54 Birchwood Drive
Berlin, Vermont 05602


The Vermont Bowhunters working together for better Bowhunting.

Mission statement

     The Mission of the Vermont Bowhunters Association is to unite the Bowhunters of Vermont and to use their collective strength to work on behalf of current and future generations of Bowhunters, and to foster, protect, and preserve the sport of bowhunting and archery.


  1. Unite Vermont bowhunters with a common cause so that our voice will be heard.
  2. Present our membership’s positions on hunting and conservation issues to the  Fish & Wildlife Board, Fish & Wildlife Department, and Legislators.
  3. Support efforts to increase opportunities for bowhunters to hunt on public and private lands.
  4. Educate hunters and the general public on the values of bowhunting and the important role it plays in conservation and game management.
  5. Educate bowhunters by sponsoring and promoting Bowhunter Education Classes.
  6. Share with others the experience, knowledge, and skills gained through application of proper shooting skills and hunting practices. 
  7. Practice good sportsmanship, good hunting ethics, and safe hunting practices.
  8. Provide opportunities for bowhunters to meet and share experiences.
  9. Be a single source for information that is bowhunting and archery related.
The VBA helps Maine protect bear Hunting!
There is a referendum coming to a vote this fall that would stop Maine's bear hunting season as we know it today.  While the VBA is a young organization with limited funds we realize the impact this could have on not just the state of Maine but all of New England and indeed the country.  We have sent financial support to Maine Wildlife Conservation Council and hope to help out more in the comimg months.  You too can help go to:  http://savemainesbearhunt.com/

Be sure to post your pictures and success stories on the VBA
facebook page!  https://www.facebook.com/pages/Vermont-Bowhunters-Association/327419460672166

The Winner of our “Spring  2014 Support our Sport Raffle” is:

Buddy Lapierre, from Barnet, Vermont

He has his choice of One of theseTwo Prizes

2014 Thompson/Center                   or                   2014 Bow Tech Archery

Dimension Bolt Action Rifle                                        Carbon Knight Compound Box

Winners of "Members Appreciation Door Prize" Drawings

Winner of the Bob MacIlvane Custom Made Recurve Bow is

Matt Henderson, from Williamstown, Vermont

Winner of the “Vermont Bowhunters Association” Engraved Kingdom Knife is

Ronald Lafreniere, from Waterbury, Vermont


Vermont Bowhunters Association’s

Second Annual 3 D Shoot First Place Trophy Winners

Men’s Divisions 
Men’s Open Class:

Dave Hutchinson, Barre, Vermont
                                              Men’s Bowhunter Class:
Buck Russell, Tunbridge, Vermont              

                                              Men’s Traditional Class:
Ken Boutin, Williamstown, Vermont

                                              Boy’s Youth Class:
Eathan Pike, Williamstown, Vermont

Women’s Divisions

                                               Women’s Open Class:
Sue Eastman, Cabot, Vermont

                                               Women’s Bowhunter Class:
 Linda Eastman, Danville, Vermont 

                                               Women’s Traditional Class: 
Brenda Bailey, Barre Town, Vermont

                                               Girl’s Youth Class:
 Cheyanne Green, Montpelier, Vermont

Cub Division

We had 12 Cubs Participate in Our Shoot This Year each Received a Door Prize and a Marble Base Trophy


All the Adult Door Prizes Were Also Handed Out on Sunday.

We had 60 Adults, 9 Youth, and 12 Cubs, for a total of 81 Different shooters.

There were 24 shooter that shot both days for a total of 105 rounds.

Be sure to check back as we post pictures of the winners and shooter!

Look who stopped by at the Classic this year!

Participants at the 2013 3D Shoot
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