Larry D. Jones
Category A - Bowhunters showing Excellence in the Field of
Category C - Bowhunters who have shown Literary Excellence
that have Advanced the Sport of Bowhunting
Larry started his Bowhunting in 1961 and since has harvested 14 African and 15 bi game species of North America. He is best know for his elk hunting and calling, but has acquired affective skills for calling a variety of wildlife.
He is a member of the official measurer of the Pope and Young Club, and has animals interned into the Club’s record book. His Alaskan Moose ranks in the top 10 in the Pope & Young Club records. Larry’s nomination to the Bowhunters Hall Of Fame® has also been endorsed be the Traditional Archers of Oregon.
Larry is a member of several state hunting associations, Safari Club International, Wild Turkey Federation, and Oregon Hunter Association. He is on the Board of Directors for the Oregon Foundation for Blacktail Deer and has served on the Christian Bowhunters of America. He is a life member of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and has served on its board of directors.
He is a free-lance outdoor writer and shared knowledge though his “In Focus” column in Bowhunter Magazine. He has written for most major outdoor magazines. His first column “Bowhunting Tips” was for Doug Walker’s Western Bowhunter Magazine.
Larry enjoys photographing wildlife and scenery. Besides still photography, he captures wildlife on video and produces wildlife and Bowhunting videos.
Larry present seminars at sports shows, banquets, conventions, sports shops, churches, and clubs.
Larry has been the president of Wilderness Sound Productions Ltd., and has designed their outstanding line of deer, elk, predator, turkey, javelina, quail, hog and novelty calls. He has also produced their line of informational video and audio cassettes.
At present, he is the Bowhunter Magazine TV Producer, which allows him to videotape their hunts and expressing his passion for bowhunting through his planning and editing.