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Cloverdale Traditional Nationals

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Vaguely 07-Feb-22
Clydebow 07-Feb-22
Grumpy Jim 07-Feb-22
Pappy 1952 08-Feb-22
r.grider 08-Feb-22
BigStriper1 08-Feb-22
Vaguely 08-Feb-22
Vaguely 14-Feb-22
waterlogged 14-Feb-22
Tradarcherychamp 14-Feb-22
Clydebow 14-Feb-22
waterlogged 14-Feb-22
Vaguely 14-Feb-22
BigStriper1 14-Feb-22
Clydebow 14-Feb-22
Vaguely 14-Feb-22
BigStriper1 14-Feb-22
Vaguely 10-Mar-22
YH2268 10-Mar-22
dnovo 11-Mar-22
pops 11-Mar-22
BigStriper1 12-Mar-22
Grumpy Jim 12-Mar-22
Nomad 12-Mar-22
David Mitchell 12-Mar-22
David Mitchell 12-Mar-22
Nomad 12-Mar-22
BigStriper1 12-Mar-22
BigStriper1 12-Mar-22
David Mitchell 12-Mar-22
Vaguely 21-Mar-22
Grumpy Jim 21-Mar-22
BigStriper1 28-Mar-22
BigStriper1 13-Apr-22
Vaguely 13-Apr-22
BigStriper1 13-Apr-22
BigStriper1 23-Apr-22
BigStriper1 06-May-22
BigStriper1 17-May-22
Nomad 17-May-22
otis 18-May-22
Dano 18-May-22
JusPassin 18-May-22
Nomad 18-May-22
Jbranham5173 18-May-22
Vaguely 19-May-22
Pappy 1952 20-May-22
Vaguely 20-May-22
Vaguely 20-May-22
Vaguely 20-May-22
waterlogged 21-May-22
Jbranham5173 21-May-22
David Mitchell 21-May-22
waterlogged 21-May-22
YH2268 21-May-22
David Mitchell 22-May-22
BigStriper1 23-May-22
Grumpy Jim 25-May-22
BigStriper1 25-May-22
BigStriper1 26-May-22
Grumpy Jim 28-May-22
BigStriper1 29-May-22
BigStriper1 31-May-22
T Hunt 31-May-22
BigStriper1 31-May-22
Clydebow 31-May-22
Grumpy Jim 01-Jun-22
BigStriper1 01-Jun-22
BigStriper1 02-Jun-22
BigStriper1 02-Jun-22
Vaguely 02-Jun-22
BigStriper1 03-Jun-22
BigStriper1 05-Jun-22
Earl Mason 06-Jun-22
Earl Mason 06-Jun-22
Earl Mason 06-Jun-22
Dano 06-Jun-22
David Mitchell 06-Jun-22
Vaguely 06-Jun-22
David Mitchell 06-Jun-22
Grumpy Jim 07-Jun-22
nock nock 07-Jun-22
Dano 07-Jun-22
waterlogged 07-Jun-22
Mule/IN 07-Jun-22
David Mitchell 07-Jun-22
waterlogged 07-Jun-22
Babysaph 07-Jun-22
Earl Mason 07-Jun-22
YH2268 07-Jun-22
babysaph 07-Jun-22
BigStriper1 08-Jun-22
Clydebow 08-Jun-22
Skeets 08-Jun-22
01ARCHER86 09-Jun-22
Dano 09-Jun-22
Clydebow 09-Jun-22
jason miller 09-Jun-22
Nomad 10-Jun-22
dnovo 10-Jun-22
Clydebow 10-Jun-22
Bentstick81 10-Jun-22
otis 10-Jun-22
Bentstick81 10-Jun-22
Bentstick81 10-Jun-22
jason miller 10-Jun-22
jason miller 10-Jun-22
Vaguely 12-Jun-22
Clydebow 13-Jun-22
David Mitchell 13-Jun-22
Witherstick 13-Jun-22
Nomad 13-Jun-22
BigStriper1 13-Jun-22
randy_68 13-Jun-22
dnovo 13-Jun-22
babysaph 13-Jun-22
babysaph 13-Jun-22
Clydebow 13-Jun-22
Witherstick 14-Jun-22
David Mitchell 14-Jun-22
From: Vaguely
Date: 07-Feb-22




This years Cloverdale Traditional Nationals will be on June 10,11,12. The Traditional Bow Package Raffle will be for a JT Traditional Longbow of your choice, a Selway Quiver and a Rhino Products Bow case. We have a brand new 30 x 100 shelter house that will be full of vendors plus our gun range shelter. We will also have several self setup vendors as usual. Should be a great year and we are really looking forward to seeing all our friends and making new ones!!

