David Houser

Pro Profile: David Houser


NFAA: What did it mean to you to make the shoot-off at Indoor Nationals for the first time? David Houser: To make the shoot-off at the 2015 Indoor Nationals for the first time, it was like I finally got over a hump in my professional career or got the “monkey off my back” you could […]

Steve Anderson

Pro Profile: Steve Anderson


 NFAA: What did it mean to you to make the shoot-off at Indoor Nationals for the first time? Steve Anderson: It was my first time attending Indoor Nationals and I went there with the goal of shooting 600-120x and giving myself a chance to win it. I accomplished my goal of making the shoot-off, and […]


Meet the Hetletveds


Lee Hetletved: age 42, Penny Hetletved: age 42, Kinley Hetletved: age 12, Hatley Hetletved: age 8. Who has been shooting the longest? Lee has technically been shooting the longest by a couple of months or so! A family friend, Bernell Pleinus, boards horses at our place and had his Jennings Buckmaster compound in our yard. […]


The Man Behind the Magazines


It all started with missing magazines. In the second quarter Archery magazine of this year, the NFAA published a list of missing magazines and requested help to find them. Many archers helped in the search for the missing magazines by donating their own single copy, but there was one archer that helped us find copies […]


Sports Innovator Jim Easton Gifts New Easton Archery Center of Excellence to U.S. Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, C.A.


San Diego, Calif.—Jim Easton, sporting goods industry innovator and archery’s greatest benefactor, has given the archery world an amazing gift through the Easton Foundations, the Easton Archery Center of Excellence, touted as the world’s premier indoor training facility. The Easton Archery Center of Excellence is located on the campus of the U.S. Olympic Training Center in […]


National Outdoor Target Championships: 2nd Year Success


The National Field Archery Association held its National Outdoor Target Championship at the Easton Yankton Archery Center this past weekend. The two-day tournament began on Saturday, September 26 at 10 a.m. and concluded with an awards ceremony on Sunday, September 27 at 6:30 p.m. The two-year-old tournament made significant strides this year with regards to […]


NEYAC Hosts 6th Annual Ted Nugent Kamp 4 Kids


The 6th Annual Ted Nugent Kamp 4 Kids started off on a chilly foot at the NFAA Easton Yankton Archery Center (NEYAC). On Saturday, September 19, the Kamp began at 8:30 a.m. The temperature was below 60 degrees Fahrenheit, but the cool air did not stop the 200 kids and parents from enjoying themselves. The Kamp […]


Pro Profile: Crystal Gauvin


NFAA: How old where you when you first got into archery, and how did you get your start?  Crystal Gauvin: I was 28, and it all started as a bet in the backyard with my husband. NFAA: How do you normally train for a tournament?  Crystal Gauvin: I use a method of training called periodization. Basically, it […]

Bow hunter

Bow-Hunting Tips and Tricks


For many states bow-hunting season has began or will soon. We wanted to provide you with a few tips and tricks for a successful 2015 bow-hunting season. 1. Exercise Before you get out onto the hunting fields it is important to make sure your muscles are ready. If you have not shot a bow for […]


Top 5 Health Benefits of Archery


Are you interested in archery? Don’t wait to start – start now! These are the top 5 health benefits you will gain if you join archery. 1. Improves your focus Remaining focused during a shot is important for every archer. An archer must focus on their target, focus on their form, and ignore the distractions […]

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