List of Monthly/Yearly Events
ITB Monthly Meeting. Held the second
Tuesday of Every Month. Dead On Archery, 2006 E. Franklin Road,
Meridian, Idaho at 7:00 P.M.. Mark your calendars.
July 13-14, 2013
Annual Summer at The Cabin Shoot
by the "North Idaho Traditional Bowhunters". The location is
near the town of Yale on State Route 9, for further information
Ken Anderson at 505-592-0490 or
Carl Saunders at 509-878-1920.
July 13 & 14, 2013
Flyer and Map
SE Idaho Dutch Oven Potluck Dinner and Archery Shoot
Field Archers Scout Mountain Archery Range
Get together with fellow BHA and ITB members for an afternoon of
shooting (fishing available below the campground on Mink Creek)
followed by a Dutch oven dinner around the campfire at 7 pm.
Camping available on site in the aspens and pines. Toilets on
site - no showers. Join us to discuss BHAs and ITBs activities
now and in the future, bring the family, camp out (or just stay
for the day) and have fun!
Contact Steve Walker:
(208) 241-3527 ... for more information.
August 3-4, 2013
Fall Tune-Up Shoot
Location-Scriver Creek-Just North of Crouch, Shoot times:
Saturday 9 am to 4 pm, Sunday 9 am to 2 pm
Cost: $10.00 members, $20.00 non-members, kids free,
Limited primitive camping, come for the day or the weekend,
traditional bows only, Directions: from Hwy 55 turn east on the
Banks-Lowman Rd., turn north on Middle Fork Rd. to Crouch, 5.3
miles to Scriver Cr. road, turn west and follow Scriver Cr. Rd.
for 6.1 miles to shoot. Come up and sharpen your shooting skills
before the hunting season.
Shoots Earlier This Year
June 29, 2013
The Annual Carp Shoot
This is an informal fun event to be held a C.J. Strike
Reservoir, meet at 9:00 a.m. at the Jack's Creek Boat Launch and
shoot till your arms fall off.
03/9/2013 – Annual Ryan
Garner Cabin Fever Shoot (New Plymouth)
– Traditional Day and BHA Rendezvous -
This year the ITB has combined it's annual
Traditional Day with the Backcountry Hunters and Anglers
Rendezvous. This will allow our event to grow in size exposing
our membership to the BHA, and the BHA to traditional bowhunting.
This event is packed with seminars, and speakers. To attend the
daytime portion of the Rendezvous is free, but please register
for the banquet and come listen to Jason Hairston of KUIU.
Combining these events will make both of our events much larger
than we could on our own. We will have an ITB general meeting at
4pm on Saturday.