Total Archery Challenge in Tennessee – Day 1

We’re wrapping up Day 1 at the 2019 Total Archery Challenge in Belvidere, TN. The weather was perfect with sunny skies, warm temperatures and a nice breeze welcomed shooters from across the country. Shooters from Virginia, Ohio, North Carolina, Kentucky, Indiana, Minnesota, Missouri, Mississippi, Louisiana and all across Tennessee stopped by the Bowhunting.com booth to say hello and grab some Bowhunting.com swag.

check-in

Check-in and instruction at the TAC booth.

After registration, most shooters spent a little time warming up on the practice range before heading out for their Nock Time on one of four 3D courses spread out across the Circle E Ranch. Courses include the Mtn OPS course, Prime course, Sitka course and the Locals course. Each presenting its own flavor of challenge and experience.

Practice-Range

Warming up on the practice range.

Between rounds, shooters have the opportunity to spend time with a number of vendors to check out new gear, work on bows, grab lunch, or check out a number of worthy causes represented at the event. There’s plenty to see and do at the Total Archery Challenge.

Total Archery challenge - TAC-Entrance

Some of the best companies from across the industry are on hand at the Total Archery Challenge in Tennessee.

The Friday shoot is a great time for shooters to experience slightly lighter crowds with it being a work day and school day for a number of potential shooters. However, Saturday is set to be another record breaking day for this exciting event that’s in its second year in the southeast.

Big-Boys

The Bowhunt or Die boys.

Be sure to check back for all the latest photos and updates right here at Bowhunting.com, as well as our social media channels. And if you’re participating in this year’s event, be sure to stop in and visit with us at the booth. Hope to see you there!

Brodie Swisher

Brodie Swisher

Editorial Manager at Bowhunting.com
Brodie Swisher is a world champion game caller, outdoor writer, seminar speaker and Editor for Bowhunting.com. Brodie and his family live in the Kentucky Lake area of west Tennessee.
Brodie Swisher

Comments

  1. John Torchick says:

    So I missed it! When and where next year? Is this been determined?

    Reply

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