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Traditional bowhunters offer free clinic in Lewiston

HUNTING -- A free traditional archery-bowhunting workshop will be held starting at 5:30 p.m. Aug. 27 at the Idaho Fish and Game Department office,  3316 16th St. in Lewiston.

“If you’re thinking about making the switch to traditional gear, or simply curious, this workshop is a good place to start” says Clay Hayes, habitat biologist and traditional archery enthusiast.

This “into to traditional archery” will cover topics including: choosing a bow and arrows, aiming, practice, tuning, as well as the major differences between modern and traditional archery.  Participants will learn from experts in the field and will get a chance to shoot using primitive archery equipment.

Pre-register: (208) 799-5010.

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