As the State NFAA Affiliate, the Nevada Bowhunting Association hosts the NFAA State Championships Each Year.
Currently there are Five Nevada State Championship Shoots held each year and an All Around Championship for Archers who compete in at least three of the five.
The Nevada State Championships Shoots are:
The Indoor State Championships are shot around the state at local archery shops and clubs between February 1st and March 31st. The Nevada State Indoor Championships will be held over 2 days and will consist of 1 Vegas Indoor Round and 1 NFAA Indoor Round.
The Outdoor State Championships are hosted by a local club each year and shot at their range. It consists of a NFAA Field Hunter Round where archers shoot at 28 Hunter, 28 Field, and 14 Animal Targets over the course of 2 days. This year hosted by Las Vegas Archers on October 14th & 15th
The Marked Yardage 3D Championships is hosted in Eureka, Nevada at the Perdiz gun and archery range. It consists of 40 3D animal targets set at marked distances from 5 to 100 yards. Range finders and binoculars are allowed. Camping is available onsite for a donation.
The Unmarked Yardage 3D Championships is hosted in Eureka, Nevada at the Perdiz gun and archery range. It consists of 40 3D animal targets set an unknown distances. Range finders and binoculars are NOT allowed. Camping is available onsite for a donation. We also host our Bow Hunter Jamboree the annual awards dinner, raffle and chili cookoff on Saturday night.
The Nevada State 900 Round is a single day tournament where archers shoot at the classic 10 Ring Archery Target at three known distances. Archers shoot 30 arrows at each distance for a total of 90 arrows.
NBHA All Around Championships
Members will be ranked by the cumulative score from all 5 tournaments. The top ranked archer in each NFAA Category may receive the title of All-Around State Champion and receive a belt buckle at an awards ceremony at the NBHA Jamboree the following year if they have met the following criteria.
They are Members in good standing of the Nevada State NFAA.
They competed in at least 4 of the 5 tournaments.
They had at least 3 other archers in their category or met the Minimum Qualifying Score for all tournaments they participated in.
Rankings will be posted on the Nevada Bow Hunters Association website for each year at the end of the Season.