Global and US Archery Associations and Organizations

Are you looking for other like-minded archers? Maybe a coach? Some local, state or national events or tournaments? We’ve compiled a list of all the archery associations we could find at both global, national level and for all 50 US states and you’ll find it below. 

If your association is missing, please don’t hesitate to ‘let us know‘!

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What is an archery association?

Archery associations can connect you with programs and teachers who will strengthen your skill set and leave you a better archer. Archery associations host regular tournaments and competitions, providing you with the opportunity to better yourself through practice and by watching other capable archers.

International organizations like World Archery work to unify standards and to provide platforms for archers from all over the world to come together. These groups bring together the best of the best, showcase international archery news, and are directly involved in organizing the toughest competitions.

National organizations like the NFAA work in the same manner, providing a standardizing of rules and behaviors that perpetuate betterment of the sport. If in doubt, (and you can’t find it on this list!) a national organization will be able to point you toward local organizations qualified to meet your needs.

State associations such as the State Archers of California are frequently linked to national organizations and often specialize in one or many disciplines of the sport. They may be a bowhunters association or deal only with field or target archery. They can be an exceptional resource for education opportunities, competitions, and recognized local clubs. You’ll find both statewide and local archery events organised by these groups.

Global Organizations and Bodies

World Archery

The international governing body for the sport of archery, World Archery creates rules and regulations for international events. World Archery is involved in World Archery Championships, the Olympic Games, Paralympic Games, and World Games. World Archery has everything, from beginner guides to the sport, to open calls for coaches at the top of their career.

  • Field
  • Flight and Clout
  • Para
  • Ski and Run
  • Target
  • 3D

HDH International Archery Association (HDH-IAA)

The HDH (Historical 3Dimensional Hunting) International Archery Association was founded in 2010. The organization hosts events and competitions for archers. Dedicated to the historical component of archery, competitions take place in traditional garb and settings.

  • Historical
  • Hunting

International Bowhunting Organization (I.B.O.)

Founded in 1984, the International Bowhunting Organization has a mission that includes promoting bowhunting and encouraging bowhunter education. Responsible for the Triple Crown of Bowhunting, I.B.O. also believes in wildlife conservation. The I.B.O. is a resource for networking as well as events and competitions.

  • Bowhunting
  • Hunting
  • 3D

International Field Archery Association (IFAA)

Founded in 1970, the International Field Archery Association has 50,000 members from 45 different countries, in all seven continents. Predominantly an association for amateur archers, there are also some competitions open to professional archers. Tournaments usually host 400–1600 participants.

  • Bowhunting
  • Field
  • 3D

World Traditional Archery Organization (WTAO)

Looking beyond archery as a sport, WTAO seeks to preserve and stress the importance of traditional cultures rooted in archery. Interested in bow survival games and archery performance value, WTAO seeks to establish a new genre of archery culture. There’s even an artistic genre, where music and performance are integrated with archery.

  • Traditional

USA Archery Associations and Bodies

USA Archery (National Archery Association)

The national governing body for the Olympic sport of archery, USA Archery selects and trains all U.S. Olympic participants. Involved in the Olympic, Paralympic, and World Games, USA Archery also chooses teams for annual international competitions— including World Championships and World Cups. The goals of USA Archery are to encourage training, competition, and athleticism in the sport of archery.

  • Field
  • Target
  • 3D

Archery Shooters Association (ASA)

Open to amateurs as well as professionals, the ASA has over 9,000 members and 37 states with chapters. With a mission that includes growing the popularity and accessibility of 3D archery, ASA works year-round, hosting events and competitions. Whether you are looking for local or national opportunities, ASA can be a resource for connecting you with other archers.

  • 3D

Horse Archery USA

Horse Archery USA provides both recreational and competitive opportunities while promoting the sport, art, and culture of horseback archery. Safety, community, sportsmanship, and horsemanship are their main goals as an organization. Horse Archery USA can network you with a local affiliated chapter and other horseback archers.

  • Horseback archery

Mounted Archery Association of the Americas (MA3)

The oldest horse archery organization in the United States, MA3 offers local chapters of horseback archery groups. MA3 can connect you with your local chapter today. Hosting events, clinics, demonstrations, and competitions, MA3 is a resource for all of your horseback archery needs.

