Kishwaukee Archers Indoor 3D Money Shoot $3000.00

Discussion in 'Tournament Discussions' started by Jefro, Dec 19, 2006.

  1. Jefro

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    Kishwaukee Archers Sycamore, Illinois

    6th Annual Indoor 3-D Championship

    Top 64 Archers will shoot for $3000.00

    Second 64 Archers will shoot for 20 places of Trophies

    Shoot 2 of the 3 indoor qualifiers and finish in the top 64 to shoot for the money or the second 64 to shoot for trophies.

    Top 64 Archers will shoot for $3000.00
    Championship Flight
    1st place $1000.00
    Next 10 places pay a total of $1000.00

    "Bush" Flight
    1st place $500.00
    Next 10 places pays a total of $500.00

    1st Ranked Shooter - $200.00 prize money
    64th Ranked Shooter - $100.00 prize money
    65th Ranked Shooter - $75.00 prize money
    128th Ranked Shooter - $50.00 prize money


    Dates
    January 12-13-14


    February 16-17-18


    March 16-17-18

    Times
    Friday 6pm-8pm
    Saturday 7am-6pm
    Sunday 7am-2pm

    CHAMPIONSHIP SHOOT

    April 14th for Trophy Division
    Times to be determined
    April 15th for Money Division

    Contact info: Range (815) 899-6699

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  2. STRO

    STRO get'n rid of target panic

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    Just shot the first qualifier last night. As of last night best score was 344 i believe, that's 30 targets. They're expecting up to 225-250 people to try to qualify. WOW!! It was a great shoot and had a great time.
     

  3. Chris

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    Finally got a chance to shoot one of the qualifiers this weekend. Great shoot as usual. Keep up the good work.
     
  4. STRO

    STRO get'n rid of target panic

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    What's your thoughts on the last leg of the kish shoot for those who shot it. I am guessing most scores went down, unless you were from wisconsin. That was a fun and challenging shoot.
     
  5. Jefro

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    Kish (Last leg)

    Glad you liked it. We tried to make it more challenging, kind of like the Championship will be. I was one who's score went down. The Championship should be a good time.
     
  6. STRO

    STRO get'n rid of target panic

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    You mean the championship will be that tough? My score was way down. Glad I shot the first two shoots. I think i'm right on the edge of making top 64. Hopefully, I am 64th!!!!!:biggrin1: :biggrin1:

    Jefro, if you're who I think you are, I heard you are the one who thought of the idea of the first two targets. Those will either boost your confidence or bring you way down to start a shoot. I got lucky and got a ten on both, don't know if I could do that again. And whose idea was it to darken in the white spots on the pigs, that's just not right. I think that was the most challenging and grueling indoor shoot I have ever shot. I loved it, even I shot horrible. Thanks for making it fun and challenging.
     
  7. Chris

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    My shooting was a disaster. I will be making some equipment mods before shooting the championship. The lighting caused me some real problems and I didn't have the peep apertures I needed. I'll be better prepared next time.
     
  8. Pinwheel1969

    Pinwheel1969 #1 THREAD KILLER

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    how many legs are there to qualify for the championships? I'd like to make it for that one!!!
    what are the classes and yardage definitions?
    Never mind. I cant read. That sucks!!! I would have liked to hit it too!!
    maybe next year...
     
  9. STRO

    STRO get'n rid of target panic

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    Alright, it's killing me, when will results be out? Hopefully, whoever averaged 315 is ranked 64th.:biggrin1: :biggrin1:
     
  10. archery freak

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    I heard mid-teens got you well into the high 40's-low 50's
     
  11. Jefro

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    I am a member of Kish. and they needed some help with the setup. Caz said he wanted it to be difficult, well I think we did that. Even though I helped with the setup, I still shot my worst score ever. I was behind the tough shots (no white marks on the Javalinas, #1 and #2), but I had nothing to do with the lights being turned off. The Championship should be challenging, but not crazy. If you see me at the Championship, introduce yourself. I like to names with faces. Good luck

    Jeff
     
  12. STRO

    STRO get'n rid of target panic

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    Jeff, just got my mail today, still no results, it's killing me. Oh yeah, about the lights. A couple friends and I were the first ones to shoot on Friday and we got their pretty early. I asked Kaz if they were going to turn the lights down because I remember in the past they have always done that for one of the shoots. He didn't hesitate to start flipping switches.
     
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  13. STRO

    STRO get'n rid of target panic

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    Congrats to Quin Virgil and Brian Kaskavage who finished first and second in the Bush class of the trophy division today. Not sure the rest of the results.
     
  14. Chris

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    That's great. Congrats to both of them.
     
  15. Jefro

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    Final results

    The chapionship is over. Bush Flight: 1st Brian Fish, 2nd Chris Catwright, and 3rd Chris Allen

    Championship Flight: 1st Emillio Hernandez, 2nd Scott Rhyner, 3rd Jeff Borg.

    This was a great time. Congrats to everyone.

    Thanks to Kish., Randy Rutledge and Caz Brewer for another great shoot.

    There were some absolutely some fantastic shooters this year.


    Jeff
     
  16. STRO

    STRO get'n rid of target panic

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    Congrats to all of them and thanks to everyone who helped put this on. I can't imagine all the hard work and time that is put in to put on a shoot like this. I was overwelmed with all the great shooters that were there. It was fun to watch them. I think the only thing I didn't do wrong at the shoot was dry fire my bow.
     
  17. Chris

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    Is there any truth that this shoot will not happen next year?
     
  18. big scores

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    Sorry I missed this one. What are you trying to say?
    Us boys from Wisconsin know how to shoot. Plus it is only 30 yards. How could your scores go down? I went to the third leg, and scored 2 points better than the first qualifier. Just because I was prepared.


    Hope you are not to sour about most of the money coming home to Wisconsin. The six of us that came down from the Oshkosh area took home a little over $1400.
    Plus $500 from the Busch flight also came home to Wisconsin.
     
  19. STRO

    STRO get'n rid of target panic

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    Congratulations

    Nice Shooting
     
  20. Pinwheel1969

    Pinwheel1969 #1 THREAD KILLER

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    Only 30 yds !!!!!!!. Great Scott!!! Is there no open class in that shoot!!! Seems like there would be some 40+ up w/ that yardage ? Shoot !!! I wish I could have made that one. Definatetly next year. If they have another one!!