From: Clydebow
Date: 07-Feb-22




Jim, I'm thinking Nancy and I will be there the weekend before, as usual!

From: Grumpy Jim
Date: 07-Feb-22




Sounds good to me. I put in my vacation request tonight. Was only able to get the 8th-12th off. I'll be coming on that Wednesday afternoon. Really looking forward to shooting again. Lord knows I didn't draw an arrow during deer season!

Jim Compliment

From: Pappy 1952
Date: 08-Feb-22




Always a great event,planning on making it up this year.This was my very first traditional event many many years ago and has always been close to my heart. Pappy

From: r.grider
Date: 08-Feb-22




I plan to go

From: BigStriper1
Date: 08-Feb-22




Steve, Myself and our Club will be there Jim. Please save our Camping spot. Tell the rest of the Cloverdale boys I said Hi. Don’t forget Dave. Kurt

From: Vaguely
Date: 08-Feb-22




Your spot will be waiting on you Kurt!! Going to try and make it to Buck Hollow end of the month. You going to be there?

From: Vaguely
Date: 14-Feb-22




Back up

From: waterlogged
Date: 14-Feb-22




Is this a competition shoot only, or can anyone attend? Is there lodging close by? Thanks.

From: Tradarcherychamp
Date: 14-Feb-22




Anyone can attend, you can turn in your score or not, they have a 25 target practice course you can shoot forever, and you can shoot the big course more than once if you change weapons or if you pay for a fun round.

From: Clydebow
Date: 14-Feb-22




There are hotels in Cloverdale less than ten minutes away.

From: waterlogged
Date: 14-Feb-22




I appreciate the information; we just booked a room. Thanks again.

From: Vaguely
Date: 14-Feb-22




More information at cloverdaleconservationclub.org

From: BigStriper1
Date: 14-Feb-22




Jim I am still not seeing well out of the eye that I have had the surgery on and have an appointment with a new doctor to work on the muscles on my eye on the Friday before the Spring Fling so Steve and I will have to miss it. Sure hope they can get me seeing better in the next couple months. Looking forward to seeing all my friends and Thanks for all the prayers. Kurt

From: Clydebow
Date: 14-Feb-22




Good luck Kurt.

From: Vaguely
Date: 14-Feb-22




Good Luck Kurt. I'll see you this summer!!

From: BigStriper1
Date: 14-Feb-22




Thanks Jim and Clyde, looking forward to seeing you guys.

From: Vaguely
Date: 10-Mar-22




Back up

From: YH2268 Professional Bowhunters Society - Qualified Member Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 10-Mar-22




Reservations already made, looking forward to another great time at Cloverdale. See you there !! Then on up to Compton.

From: dnovo Professional Bowhunters Society - Qualified Member Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 11-Mar-22




Planning on being there again. My favorite shoot!!

From: pops Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 11-Mar-22




Motel reservations are made can’t wait. One of my favorite shoots

From: BigStriper1
Date: 12-Mar-22




Yes a Favorite Shoot for sure and run by a great group of guys and gal’s. Really looking forward to it. Get to Camp with my whole Monday Night Archery club. Kurt

From: Grumpy Jim
Date: 12-Mar-22




Kurt, are you gonna go to the Mid- America shoot at Cloverdale?

Jim

From: Nomad Professional Bowhunters Society - Associate Member
Date: 12-Mar-22




I’m planning mu first trip there. Is there plenty of camping? Any shaded sites?

From: David Mitchell
Date: 12-Mar-22




There are some shaded spots but I would plan to arrive early if possible as that's what everybody looks for. You'll love this shoot. Those folks set some of the best and most creative ranges I have ever shot. The terrain on the ranges is ideal--hard to lose an arrow. :o)

From: David Mitchell
Date: 12-Mar-22

David Mitchell's embedded Photo



I've been a few times...these are not all of my pins.