  • Horseback archery

National Archery in Schools Program (NASP)

Aimed at students in grades 4-12, the National Archery in Schools Program promotes archery as a sport that is accessible to everyone.

Imbuing students with self-control, focus, discipline, and patience, NASP hopes to leave students with more than just valuable skills as archers. It seeks to empower youth with life skills that they learn from their sport and use for a lifetime. General resources, including coaches, competitions, and instruction, are available through NASP.

  • Target
  • Youth

National Field Archery Association (NFAA)

The National Field Archery Association is the largest field archery organization in the world. Established in 1939, there are currently 49 state-specific associations and nearly 1,000 club affiliates.

The NFAA is both a member of IFAA and an allied organization of USA Archery. The NFAA hosts several competitive divisions, from cub to professional, and hosts national championship tournaments.

  • Field

Scholastic Archery Association, DBA Scholastic 3D Archery Association (S3DA)

A youth-centered organization, S3DA works with kids in 3D, indoor target, and outdoor target instruction. Explosive growth in the last three years means there are currently chapters in 36 states. This organization is family-friendly, as are its events and tournaments.

  • Target
  • Youth
  • 3D

United States Collegiate Archery Association (USCA)

The USCA works to bring archery to college campuses across the country. Most clubs are student-run. The United States Collegiate Archery Association is responsible for creating collegiate teams during international events and competitions. The U.S. Intercollegiate Archery Competitions also fall under USCA purview.

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State Archery Associations and Bodies

Alabama

Bowhunters of Alabama (BHA)

Bowhunters of Alabama is a family-friendly non-profit organization that seeks to provide Alabama with bow hunting opportunities. With chapters throughout the state that host their own events and tournaments, you have a variety of options to choose from.

  • Bowhunting
  • 3D

Huntsville Archery Club

Opportunities are provided for all levels of archers, from beginner to national champion level. With a focus on proper techniques and skills, the Huntsville Archery Club is hosted at the Custom Archery and operates under N.A.A. Certified Instructors.

  • Field
  • Target

Alaska

Alaskan Bowhunters Association

The Alaskan Bowhunters Association believes in promoting the sport of hunting using a bow and arrow. Conservation of natural resources, wild game, and natural habitat are at the core of its mission.

  • Bowhunting

Alaska State Archery Association (ASAA)

The Alaska State Archery Association is a volunteer-based organization, established in 1963. Promoting safe and ethical archery practices, ASAA works with Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Alaska Healing Hearts, and additional organizations. ASAA is recognized by both the NFAA and World Archery.

  • Field
  • Target

Arizona

Arizona Bowhunters Association (ABA)

The Arizona Bowhunters Association works to bring bowhunting to Arizona, providing learning and event opportunities. Two annual events—the Awards Banquet and Bowhunter Happening—are hosted by the ABA. The ABA is family-friendly with youth-centered opportunities.

  • Bowhunting
  • 3D
  • Youth

Papago Archery Association (PAA)

A non-profit organization under the National Archery Association umbrella, PAA offers both structured events and public use. PAA hosts a club that meets every weekend. Non-members are required to bring their own equipment, but members of PAA have access to borrow equipment.

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Arkansas

Arkansas Bowhunters Association (ABA)

Founded in 1959, the Arkansas Bowhunters works with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission to found their hunting season. Appropriate game management is at the top of their priorities list. Working closely together they continue to monitor conservation practices. ABA hosts several annual events and competitions.

  • Bowhunting

California

California Bowmen Hunters/State Archery Association (CBH/SAA)

The CBH/SAA works to promote both target and hunter archers in the state of California. Associated with the NFAA, CBH/SAA can be an invaluable resource for club organizers as well as members. Training courses, hunting opportunities, and outreach opportunities are all offered by CBH/SAA.

  • Hunting
  • Target

State Archers of California (SAC)

An affiliate of USA Archery, SAC promotes and encourages archery in California. Youth and para-archery information and opportunities can be found through SAC. SAC hosts a directory where local clubs and ranges can be found.

  • Field
  • Target
  • 3D

Traditional Bowhunters of California

Sanctioned by I.B.O., the Traditional Bowhunters of California hosts one main event a year, bringing together traditional bowhunters. A friendly, competitive weekend, this is a charity event, with proceeds going to the Hunt of a Lifetime organization.

