Bows

At Plum Creek Archery, we carry a variety of bows from top manufacturers throughout the industry. From traditional longbows and recurve, to modern compound, as well as crossbows and bows for fishing. Looking for something specific or not sure what you need? Not a problem. Ask any of our helpful store associates for advice or help in locating what you need. We want to be your source for the equipment you’re looking for.


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    Compound Bows

    Compound bows are hand-drawn, hand-held bows with a mechanical component that reduces the draw weight and increases the speed of the arrow. Cables and cams (or pulleys) ease the draw and reduce the bow’s holding weight (called let-off). These vary from traditional bows in that they have these added mechanisms, and are often heavier. Depending on your skill level, shooting interest, capabilities, and simple preferences, a compound bow could be the right type of bow for new shooters. Not sure? Just ask our helpful associates or rent a bow and try it out in our shooting range. learn more »
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    Crossbows

    At Plum Creek Archery, we carry the top brands of crossbows. Stop in and check out our selection. If you don’t see what you are looking for or the brand you want please be sure to ask one of our associates. We can get what you need. learn more »

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    Recurve Bows

    Recurve bows are a traditional style of bow with curved limbs at the ends of the bow, which help deliver energy to the arrow, increasing its speed. These bows are popular in the Olympics and other competitive events. Want to try out a modern recurve bow? Not a problem. Just stop in and ask any of our helpful associates. They would be glad to get you started. learn more »

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    Bowfishing

    Forget the rod and reel. Bowfishing is just that: fishing using a bow. Bowfishing bows can be traditional or compound, and the arrows used are typically heavier and stronger than other arrow types, are barbed so they do not pull out of the fish, and can be attached to a line so the fish can be reeled or pulled back to the archer. If you're interested in different type of fishing, ask any of our helpful associates about bowfishing bows, arrows, accessories, and other helpful advice. learn more »
“MeatEater” Steven Rinella Talks Hunting and Conservation

29 March 2017, 8:33 am

“MeatEater” Steven Rinella Talks Hunting and Conservation

Hunters are the original locavores. Striking out into woods to procure your organic meat is the ultimate sustainable lifestyle. Steven Rinella shares his meat-eating lifestyle through his books, articles, podcasts and TV show. Rinella reaches broad audiences because he focuses his work on hunting experiences and his dedication to sourcing organic meat. Rinella often hunts […]

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