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#1323907 - Wed Sep 09 2009 02:19 AM Re: Shoots that cater to traditional archery [Re: Punkinhead]
MONKEYBALL Offline
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Registered: Sun Jan 04 2009
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Loc: CENTRAL PENNA.
SHADE MOUNTAIN ARCHERY CLUB, IT IS THIS FRI. SAT. SUN.
2 3D COURSES SPAGHETTI SUPPER SAT. $6.00 ALL YOU CAN EAT,NOVELTIES,DEALERS,AND A LOT OF FUN. LOCATED IN BEAVERTOWN
CALL 570-473-1754 FOR INFO.
Thanks,
Craig

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#1325114 - Wed Sep 09 2009 10:15 PM Re: Shoots that cater to traditional archery [Re: Punkinhead]
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Loc: NW Pennsylvania
Just got a flyer on this one: Timber Lake Traditional Archery Deer Season Warm-Up and Fishing Day. Both archery and fishing on Saturday Sept. 26th and archery only on Sunday, Sept. 27th. This is advertised as a family affair and Kids 16 and under are admitted free. Location: Timber Lake Lodge, Rockland Hunting Reserve, 394 Titus Road, Kennerdell, PA. For more details call Jack @ 814-498-2701 (or 814-758-1061) and Ron @ 814-498-2222 (or 814-673-9178).

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#1325165 - Wed Sep 09 2009 10:48 PM Re: Shoots that cater to traditional archery [Re: bowbenderpa01]
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Loc: Ima Clarkonian!
You know, George, if you weren't goofing off on the computer, you could have been shooting with Bull and I tonight! He shot better than last week and neither of us lost an arrow! He still can't get past that target panic.
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#1327171 - Fri Sep 11 2009 01:13 AM Re: Shoots that cater to traditional archery [Re: Buckethead]
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Steve, yeah I know. Always enjoy shooting with you and Bull but I had to work a little later last night. Plus, with neither of you losing an arrow you were probably around the course before I could have got there. How was the trip to camp? You and the Bullster shooting next week?

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#1327333 - Fri Sep 11 2009 03:14 AM Re: Shoots that cater to traditional archery [Re: bowbenderpa01]
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I'll be there. Bull gave his standard "The way I shot tonight, I don't know" He's shooting that ABO trad shoot in Erie this weekend as is Jarred, Iris and her husband.
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#1328685 - Fri Sep 11 2009 09:09 PM Re: Shoots that cater to traditional archery [Re: Buckethead]
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I may make it Wednesday. Guess the IBO Trad Shoot this weekend at the Gem City Club in McKean, PA (off I79 near Erie) will be a nice event with some big names and vendors. Counting the Erie members, I believe there will be quite a few Bowbenders there. Also hear that Rainbow Archery Club, outside of Franklin has the Bowhunter Weekend this Saturday and Sunday. However, I think it is open to both wheel and trad bow shooters.

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#1590279 - Mon Jan 25 2010 11:09 PM Re: Shoots that cater to traditional archery [Re: bowbenderpa01]
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For any traditional shooters in the Mercer County area, the Bowbenders Club is shooting indoors at Bill's Field and Stream (Rt. 18, past the Shenango Dam towards Greenville) on Sunday afternoons 4 - 6. The cost is $6 and goes directly to Bill's. Don't have to be a member to shoot, so come on out, we would like to meet you. Ask for George, Bull, Calvin or Gary. P.S. MISS YOU BUCKETHEAD.

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#1755175 - Tue May 18 2010 08:40 PM Re: Shoots that cater to traditional archery [Re: Punkinhead]
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Registered: Sun Jun 03 2007
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Loc: Schuylkill county,PA
Lots of good info here,thanks.
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#1824067 - Tue Jul 27 2010 05:12 PM Re: Shoots that cater to traditional archery [Re: ratgunner]
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#1863783 - Sun Aug 29 2010 11:33 AM Re: Shoots that cater to traditional archery [Re: Punkinhead]
bowfish Offline
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Registered: Sat Apr 03 2004
Posts: 76
I too like Baltimore Bowman's! You would think that you are in northern PA by the scenic courses set up. I made a selfbow there one year at a class. Each year is entertainment such as Byron Ferguson. Great Shoot!

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