  • Traditional
  • 3D

Colorado

Colorado Bowhunters Association (CBA)

Established in 1968, the Colorado Bowhunters Association was first founded with the goal of creating hunting seasons specifically for bowhunters. Working with the Division of Wildlife and the Colorado Wildlife Commission, the CBA is the voice for bowhunters in Colorado.

  • Bowhunting

Colorado State Archery Association

An affiliate of the NFAA, the Colorado State Archery Association hosts tournaments and events. With resources available for locating shops, instructors, and ranges, Colorado State Archery Association can help with your archery needs.

  • Field

Colorado Traditional Archers Society (CTAS)

The first traditional organization in Colorado, CTAS was founded in 1992. The primary goal of CTAS is to preserve traditional archery skills and practices. Natural conservation and game management are a focus area for CTAS.

  • Traditional

Connecticut

Connecticut Archery Association (CAA)

An affiliate of the NFAA, the Connecticut Archery Association provides recreational and competitive opportunities. Five state championships are hosted annually by the CAA. Resources, including clubs, membership fees, and class schedules can be found through the CAA.

  • Field
  • Indoor
  • Target
  • 3D

Connecticut Target Archers Association (CTAA)

Affiliated with USA Archery, CTAA has events, clubs, and resources for archers. As a USA Archery member, any Connecticut resident will have access to CTAA. Members aged 18 years and older have voting rights to help shape the organization.

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Delaware

Delaware State Archery Association (DSAA)

An affiliate of the NFAA, the Delaware State Archery Association hosts competitions and maintains up-to-date records and databases for members. The DSAA can be a valuable tool for networking in the local archery community and being informed of upcoming events.

  • Field

Florida

Florida Archery Association (FAA)

The Florida state affiliate of NFAA, the FAA supports all disciplines or archery—traditional through unlimited freestyle. Opportunities are available for all levels of archers, from beginner through professional. FAA hosts numerous events, including, the State Senior Games, the Sunshine Games and nine different state championships.

  • Field
  • Indoor
  • Target
  • Traditional
  • 3D

Florida Archery Foundation (FAF)

A non-profit organization, the Florida Archery Foundation believes archery is a lifetime sport. Skills acquired through archery can be applied to other areas for a successful personal and professional life. Experienced coaches and progressive programs, mean that the right fit can be found for any archer at any level. Classes, competitive and recreational opportunities, as well as community can be found through FAF.

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  • Youth

Georgia

Georgia Archery Association (GAA)

Affiliated with USA Archery, Georgia Archery Association hosts several state championships throughout the year. With resources that can link you to local instructors and clubs, GAA is a great place to begin archery networking.

  • Field
  • Indoor
  • Target
  • Youth

Georgia Bowhunter and Archery Association (GBAA)

Affiliated with NFAA, the GBAA promotes multiple disciplines or archery. Competitive divisions span all age and skill groups from Cub through to Professional. Tournaments are hosted every year, including indoor, field, target, marked 3D, and unmarked 3D.

  • Bowhunting
  • Field
  • Indoor
  • Target
  • Traditional
  • 3D

Hawaii

Aloha State Archery Association (ASAA)

The state archery association for Hawaii, the ASAA hosts competitions and events throughout the state. Working closely with the local archery clubs, the ASAA strives to create opportunities for archers to meet and improve their skill set.

  • Field
  • Target

Idaho

Idaho State Bowhunters (ISB)

A non-profit organization dedicated to protecting Idaho’s wildlife and its bowhunting heritage. ISB provides a space for bowhunter and bowhunting clubs to come together and discuss issues pertinent to bowhunting and legislation. ISB provides competitive opportunities and even has sponsors scholarships.

  • Bowhunting
  • 3D

Illinois

Illinois Archery Association (I.A.A.)

An affiliate of the NFAA, I.A.A. hosts events in all disciplines of archery throughout the state of Illinois. To register as a member of the I.A.A., you must first be a member of the NFAA.

  • Bowhunting
  • Field
  • Indoor
  • Target
  • Traditional
  • 3D

Illinois Target Archery Association (ITAA)

The Illinois Target Archery Association seeks to promote target archery in the state of Illinois. ITAA believes in creating a healthy atmosphere and provide a positive experience for participating archers and spectators.

