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Knife Depot Sponsors The First Louisiana State Throwing Knives and Tomahawk Competition

We love throwing knives, that’s for sure, which is why we jumped at the chance to sponsor the first Louisiana State Throwing Knives and Tomahawk Championship.  The event, which was held on May 14 and 15 in Arcadia, LA, featured some of the finest knife and tomahawk throwers in the South.

Thirteen throwers entered the competition, with seven in the men’s professional division, one in the women’s professional division, two in the amateur men’s division, two in the amateur’s women’s division and one in the junior division.

The results were as follows:

Men’s Professional Division:
1st place- “Red Bear”- Jim Day with a score of 141
2nd place-“Gator Tooth”- Wade Tucker with a score of 137
3rd place- “Old Dog”- Bob Pyle with a score of 135
4th place- “Walking Eagle”- Chuck Weems with a score of 133

Women’s Professional Division:
1st place- “Fox Trot”:-Tiffany Ingram with a score of 89

Amateur Men’s Division:
1st place- “Udder Lover”- Jesse Batson with a score of 52
2nd place- “Red Legs”- Walter Bailey with a score of 47

Amateur Women’s Division:
1st place- “Wanda Vou”- Wanda Bailey with a score of 63
2nd place- “Land Owner’s Sister”- Suzy Little with a score of 56

Junior Division:
1st place-Trace Bearden with a score of 60

True to form, many of the participants wore traditional frontier garb while competing.  Check out  a few pics below.

3 Comments

  1. Thank you for the article. It was great!

  2. How do you find out about more throwing knife competitions? I’m an expert knife thrower but do not know any connections to finding out about competitions and tournaments.

  3. Awesome. I wish they had competitions like this where I’m from and I love that everyone wore traditional garb too.

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