This year is the 7th Annual TAS Bowhunter World Championship
May 28-30, 2021
Farmland Conservation Club
The event is open to all archers at any shooting level. It’s a great opportunity to shoot with friends and meet other archers/bowhunters.
The event can be shot in 2 days but most archers make it a 3 day event. Archers shoot the qualifying rounds Friday and Saturday. On Sunday after shooting the championship round, grab a chair and watch the top 3 shooters in each class go arrow for arrow in the shoot-off. The shoot-off is the most competitive part of the 3-D event which determines 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Place.
In just a few weeks TAS will be recognizing archers that are the very best at 3-D archery in the following shooting styles.
Classes: Men, Women, Seniors
• Modern Longbow
• Hill Bow
• Modern Recurve
I know the shoots are over now but it would be good to know what the rules were for each class, particularly Men's Longbow and Men's Hill Bow. Seems alot of shoots now are pretty lenient re what 'traditional' allows regarding arrow material, arrow length, arrow weight, fletch type/size, etc. and this kinda' takes the 'traditional' out of the equation or at least pushes the advantage button towards modern gear/methods. To minimize unfair advantages and recognize clear differences it would be nice to see both Target Traditional and Hunter Traditional classes to even the playing field.