Tuesday, September 4, 2018

Hunting season is upon us so we will be out of the shop here and there. Please leave us an email or voicemail including a return number. We will respond as soon as possible(usually within a few days). Thank you for your patience, we hope your having a wonderful fall.

Thursday, August 16, 2018

Thursday, July 26, 2018

Family resemblance? 
Pika, Whistler, Whip.
Pick one...or try all three?

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Browse our great inventory for bows ready to ship or to get ideas for your next custom order.

Thursday, May 31, 2018

~Fresh Inventory~

 58" Whistler

62"&64" Classic Whips

See these and more on our "inventory longbows" page

Monday, May 14, 2018

The Whistler

The Hoary Marmot, often called a "Whistler" for the whistle they make to alarm each other.
Here a "Whistler" watches over his high country home in Glacier National Park where Dan spent many summers working with his family as a boy.
photo credit "Lorilie Nelson Photography"

The "Whistler" longbow
   Toelke Traditional Archery has always tried to cater to archers of all draw lengths. Since the introduction of the Pika we have had many requests for a longer Pika type longbow. 

   We are proud to announce the "Whistler" reflex deflex longbow. It is now offered in a 58 inch to accommodate up to 30.5 inch draw lengths and 60 inch for archers pulling up to 32 inches! The "Whistler" has proved to be smooth drawing, quiet, soft in the hand as well as being forgiving and easy to shoot. We are very excited to add it to our great line and are now taking orders on one piece and two piece take down bows. $825 for the one piece, $1075 for a T/D
 The Whistler(top) along side a Pika(bottom)

The Whistler design allowed us to create a grip just like the Pika's
 Whistler left, both grips are very similar to the whip

Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Our bows are known for the silence that comes after the shot and the lack of shock in the hand.  A smooth draw that offers ease and comfort shot after shot. Forgiveness of small shooter errors and comfortable grip that places the hand where it needs to be. 
The Pika puts these factors into a 54" or 56" package that is wildly handy in the field.