From: Nomad Professional Bowhunters Society - Associate Member
Date: 12-Mar-22




What kind of distances are shot?

From: BigStriper1
Date: 12-Mar-22




Nomad, I’d say out to 30 yards max, may be a few farther. Really set up nice. This Shoot and the Tennessee Classic are my Favorites. Then a fun shoot in August, Elm Hall. Jim with me not seeing well YET, I may not make the IBO shoot at Cloverdale this year. Kurt

From: BigStriper1
Date: 12-Mar-22




Nomad, I’d say out to 30 yards max, may be a few farther. Really set up nice. This Shoot and the Tennessee Classic are my Favorites. Then a fun shoot in August, Elm Hall. Jim with me not seeing well YET, I may not make the IBO shoot at Cloverdale this year. Kurt

From: David Mitchell
Date: 12-Mar-22




I would say most are between 15 and 25 yards, maybe a few large animals at 30 but I don't think any are longer than that. This is a relaxed shoot atmosphere where you can shoot for fun or competition. They have two 20 target ranges and one 10 target for a total of 50 targets on the main courses. You can also shoot a great practice range of about 25 targets all you want to. I promise you're going to have a great time.

From: Vaguely
Date: 21-Mar-22




Back up

From: Grumpy Jim
Date: 21-Mar-22




Definitely a great shoot. I love the scoring system and the fact that they do a shoot-off.

Jim Compliment

From: BigStriper1
Date: 28-Mar-22




Your right Jim, a great shoot. Looking forward to seeing all my friends at Cloverdale. Kurt

From: BigStriper1
Date: 13-Apr-22




Boy I can’t wait for this shoot, good people and a great shoot. Besides I get to Camp with my Archery Club from home. I hope some of the Cloverdale boys get to make it to the Tennessee Classic this year. See ya soon. Kurt

From: Vaguely
Date: 13-Apr-22




Kurt, If I'm rained out I will definitely be at the Classic!!

From: BigStriper1
Date: 13-Apr-22




Jim I don’t want you to get rained out, but I would be glad to see you. Kurt

From: BigStriper1
Date: 23-Apr-22




Well we have to get the Tennessee Classic out of the way first but then before we know it the Cloverdale Nationals will be here. Great shoot and very good friends, sure looking forward to it. Hope to see some of you at these fine shoot’s. Kurt

From: BigStriper1
Date: 06-May-22




Tennessee Classic was great. Now it’s time to get ready for the Cloverdale Nationals. Really looking forward to it, another great shoot and more good friends to see. Only a month away.

From: BigStriper1
Date: 17-May-22




Little over 3 weeks or less, can”r hardly wait. Going to be a good time with a lot of friends. Kurt

From: Nomad Professional Bowhunters Society - Associate Member
Date: 17-May-22




What are the hotels like.

From: otis
Date: 18-May-22




Rick, there is a list of hotels on our website at cloverdaleconservationclub.org.

David

From: Dano
Date: 18-May-22




Whats gas price up there?

Dano

From: JusPassin
Date: 18-May-22




Hope you all have a wonderful time.

From: Nomad Professional Bowhunters Society - Associate Member
Date: 18-May-22




I’m planning my first trip there.

From: Jbranham5173
Date: 18-May-22




$4.59 right now

From: Vaguely
Date: 19-May-22




Getting close!!

From: Pappy 1952
Date: 20-May-22




This is a legendary shoot that has been around for many years and has inspired many clubs as it did us at TwinOaks,Thanks, hope to make it back this year. Great course and some fine people running it. Pappy

From: Vaguely
Date: 20-May-22




Thanks Pappy!! Great seeing you and all the Twin Oaks crew at the Classic!! Hope you can make it!!

From: Vaguely
Date: 20-May-22




The Traditional Bow Package Raffle will be for a JT Traditional Longbow of your choice, a Selway Quiver and a Rhino Products Bow case. For anyone that can't make the shoot but want to buy raffle tickets online, email me at [email protected] The ticket prices are $5 for 1, $10 for 3, $25 for 10. Need not be present to win. Thanks

From: Vaguely
Date: 20-May-22




Back up

From: waterlogged
Date: 21-May-22




Are there many vendors that show up to this shoot?

