Photos: Over 80 competitors took part in 3D Archery Shoot

James Boe and son Jaxon let loose an arrow towards a target at the 3D Archery Shoot hosted by the Salmon Arm Fish and Game Club on Saturday, May 25. (Cameron Thomson/Salmon Arm Observer)
Chloe Kennedy, 11, takes aim at a practice target at the 3D Archery Shoot hosted by the Salmon Arm Fish and Game Club on Saturday, May 25. (Cameron Thomson/Salmon Arm Observer)
Jordan Kennedy returns from collecting his arrows at the 3D Archery Shoot hosted by the Salmon Arm Fish and Game Club on Saturday, May 25. (Cameron Thomson/Salmon Arm Observer)
Jordan Kennedy adjusts the sights of his bow before starting the course at the 3D Archery Shoot hosted by the Salmon Arm Fish and Game Club on Saturday, May 25. (Cameron Thomson/Salmon Arm Observer)
A bison target used at the 3D Archery Shoot hosted by the Salmon Arm Fish and Game Club on Saturday, May 25. (Cameron Thomson/Salmon Arm Observer)
Frank (left) and Valery Gaspard along with Scott Dodds mark down their scores at the 3D Archery Shoot hosted by the Salmon Arm Fish and Game Club on Saturday, May 25. (Cameron Thomson/Salmon Arm Observer)
Dayton Boe lines up a shot at the 3D Archery Shoot hosted by the Salmon Arm Fish and Game Club on Saturday, May 25. (Cameron Thomson/Salmon Arm Observer)

Archers of all ages aimed arrows at an array of animal targets this weekend at the 3D Archery Shoot.

Hosted by the Salmon Arm Fish and Game Club, the event had over 80 registered archers who hiked the trails near the clubhouse and took shots at life-sized animal targets.

The competitors were allotted one shot at each of the 40 targets spread throughout the trails.

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