  • Target
  • Youth

Indiana

Indiana Bowhunter Association (IBA)

Indiana’s only bowhunting organization, the Indiana Bowhunter Association was established in 1965. Started by a small group, it has now grown to be one of the most impressive statewide organizations for sportsmen.

  • Bowhunting

Indiana Field Archery Association (IFAA)

An affiliate of the NFAA, Indiana Field Archery Association hosts events throughout Indiana. A source of information regarding local clubs and upcoming events, IFAA can network you with other Indiana archers.

  • Field

Iowa

Iowa Bowhunters Association (IBA)

A statewide organization, Iowa Bowhunters Association works to protect and promote bowhunting throughout the state. First organized in 1967 by a group of 13 members, IBA now looks to increase the opportunity for bowhunters in Iowa. IBA also hosts educational programs.

  • Bowhunting

Iowa State Archery Association (ISAA)

Responsible for hosting statewide events and championships, ISAA is involved with multiple archery disciplines. ISAA can be a source of information for local needs, including clubs, coaches, and tournaments.

  • Field
  • Indoor
  • Target
  • 3D

Kansas

Kansas Bowhunters Association (KBA)

Heavily involved in legislation, KBA is actively involved in providing bowhunters with hunting opportunities and working against the anti-hunting movement. Invested in wildlife conservation and habitat protection, KBA has an anti-poacher reward fund as well as a decoy donation program.

  • Bowhunting

Kansas State Archery Association

Kansas State Archery Association is an affiliate of NFAA. Kansas has eight chartered clubs falling under the Kansas State Archery Association. Two of these clubs host outdoor and bowhunting ranges, two host only bowhunting ranges, and two host commercial indoor ranges. The final range is connected to Kansas Wildlife Parks and Tourism.

  • Bowhunting
  • Field
  • Indoor
  • Youth

Kentucky

Kentucky Archers Association

A non-profit organization supporting archery in Kentucky, the Kentucky Archers Association seeks to promote archery to all ages and levels. Kentucky Archers Association hosts events and activities statewide.

  • Hunting
  • Target
  • 3D

Louisiana

Louisiana Field Archery Association (L.F.A.A.)

Associated with the NFAA, the L.F.A.A. promotes all components of archery. L.F.A.A. hosts events, including field, 3D, and indoor archery. All disciplines of archery are welcome, from traditional to freestyle. With affiliated clubs throughout Louisiana, L.F.A.A. can be a platform to get connected with archers and archery opportunity near you.

  • Field
  • Indoor
  • Target
  • Traditional
  • 3D

Northeast Louisiana Archery Association (NELAA)

The NELAA promotes safe and ethical archery. It is a non-profit 3D archery organization with five ranges throughout the northern part of Louisiana. NELAA hosts tournaments and competitions throughout the year.

  • 3D

Maine

Maine Archery Association

A chartered state organization of the NFAA, the Maine Archery Association hosts annual events including sectional tournaments and State Championships. All archers are welcome from beginners to professionals.

  • Field
  • Target

Maine Bowhunters Association

The only statewide bowhunting association in Maine, the Maine Bowhunters Association protects and promotes bowhunting through education, conservation, and legislation. With information on local chapters and pertinent news, the Maine Bowhunters Association is a valuable resource.

  • Bowhunting
  • 3D

Maryland

Maryland Archery Association (MAA)

Affiliated with the NFAA—and for some chapters, the I.B.O as well—MAA has shoots nearly every weekend at one of its 15 clubs. MAA can be a source of information for clubs, leagues, charities, and upcoming events.

  • Bowhunting
  • Field
  • Hunting
  • Target
  • Youth
  • 3D

Maryland Bowhunters Society (MBS)

The Maryland Bowhunters Society is committed to preserving the skill and history of bowhunting. The MBS believes in educating the non-hunting public about wildlife management and conservation efforts—and what role archers play in that. An advocate for education and an affiliate of NASP, MBS is a great resource for young archers.

  • Bowhunting
  • Youth

Massachusetts

State Archery Association of Massachusetts (SAAM)

SAAM is a chartered state organization of USA Archery. If you’re a member of USA Archery and a resident of Massachusetts, you are automatically considered a member of SAAM. SAAM promotes archery throughout the state and works to educate the public on the sport.