From: Jbranham5173
Date: 21-May-22




Yes there are quite a few

From: David Mitchell
Date: 21-May-22




You can find about anything you want with the great vendors.

From: waterlogged
Date: 21-May-22




Just wondering how the pathways are between the targets, are muck boots required if it rains?

From: YH2268 Professional Bowhunters Society - Qualified Member Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 21-May-22




Nope not reguired. Your choice of foot wear. LOL !! However it can get slick, muddy, and wet if it rains. I always go prepared for those fun conditions.

From: David Mitchell
Date: 22-May-22




In my more than 30 years of attending Cloverdale I have never taken any muck or other make of boots beside my regular hikers. Never had a problem.

From: BigStriper1
Date: 23-May-22




Just a little over 2 weeks. Hope you all can make it for a great time. Kurt

From: Grumpy Jim
Date: 25-May-22




Be rolling in Thursday afternoon. Looking forward to seeing old friends and making some new ones. This is a really good shoot for any of you on the fence. Love the scoring; you either kill it (5) or you don't. Beautiful course and a class group of people hosting.

Jim Compliment

From: BigStriper1
Date: 25-May-22




Missed you at Pappy”s Jim , hoping to see you at Cloverdale. Your right about the great course and good people hosting the shoot, I have become very good friends with most of the guys that put on the shoot. It’s one of my favorites. I’ll be looking for you Jim, hope you have a safe trip. Kurt

From: BigStriper1
Date: 26-May-22




After the detached retina and having to switch to shooting left handed I am really looking forward to this shoot. Hope to see a lot of friends at Cloverdale. Kurt

From: Grumpy Jim
Date: 28-May-22




I'll be there on Thursday afternoon for sure. Been looking forward to it.

Jim Compliment

From: BigStriper1
Date: 29-May-22




Weather is looking pretty good, should be a good time. Looking forward to seeing my good friends. Kurt

From: BigStriper1
Date: 31-May-22




My brother and I are planning on being there sometime early in the week. Kurt

From: T Hunt
Date: 31-May-22




I've been going to Cloverdale since 92. This year I have pneumonia and coughed so hard I separated a couple of ribs a few days ago but, I'm going anyway.

From: BigStriper1
Date: 31-May-22




Been going since 2010, will be camping with a large group right across the gravel road from the lake in a pop up camper. Great guys that put on the shoot. Kurt

From: Clydebow
Date: 31-May-22




Kurt, Talked to Dennis. Tough deal with the Covid outbreak at Gary's farm. Sounds like you got an all clear test from the doctor. Don't be bummed about missing TAS. It was a bit of a disappointment.

From: Grumpy Jim
Date: 01-Jun-22




Disappointment is an understatement. I posted a pesponse on the last thread. Darren and I had words. Enough said. Gonna have a few other shooters from Whiskey City Traditional Archers at Cloverdale. Great group of people. See you on Thursday.

Jim Compliment

From: BigStriper1
Date: 01-Jun-22




Looking forward to talking with you Jim. Kurt

From: BigStriper1
Date: 02-Jun-22




Less than a week, looks like we’ll be leaving Tuesday morning. Hoping to have a great time. Kurt

From: BigStriper1
Date: 02-Jun-22




Bringing lots of stuff to sell, Bear recurves and a lot more archery stuff I don’t use anymore. Kurt

From: Vaguely
Date: 02-Jun-22




Gonna be a great time!!

From: BigStriper1
Date: 03-Jun-22




Jim I will have about 15 guys from my club camping and shooting, should be a real nice weekend. Thanks to you and your club members for all they do. Kurt

From: BigStriper1
Date: 05-Jun-22




Won’t be long now. Looking forward to a great week at Cloverdale. Hope a lot of you guys can make it. Kurt

From: Earl Mason
Date: 06-Jun-22




We set the targets ,and getting ready for some fun .

From: Earl Mason
Date: 06-Jun-22




We set the targets ,and getting ready for some fun .

From: Earl Mason
Date: 06-Jun-22




We set the targets ,and getting ready for some fun .

From: Dano
Date: 06-Jun-22




Diesel to high. $6 bucks here. Its a No Go.

Dano

From: David Mitchell
Date: 06-Jun-22




Will the practice range be open Thursday?

From: Vaguely
Date: 06-Jun-22




Yes!! Open now.

