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Welcome to the 3Rivers Archery Trophy Room

Trophy Room

Welcome to the 3Rivers Archery trophy room. Browse successful kills with traditional bows from all around the world. Be sure to submit one of your own.

Blacktail Deer

Trophy Room – Blacktail Deer

Larry D. Jones 2015 Oregon Blacktail Deer

Larry D. Jones 2015 Oregon Blacktail Deer

Name: Larry D. Jones Country Harvested: United States State/Province: Oregon Year: 2015 Type of Game: Blacktail Deer, Trophy Room Equipment Used: 64″ 3Rivers DAS Dalaa Recurve, 29″ Easton Axis 400 shafts, 3Rivers Blood Groove Broadheads, Gateway 5″ right wing white feathers, and Alpine Soft Loc 7 arrow quiver. Additional Info: Photo:

Dean Vanderhorst 2015 Alaska Blacktail Buck

Dean VanderHorst 2015 Alaska Blacktail Deer

Name: Dean VanderHorst Country Harvested: United States State/Province: Alaska Year: 2015 Type of Game: Blacktail Deer, Trophy Room Equipment Used: 17″ Dalaa w/DAS RGS carbon limbs and a Mountain Muffler bow string, Gold Tip XT arrows, Lumenoks, Woodsman Blood Groove Elite Broadheads. Additional Info: Nov. 10th 2015 Olga Bay Kodiak Island Alaska. Photo:

Dale Karch 2015 Alaska Blacktail Deer

Dale Karch with Monster Sitka Blacktail Buck

Name: Dale Karch Country Harvested: United States State/Province: Alaska Year: 2015 Type of Game: Blacktail Deer, Trophy Room Equipment Used: Tomahawk Longbow SS 54# @ 28″ Traditional Only 400 carbon arrows: 650 grains total weight Woodsman Broadhead Original Series Additional Info: Kodiak Island lives up to its reputation of being a hard place to hunt, […]

Art Duffy California Blacktail Deer

Art Duffy harvested this nice Blacktail on opening day in California. Art tells us: “I arrowed this, my first Columbian blacktail deer in velvet with my 67# Kanati longbow at 12 yards using a Beman MFX 340 arrow and Ashby Broadhead. The arrow stuck in the ground and the deer barely reacted before going for […]

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