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Welcome to the 3Rivers Archer's Den

Archer's Den

Welcome to the Archer's Den. Here you will find a gathering of traditional archery stories, tips and techniques, trophy animals taken with traditional bows, and plenty more. Stay a while and learn something. We hope you enjoy and even submit a trophy of your own, or leave a comment on a post.

Arrow Building

Building Your Own Custom Arrows

By Jason D. Mills Arrow building, like bow building, can be extremely satisfying. Arrow building, however, is much cheaper and easier to get started than bow building. Besides, every archer will need more arrows at some point, and crafting arrows can give the archer one more way to be connected with their beloved sport and […]

Small Game Hunting With Bow and Arrow

Dale Karch with an armadillo

By: Dale Karch and Todd Smith Good Game Comes in Small Packages What is THE most hunted animal in North America? The whitetail deer? The black bear? The elk? Nope! It’s the cottontail rabbit! In fact, more hours are logged in the field each year by small game hunters than any other. Let’s face it; […]

Broadheads for Wood Arrows

Woodsman Broadheads

By: Dale Karch and Todd Smith Glue-On Broadheads have taken every kind of big game known to man. What’s up with all these glue-on broadheads? Which ones are the best? Which ones should I use? What are the differences? These are all great questions and we hear them often from our customers who are thinking […]

Learning More About Carbon Arrows

Carbon arrows help you take down big game.

By: Dale Karch and Todd Smith Carbon arrow shafts offer a straight and sturdy alternative to wood arrows, perfect for taking down nature’s toughest trophies! Like a thief in the night, carbon arrows have been sneaking away with an ever-growing share of the traditional archery shaft and arrow market. And why shouldn’t they? The carbon […]

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