From: David Mitchell
Date: 06-Jun-22




Great!!!

From: Grumpy Jim
Date: 07-Jun-22




Ttt

From: nock nock
Date: 07-Jun-22




Planning on being there.

From: Dano
Date: 07-Jun-22




Was thinking hard on it but that .05 cent diesel increase last nite puts me out for a 725 mile round trip. Shoot straight Dano

From: waterlogged
Date: 07-Jun-22




Is this a large event? How many people usually attend. Is it as big as Compton in Berrien springs?

From: Mule/IN Professional Bowhunters Society - Associate Member Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 07-Jun-22




waterlogged-Not as many shooters as Compton, but still a good number of shooters. I "think" the number is usually around the 500 mark. The range is great and the target scenarios are cool...black bear at a picnic table ect. With Compton being the following weekend, there aren't as many vendors as there used to be, but still plenty to find whatever you might need in the way of supplies. My favorite shoot!

From: David Mitchell
Date: 07-Jun-22




Mine too. Great event that I have attended for probably 30 years. Best 3D ranges you'll find anywhere.

From: waterlogged
Date: 07-Jun-22




Great, really looking forward to being there this weekend.

From: Babysaph Professional Bowhunters Society - Associate Member
Date: 07-Jun-22




Gas is too high for vendors to come

From: Earl Mason
Date: 07-Jun-22




Vendors get to write their gas off on taxes.

From: YH2268 Professional Bowhunters Society - Qualified Member Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 07-Jun-22




Heading for Cloverdale Thursday, spending a few days along Michigan lakeshore maybe in the Luddington area, then down to Compton. The wife loves this trip. and I do too.

From: babysaph Professional Bowhunters Society - Qualified Member
Date: 07-Jun-22




Still have to pay for it. LOL

From: BigStriper1
Date: 08-Jun-22




Campers coming in already. Weather is great.

From: Clydebow
Date: 08-Jun-22




Looks like a low of 59 tonight.

From: Skeets
Date: 08-Jun-22




babysaph is right. Vendors have to pay for gas, food and lodging then make a PROFIT in order to write it off on taxes.

From: 01ARCHER86
Date: 09-Jun-22




Fuel ain’t too high for this vendor! Big Jim and I will be rolling in later today!!

From: Dano
Date: 09-Jun-22




I would stay home and make bows. More $ in that than driving for a dime I would think? dano

From: Clydebow
Date: 09-Jun-22




The fun outweighs the excuses for not coming.

From: jason miller
Date: 09-Jun-22




Maybe I’m missing something, but I don’t see on the website where it says exactly what all the restrictions are for the different classes. Can anyone tell me where to find that or maybe post it here?

From: Nomad Professional Bowhunters Society - Associate Member
Date: 10-Jun-22

Nomad's embedded Photo



Made it to Cloverdale. Anyone coming in on EB I-70 get off in Terre Haute and take 40 over. I-70 is a parking lot due to construction.

From: dnovo Professional Bowhunters Society - Qualified Member Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 10-Jun-22




We came in today from Missouri and had no problems with traffic. This was about 11:00 this morning

From: Clydebow
Date: 10-Jun-22




If you pull up their web site you can click on rules on the left side of the screen. The only thing missing is the rules for the barebow class. They didn't have a barebow class in 2020, and are trying to have it updated to include it. The standard rules for barebow apply.

From: Bentstick81
Date: 10-Jun-22




Me and the wife was thinking about heading over tomorrow. How did things go today and was there plenty of vendors?

From: otis
Date: 10-Jun-22




We have about 20 vendors this year. We had some last minute cancelations. Rain stayed away and had a good turn out for Friday. Tomorrow is supposed to be nice. Come and shoot and have a good time.

David

From: Bentstick81
Date: 10-Jun-22




Otis, thanks for the info!

From: Bentstick81
Date: 10-Jun-22




i've read to get off of East bound I-70 around Terre Haute at highway 40 due to construction on I-70. Is this still correct?

From: jason miller
Date: 10-Jun-22




Found descriptions in the rules. Don’t know how I missed it yesterday.

So if I brought a Warf that has a Bear Weather Rest, or a Hoyt Super Rest and a plunger, that’s fine for modern recurve. But a springy rest makes it not legal? Seems to me that a springy is less complicated and tunable than a Hoyt Super Rest and a plunger, but I guess I’ll just leave the Warf at home and shoot another bow I haven’t been spending much time with.