  • Target
  • Youth

Massachusetts Field Archery Association (MFAA)

Affiliated with NFAA, MFAA hosts both indoor and outdoor shoots throughout the state. With information on local clubs and organizations, the MFAA can be a great resource for getting networked in your area.

  • Field
  • Indoor

Michigan

Michigan Archers Association (MAA)

The Michigan Archers Association supports archers of all disciplines and of all age and experience levels. The MAA is an affiliate of the NFAA and follows its governing rules and philosophies. Producing a quarterly periodical, Archery in Michigan, MAA strives to keep its members up to date on the latest information.

  • Bowhunting
  • Field
  • Hunting
  • Indoor
  • Target
  • Traditional
  • Youth
  • 3D

Minnesota

Minnesota Archers Alliance (MAA)

Associated with both USA Archery and NFAA, the Minnesota Archers Alliance is a great resource for archery events. Dedicated to bringing archers together across archery disciplines, MAA was created by archers for archers.

  • Field
  • Target
  • Youth

Minnesota State Archery Association (MSAA)

The largest, most active archery association in the state of Minnesota, the MSAA was founded in 1939. MSAA partners with clubs and members to host several tournaments throughout the year. MSAA advocates for the sport of archery, provides opportunities for competition and education, for those who are interested.

  • Bowhunting
  • Target

Mississippi

Mississippi Archery Association (MAA)

The Mississippi Archery Association host tournaments and classes.

  • Bowhunting
  • Field
  • Target
  • 3D

Missouri

Missouri Bowhunters Association (MBH)

Established in 1947, the Missouri Bowhunters Association hosts multiple events throughout the year for all ages and skill levels. With scholarships and partners, MHB can be a great resource for Archers in Missouri.

  • Bowhunting

Montana

Montana Archery Association (MAAI)

An affiliate of the NFAA, the MAAI is involved with all aspects of archery. Providing everything from bowhunting to competitive shooting, MAAI has the resources a Montana archer needs.

  • Bowhunting
  • Field
  • Target
  • Youth

Nebraska

Nebraska Bowhunters Association (NBA)

The Nebraska Bowhunters Association is dedicated to preserving and protecting bowhunting in Nebraska. Promoting ethical hunting and educating others about the use of archery for hunting, NBA oversees conservation of game and habitat.

  • Bowhunting

Nevada

Nevada Bow Hunters Association (NBHA)

An affiliate of NFAA, the Nevada Bow Hunters Association was incorporated in 1983. A registered, non-profit organisation, it seeks to provide opportunities for field archers in Nevada. The NBHA offers five categories of competition: indoor, marked 3D, field, bowhunter, and traditional 3D.

  • Bowhunting
  • Field
  • Indoor
  • 3D

New Hampshire

Granite State Bowhunters (GSB)

Granite State Bowhunters promotes the sport of bowhunting. With a mission that includes sharing information about new legislation and opposing anti-hunting advocacy groups, GSB is an archer’s advocate.

  • 3D

New Jersey

New Jersey Archery Association (NJAA)

The New Jersey Archery Association is an affiliate of USA Archery. NJAA works to promote and advocate for archery across New Jersey. Tournaments, local clubs. Additional information can be found through NJAA.

  • Indoor
  • Target

New Mexico

New Mexico Archery Association

The New Mexico Archery Association promotes archery throughout the state, as well as hosting indoor and outdoor shoots. An affiliate of USA Archery, the New Mexico Archery Association distributes information on tournaments, recent competitions, and current standings.

  • Field
  • Indoor
  • Target

New York

New York State Archery Association (NYSAA)

The New York State Archery Association focuses on the promotion and advocacy of archery. NYSAA believes in fostering the growth of archers, especially youth, while holding annual indoor and outdoor tournaments.

  • Indoor
  • Target
  • Youth

North Carolina

North Carolina Field Archery Association (NCFAA)

The North Carolina Field Archery Association is an affiliate of the NFAA. The NCFAA offers information on local tournaments, hosts annual fundraisers, and maintains state records.

  • Field

North Dakota

North Dakota Bowhunters Association (NDBA)

The North Dakota Bowhunters Association focuses on the promotion, advocacy, and education of archery. The NDBA offer a biannual newsletter, information about local tournaments and networking for members.

