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​​Molokai Bowhunters

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BECOME A MEMEBER

​To become a member:

Submit your info on the Contact Page and you will receive our membership application and payment instructions. All membership applications and renewal requests are reviewed by our board members.

  • Annual Resident Membership fee is $20 per family
  • Annual off Island & Executive Membership fee $100 per family

Executive membership relieves you of range maintenance  and other member volunteer services.


PRESIDENT – Kenny Dudoit-Enos
VICE PRESIDENT –
Kimo Kaiama
SECRETARY – 
John Thoene
TREASURER –
Mary Rapanot
SGT @ ARMS – Brian Tachibana
HUNTING COORDINATOR Kimo Kaiama
RANGE COORDINATOR- Lance Tancayo

Contact Info: Nelson Rapanot 567-9031

                     John Thoene 646-1872


​​​​​Shooting a Bow: 7 Tips For Better Long-Range Accuracy
by Jace Bauserman
Shooting a compound bow past 40 yards was once frowned upon. How times have changed. Advancements in bow performance and technology have shooters around the globe extending their shooting range.

 

Archery Form – Stance, Grip, Shot Execution
by Jace Bauserman

Developing proper archery form is as critical as having a well tuned bow. Without proper form, even the most well tuned bows will not perform with great accuracy.


Do You Have What it Takes?​

​by Godfrey Akaka Jr.

Archery is fun for the whole family. But bow hunting is not for the faint hearted. It takes physical endurance, patience, perseverance, and mental discipline. There is a high percentage of individuals who quit after experiencing many unsuccessful hunts and gear malfunctions. The difficult experiences and challenges is what bow hunting is all about. These experiences are part of the journey that true bow hunters learn to enjoy, then begin to master.


“Don’t only practice your art, but force your way into its secrets, for it and knowledge can raise men to the divine.”
― Ludwig van Beethoven.


So if you can muster the attitude to endure, "Enjoy the Journey."