Naples Florida Archery

Naples Florida Archery

Call Casey at: 630-824-7366

Naples Florida Archery Equipment Supplier and Training Company open to the Public

We are Naples Florida Archery your one stop shop for archery equipment and archery training.  Our shop carries top brands including but not limited to Hoyt, Bowtech, Elite, Fuse, TrueGlo, Scott, CBE, Gold Tip, and Easton.  If we don’t have it in stock we can usually get it within two days!

Archery is safe, fun and easy to learn for all ages, genders, and abilities.  We pride ourselves on providing people the opportunity to learn proper archery marksman techniques, range safety, and equipment maintenance in an environment that is friendly and fosters focus, self-confidence, discipline, respect, and team building.  Our NFAA/USA Archery certified Instructors teach Olympic recurve, traditional recurve, and compound archery to children (age 8+), teens, and adults.  What ever your skill level we are here to help!  We offer one hour classes to fit your schedule.

Archery Tag is a new and exciting event!  We host open events after normal range hours. You can also book a private Archery Tag event for your group.  Please click on the Archery Tag page for details or you can go to our events page to see when our next scheduled event will take place.

Naples Archery provides Bowfishing equipment as well!

Through our over 100 years of combined archery experience we have developed a bowfishing store designed for you to become more involved in making the correct decisions before you make your purchase.  We stock, what we feel are the best manufactures that cater to bowfishing. Such as Diamond, RPM, AMS, Cajun Bowfishing, Muzzy, Fin-Finder.

We strive to educate the beginner and help the experienced. We can even hook you up with one of our trusted guides

Question: I have been trying to get into the sport of bowfishing but two issues have my parents and I a little puzzled. I heard that if you are going to bow fish, you need some kind of special reel on the bow (don’t know whether it was an open face reel or a crank reel). We are also unsure what license I should use. Do we need a hunting or a fishing license to bow fish?

Answer: In most states you will need sport fishing licenses since you will be taking fish and not game. No special reels or gear are required for bowfishing but you must have the arrow shaft or the point, or both, attached by a line to the bow or to a fishing reel.

Be sure to check with the governing law enforcement agency for the area where you intend to fish because not all areas of the state (including various federal, state and local parks) are open to the sport. Some areas prohibit using this type of fishing gear because they consider it possibly a “deadly weapon.” This has been the case primarily in incorporated city areas.