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Looks like 50 +deg. and sun part time
Bring lube for the targets.
 

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As soon as the last indoor state shoot is done then i'll get my outdoor bow set up, the 6th of april won't get here soon enough.
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Do you need to be an ASA member to shoot?

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How much is it? I've never shot an ASA tourney and really don't know too much about it.
 

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Absolutely beautiful weather today!
 

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Thanks to all the shooters that came out and shot today.
To answer the questions above.
You don't have to be an ASA member until the State Shoot or for a PRO/AM.
You do get a magazine with you membership. ($30 single $40 family) Unless you go to the shoots and asked the clubs if they have any left.
By getting through a club you help them out.
It costs $25 (all adult and young adult classes)
Youth and Eagle classes $5.00
Pay back is $10/ shooter in each $25 class. We pay back 1 place for every 5 shooter in a class 1-5 one place 6-10 two 11-15 three etc.
ASA has a speed limit for each class Look on bottom of first page of website.
You can find the rules on the national Web site. www.asaarchery.com
Send me an e-mail if you have any other questions. [email protected]
 

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Thanks for the info. I appreciate it!

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