  • Bowhunting

Ohio

Ohio Archers Association (OAA)

The Ohio Archers Association seeks to bring archers together across their varied disciplines. Encouraging fellowship and community, OAA can be a great way to meet other archers and get involved with hosted events.

  • Bowhunting
  • Field
  • Indoor
  • Target
  • Traditional
  • 3D

Ohio Bowhunters Association (OBA)

The Ohio Bowhunters Association was founded in 1967 by a group seeking to create a unified front with the Ohio Division of Wildlife. The OBA works to preserve and improve the sport of bowhunting. With certified bowhunter instructors, archery clubs, and events, the OBA is a valuable source of information for archers in Ohio.

  • Bowhunting

Oklahoma

Archery Shooters Association of Oklahoma (Oklahoma ASA Federation)

The Archery Shooters Association of Oklahoma consists of 16 different archery clubs from around the state of Oklahoma. Oklahoma ASA seeks to grow the sport of archery through competition, education, and training. Oklahoma ASA host 10 qualifying shoots during their season, culminating with the State Championship in July.

  • 3D

Oklahoma State Archery Association (OSAA)

The Oklahoma State Archery Association works to promote and advocate the sport of archery. An affiliate of the NFAA, OSAA offers state and national membership as well as a Hall of Fame. Tournaments, local archery clubs, and posted competition results are all available through OSAA.

  • Field
  • Target
  • 3D

Oregon

Oregon Bow Hunters (OBH)

Oregon Bow Hunters work to promote and expand bowhunting and target shooting. An affiliate with the NFAA, OBH offers educational programming and hosts three annual events. OBH also sponsors 4-H Youth Archery, and works closely with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife to support conservation.

  • Bowhunting
  • Youth

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania State Archery Association (PSAA)

Established in 1931, PSAA is involved in all disciplines of archery. Consisting of clubs, individuals, and businesses throughout Pennsylvania, PSAA advocates for bowhunters. PSAA hosts five annual tournaments and believes archery can be for anyone.

  • Bowhunting
  • Field
  • Hunting
  • Indoor
  • Target

United Bowhunters of Pennsylvania (UBH)

A non-profit organization, the United Bowhunters of Pennsylvania is dedicated to the preservation and protection of bowhunting in the state. UBH supports game management and bowhunter education. Established in 1985, UBH is the longest-lasting bowhunting organization in Pennsylvania. UBH hosts events and runs a virtual store for your archery needs.

  • Bowhunting

Rhode Island

Rhode Island Field Archery Association (RIFAA)

The Rhode Island Field Archery Association is an affiliate of the NFAA. RIFAA is responsible for several tournaments and maintains results from previous competitions.

  • Field
  • Indoor
  • Youth

South Carolina

Bowhunters of South Carolina

Bowhunters of South Carolina works to educate the public on the role archers can play in conservation and wildlife management. Preserving the rich heritage and skill that go along with bowhunting, Bowhunters of South Carolina believe in ethical bowhunting and behavior. Affiliated with NASP, Bowhunters of South Carolina is a great resource for young archers.

  • Bowhunting
  • Youth

South Carolina Archery Association (SCAA)

The South Carolina Archery Association offers a membership program and clubs throughout the state. SCAA sponsors a tournament series as well as a 3D target shooting circuit. SCAA is an affiliate of the NFAA.

  • Field
  • 3D

South Dakota

South Dakota Archers Association

The South Dakota Archers Association seeks to promote the sport of field archery and the bowhunting of legal game. An affiliate of NFAA, the South Dakota Archers Association maintains results from state competitions in indoor, outdoor, and 3D target shooting.

  • Bowhunting
  • Field
  • Indoor
  • Target
  • 3D

Tennessee

Tennessee Archery Association (TAA)

The Tennessee Archery Association focuses on advocacy and promotion of the sport of archery. TAA is an affiliate of NFAA. The Tennessee Archery Association hosts competitions and events, as well as maintaining results from previous tournaments.

  • Bowhunting
  • Field
  • Target

Texas

Texas State Archery Association (TSAA)

The mission of Texas State Archery Association includes the education and promotion of archery throughout Texas. TSAA resources include a calendar of events and competitions, a directory of coaches, and rules and guidelines.

  • Target
  • Youth

Texas Field Archery Association (TFAA)

The Texas Field Archery Association is an affiliate of the NFAA. TFAA operates a Hall of Fame, an affiliate network of clubs and pro shops, and a schedule of archery competitions in Texas.

