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Canadian Regional Indoor Championships

Saturday, March 3rd

The Canadian Regional Indoor Championships  is a 600 round shot from 18 meters indoor.

Pre-registration is required.
When registering, competitors will have a choice of shooting either a morning or an afternoon shoot.  More info to come.

To Register, or if you need info, contact Darcy at:



2018 Indoor Mailmatch

Runs January through March

Indoor 300 Rounds, one round per week

Total of your best six score

It is not to late to enter

Set shoots will occur on Saturday mornings starting January 6th and continuing on almost every weekend to the end of March. Archers working in smaller groups can also shoot during the week or evening and submit their scores to me through the Mailmatch drop box.
If you are interested in competing this year, click on full rules and the introduction poster below.
The Mailmatch program is a great way to compete right from our own club and see how we stand with clubs right across the country.
The cost to enter is $20.00 for the season to cover the entry fee to Archery Canada and the cost of the targets.
Click below for details

It's Winter League Field Shoot time once again.

Time:   Sunday mornings--Practice 9:00 am -- first arrow 10:00 ish 
( so don't get there at the last minute. )
Cost:   Free:
Dates:      October 22nd & 29th
                     November 5th, 12th & 26th
                    Jan 14th & 21st
                    Feb 11th
                    Mar 4th & 25th
Winter League Field Shoots are held on our 16 target field course, with three arrows per target. This is a fun event and is not a full World Archery 24 target round, and as such, it is usually wound up by noon. You do not have to post your scores, but if you do post your scores, you have a chance at bragging rights to, Best Single Score, Best out of Three Scores, Best out of Six Scores, and Best Total over the season. There will most likely be 10 shoots this season (depending on alignment with other events) running from October through March ( no shoots in December ). The shoots go rain, shine, wind, or snow which is part of the fun, so please wear appropriate clothing. If you are a member of the Cowichan Bowmen or any other established archery club, come on out for some shooting, camaraderie, and fun. See you there.


2017 Harvest Moon 3D

It was a perfect day with a great group of shooters

Thanks to all the volunteers that made this shoot possible

( If anyone has pictures of the Harvest Moon 3D that they would like to share, please email them to: rgg1066@gmail.com )


The Cowichan Bowmen Family Fun Day was well attended with everyone having a great time. It was a nice day in the sun shooting Clout with Flu-Flu arrows and also trying the awkward shots at the indoor 3D. Kids and adults alike, had a fun day, here are a few pictures.



 It was a great day for the Bowmen 900 and fundraiser for Bryan Harper. The weather was perfect for the 15 or so participants that enjoyed a great day of shooting, fun and camaraderie. Thank you to all the people that came out to support Bryan, and good luck to Bryan as he competes in the 2017 World Archery 3D championships being hosted in Robion France between the 19th and 24th September.

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Once again, it was another great Hell Hole shoot with great weather and great people. I would like to thank all the volunteers that turned out over the last few weeks, whom without, this event would have not been possible. I would also like to thank the Venturers for coming in to help with parking and the bar-b-que. The course was excellent with lots of angled shots and some deceptive ones too, and I heard a lot of positive feedback from shooters. Kudos to all who worked hard to make this shoot a success!

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A big thank-you from Jim and Laura Harper, Acting Directors at Large, to all the individuals and businesses who donated a prize, money or brought in a prize from a business for the 2017 Hell Hole Shoot.  You helped make a great prize table for the event.



Check out our Hunters Corner page for the latest hunts.




 No Shooting Broadheads or Crossbows on Butts

A reminder that broadhead arrows and/or crossbows are to be used in the sandpit only and are not to be used on the target or field butts as they wreck the butts.