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  • Monday:ClosedTues - Fri:12PM - 6PMSaturday:9AM - 2PMSunday:10AM - 2PMChristmas DayClosedNew Years Day Closed

Lessons

Bowhunters Den Outdoors is dedicated to helping people practice and expand their archery skills. From beginners to advanced, we have a variety of lessons taught by experts in the field of archery. Check out our classes and sign up today!

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    Homeschool Archery Class

    Dates:

    Thursdays 10:30 AM

    Cost:

    $132 for 6 weeks

    Prerequisites:

    For brand new archers, Introduction to Archery is recommended

    Age:

    8 and up

    Equipment:

    Included

    This class is specifically designed for Home School Students and their families. The student will learn the sport of archery, form, technique and mental skills. It's designed to optimize your time and practice. This class will focus on  a single skill, building on the previous skill each week. Outline of the class is based on the 11 Steps from the NASP program. The class will run once a week for 6 consecutive weeks, unless a holiday falls within the 6 weeks. Please see the dates and details below.

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    Introduction to Archery

    Cost:

    $30

    Prerequisites:

    None

    Age:

    8 and up!

    Equipment:

    Included.

    If you have ever had a interest in archery, but have never been able to find the time or place to learn the basics, this one time lesson opportunity could be for you! Offered on multiple days and at different times for your convenience, Bowhunters Den is here to help you kick start the archery hobby you’ve been longing to form. From start to finish you will learn how to correctly and safely handle a bow as well as all other necessary safety procedures and protocols, correct shooting form, and how to check eye dominance. Once you have the basics, you will have a chance to shoot both recurve and compound. We look forward to watching your first arrow fly!

     

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    Beginner Archery Class

    Cost:

    $132 for 6 weeks

    Prerequisites:

    For brand new archers, Introduction to Archery is recommended

    Age:

    8 and up

    Equipment:

    Included

    If you are new to archery and ready to learn the basics, this class is for you! Designed to optimize your time and practice, this class will focus on a single skill per week. The class will run once a week for 6 consecutive weeks.

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    Intermediate Archery

    Cost:

    $132 for 6 weeks

    Prerequisites:

    We recommend archers complete the beginners class

    Age:

    8 and up

    Equipment:

    If you have a bow you prefer to use or learn on, bring that. Otherwise, we can provide equipment.

    Intermediate archery is intended for those who have some archery experience, but are looking to finesse their form, improve their accuracy, and generally progress their skill level as archers. Students will be expected to know the basics of bow shooting and form, and are absolutely expected to know safety rules.

     

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    Private lessons

    Beginner Private Lessons : $180

    • 4 one hour lessons plus 1 hour of range time that can be used any time
    • Includes equipment
    • Focuses on the basics of Archery based on the 11 steps from the NASP program using the Genesis Bow
    • Call to schedule

    Intermediate Private Lessons: $160

    • 4 one hour lessons plus 1 hour of range time that can be used at any time
    • Use own equipment or rental is available
    • Builds on the 11 steps, using sights and releases
    • Call to schedule

    Recurve and Traditional Bow Lessons: $40/hour

Compound Anchor Point

12 December 2018, 3:11 pm

Compound Anchor Point

Archery is all about consistency. If you pull the bowstring back to a different place for each shot, accuracy suffers. That’s why one of the final steps in the shooting process is to consistently bring your drawing hand to the same place on your face, which is called an anchor point. Bone on Bone A […]

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