  • Field

Utah

Utah Archery Association

A non-profit organization of bowhunters, archers, and archery clubs, Utah Archery Association coordinates and cultivates archery interest and events in Utah. The Utah Archery Association collaborates with the Division of Wildlife to influence hunting regulations.

  • Bowhunting

Utah Bowmen’s Association (UBA)

A non-profit organization established in 1957, Utah Bowmen’s Association consists of bowhunters, tournament archers, and archery clubs. UBA puts an emphasis on establishing community and sharing a passion for hunting.

  • Bowhunting

Vermont

Vermont Bowhunters Association

The Vermont Bowhunters Association works to unite bowhunters in Vermont. Focused on preserving the sport of bowhunting and archery, the Vermont Bowhunters Association works closely with legislators and the Fish and Wildlife Department.

With events and local chapters listed, the Vermont Bowhunters Association can help connect Vermont archers to the local community.

  • Bowhunting

Virginia

Virginia Bowhunters Association (VBA)

The Virginia Bowhunters Association coordinates and disseminates information about archery events throughout Virginia. They focus on traditional hunting as well as 3D archery with affiliates throughout the state. Their website posts regular information about upcoming competitions and meet-ups, as well as information and position statements on archery advocacy and regulation.

  • Bowhunting
  • 3D

Virginia Field Archery Association (VFAA)

An associate of the NFAA, the VFAA holds competitions and events for members throughout the state. The Virginia Field Archery Association maintains records, bylaws, and connects members to their local shooting clubs.

  • Field

Washington

Washington State Archery Association (WSAA)

The Washington State Archery Association focuses on the promotion of bowhunting, archery competitions, and advocacy for the conservation of game and wildlife. The WSAA is affiliated with NASP, and has youth programming.

  • Bowhunting
  • Youth

Washington State Bowhunters

Washington State Bowhunters promotes both traditional and compound bow archery. Washington State Bowhunters works to disseminate information about hunting, conservation, and the ethical treatment of game. Memberships, banquets, and regularly scheduled archery events are readily available through Washington State Bowhunters.

  • Bowhunting

West Virginia

West Virginia Archery Association (WVAA)

The West Virginia Archery Association is an affiliate of the NFAA. WVAA promotes archery events, offers membership through the NFAA, and has several clubs in archery-focused businesses throughout the state. WVAA is also affiliated with the S3DA—the Scholastic 3-D Archery Program—which promotes and trains youth in target and 3D archery.

  • Field
  • Youth
  • 3D

West Virginia Bowhunters Association (WVBA)

The West Virginia Bowhunters Association promotes and advocates for the sport of bowhunting. The WVBA focuses on education and preservation of the sport among West Virginian youth. Conservation of hunting land is also a priority to WVBA. Press releases, scholarship information, and big game records are all available through WVBA.

  • Bowhunting
  • Youth

Wisconsin

Wisconsin Archery Alliance (WAA)

An affiliate of both the NFAA and USA Archery, the Wisconsin Archery Alliance hosts tournaments and maintains state records.

  • Field
  • Target

Wisconsin Bowhunters Association (WBH)

The Wisconsin Bowhunters Association specializes in advocacy, preservation, and promotion of the sport of archery. Some of the WBH achievements include an approval for bear hunting with a bow, an either-sex archery season, and a post-gun hunt bow season. The WBH hosts events and produces a magazine.

  • Bowhunting
  • Youth

Wisconsin Traditional Archers (WTA)

The Wisconsin Traditional Archers organization focuses on promotion and advocacy of traditional bowhunting. WTA offers training, education, shoots, and works with other agencies to support traditional bowhunting throughout the state.

  • Bowhunting
  • Traditional

Wyoming

Bowhunters of Wyoming (BOW)

Established in 1974, Bowhunters of Wyoming is a non-profit organization. BOW seeks to promote the continuation and enjoyment of bowhunting throughout Wyoming.

  • Bowhunting

Wyoming State Archery Association (WSAA)

The Wyoming State Archery Association seeks to provide opportunities for archers in all disciplines. Maintaining ranges for members and organizing events in accordance with Wyoming’s rules and laws are a priority for WSAA.

  • Field
  • Indoor
  • Target
  • 3D

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