From: jason miller
Date: 10-Jun-22




Found descriptions in the rules. Don’t know how I missed it yesterday.

So if I brought a Warf that has a Bear Weather Rest, or a Hoyt Super Rest and a plunger, that’s fine for modern recurve. But a springy rest makes it not legal? Seems to me that a springy is less complicated and tunable than a Hoyt Super Rest and a plunger, but I guess I’ll just leave the Warf at home and shoot another bow I haven’t been spending much time with.

From: Vaguely
Date: 12-Jun-22




Thanks to all those who attended this years shoot!! We had some rain Saturday morning which made for some slick hills but everyone seemed to have a smile on their face! Rained again during the money shoot down but no one melted and we saw some great shooting!! We will keep our fingers crossed for drier weather next year. Really enjoyed seeing some old friends and met some new ones. Should have the results sent to our web master this week.

From: Clydebow
Date: 13-Jun-22




Jim, Thanks for all the work you guys do to make it an enjoyable time.

From: David Mitchell
Date: 13-Jun-22




I sure agree with Clydebow's comment. You folks do a fantastic job putting on a great shoot. A huge thanks to all of you.

From: Witherstick
Date: 13-Jun-22




I do agree that the Cloverdale shoot is well run. Fortunately, I can usually say that about most of the traditional shoots. Each of the more well known shoots has something unique that makes them stand out. Whether it’s the unlimited shooting on good courses of ETAR and Compton or the uncanny seemingly “down home” feeling of the Tennessee Classic, something just brings you back.

In my opinion, Cloverdale uniqueness is associated around the course. They flow over varied terrain. The use of wooden backstops mixed with naturally occurring backstops certainly helps prevent long arrow searches and helps newer shooters feel comfortable. Cloverdale seems to get a lot of newer shooters each year and did this year once again. And let’s face it, even the more seasoned shooters occasionally let one go.

Also, while Cloverdale certainly doesn’t give you the value when it comes to shooting and pricing, they are keeping up the targets which some clubs seem to be struggling with these days. So, perhaps you have to accept that part of it. We have shot almost a dozen courses across the eastern part of the nation so far this year and enjoyed them all. But we really enjoy the Cloverdale course.

From: Nomad Professional Bowhunters Society - Associate Member
Date: 13-Jun-22




It was a great shoot. Great place to camp and great people. My first time there and the Good Lord willing, I’ll be back

From: BigStriper1
Date: 13-Jun-22




Cloverdale is one of my favorite shoots along with the Tennessee Classic. Great people that put on the Shoot and we had a great time as usual. Feel a little bad for the people that didn’t make it to the shoot because they couldn’t afford the gas, but damn glad I could make it. Got to see a lot of my good friends. Thanks to the Cloverdale group for all the work they did for such a nice shoot. Kurt

From: randy_68
Date: 13-Jun-22




This was my first time at Cloverdale and it was well worth the two hour drive. My grandson and myself had a great time shooting and talking to others. everyone was very friendly. I'll go back again.

From: dnovo Professional Bowhunters Society - Qualified Member Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 13-Jun-22




Cloverdale is my favorite. It’s 4 hours for me and one of my favorite courses. Since a lot of the bigger shoots like ETAR and such are too far to go from Missouri, I can’t compare. Me and a buddy came up Friday and shot, then shot Saturday morning and took off. I had to be back for my grandsons 2 birthday party. Otherwise I’d be there for 4 days.

Kudos to the guys that put the shoot on. I know it’s a lot of work and I want them to know how much we appreciate it. I’ve been coming for 22 years and I hope many more.

From: babysaph Professional Bowhunters Society - Qualified Member
Date: 13-Jun-22




wooden backstops? Come on man.

From: babysaph Professional Bowhunters Society - Qualified Member
Date: 13-Jun-22




wooden backstops? Come on man.

From: Clydebow
Date: 13-Jun-22




Logs

From: Witherstick
Date: 14-Jun-22




Believe me. Given the couple of groups in front of us, those logs saved us a lot of time watching them search for their arrows.

From: David Mitchell
Date: 14-Jun-22




JR, the wood backstops are older soft rotten logs. Great backstops.





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