GA. Hwy 34
Franklin, GA 30217

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Two of our Young Shooters – Vegas Experience

We arrived at South Point Thursday for the Vegas Shoot along with 2800 other contestants from around the world. The entire resort was all things archery. Kristen and Kaeley both practiced Friday night shooting 10 rounds each and excited about Saturday’s match.

Kristen was nervous as the competition started but after the first couple shots, she found her spot and was in her groove. She recognized some people from other shoots and started to smile and relax. Kaeley is a free spirit and just wants to shoot. She was there to have fun and do what she loves. She didn’t know anyone she was shooting with but quickly made friends.
Kaeley shooting youth rounded out her first day coming in 16th with some stiff competition. Kristen was shooting young adult and at the end of the first day, some of her competitors were in the high 290’s.

After having dinner surrounded by Pros, they wanted to practice a little and then rest for day 2. The practice turned into 10 ends of side by side competition between 2 sisters. The practice range was packed but as far as they were concerned, it was just the 2 of them. They wanted to go again until Dad reminded them about rest and waking up at 6am the next morning.

Saturday started more relaxed with both girls smiling as they joined their new friends on the line. The smiles disappeared when the whistle blew and competition began.
Neither of the girls ended up placing but had an awesome experience.
The 5 hour drive home was constant chatter about the shoot.  Usually one or both at least place if not win. They were both humbled and challenged by this shoot. Both are “practicing ” in the back yard and now focused on their next shoot at Tulare in 2 weeks.

“Practicing” consists of smack talk and harsh competition with the low score picking up the others chores. Works for me!