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Archery Honors Up for Grabs at 2018 GFP-NASP 3D Tournament

Pierre, S.D. – Young people from across South Dakota will show off their skills at the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) State 3D Tournament May 4 and 5. The 3D Tournament uses life-size game animals as targets.

The 3D Target Tournament will be held at the NFAA/Easton Archery Facility in Yankton. Shooting begins at 5 p.m. on Friday and continues at 9 a.m. on Saturday.

The tournament is sponsored by South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) and will host hundreds of young archers competing for individual and team honors in three age divisions. The top three individual and team winners in each division will receive trophies. All participants receive a free tournament t-shirt.

Students who participate in NASP within their schools or home-school programs are eligible for the competition.

“The GFP-NASP 3D Tournament is a unique event for South Dakota school age youth,” said Pat Klotzbach, NASP coordinator for GFP. “3D shooting not only provides young people with a safe shooting sports experience, it also educates archers on where to aim at game animals when they go hunting.”

There is no charge to attend the tournaments, and the public is welcome. Individuals who wish to volunteer with the tournament may contact outdoorprogramming@gmail.com or call 605.220.2130.

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Team Outdoorsmen Adventures Member Marlyn Wiebelhaus By Gary Howey

Team Outdoorsmen Adventures member and guide Marlyn Wiebelhaus, Wynot, NE. spends hundreds of hour s in the outdoors with his bow in pursuit of deer, turkey, antelope and elk.

When not in the field with his bow, he out bow fishing for rough fish including the high-flying silver, grass carp, bighead carp, gar and paddlefish.

He has taken Pope and Young deer and is the holder of numerous bowfishing records in Nebraska and South Dakota.Pic-Marlyin's Gar

Recently he connected with a huge 52 inch, 19 pound long nose gar while bowfishing on the Missouri River.

If you are interested in bow hunting for deer or turkey, bowfishing on the Missouri in northeast Nebraska and bowfishing on the Jim River in southeastern South Dakota, you can call Marlyn at Wiebelhaus guide Service at www.wiebelhausguiding.com or contact him at 402-357-2389 [Read more…]