Cajun Archery history in the outdoor industry runs as deep and a long as the Mississippi River. Founded in 1963 by William 'Billy' Amentor, Cajun Archery has enjoyed a 45 year history making products for outdoor enthusiasts. The company’s initial product line consisted of an extensive line of both hardwood and cedar arrows. Cajun ran strong on its’ arrow production through the mid 1970’s and in 1976 began to diversify into other parts of the archery market by purchasing the rights to the original Sting-A-Ree bowfishing tip. Knowing there was a growing market for bowfishing and other segments of archery Billy gradually branched out into different aspects of both bowfishing and archery with a host of products from bow wax, to fish tips, to arrows to bow tools. The company would continue to grow over the course of the next three decades. In 2004, Cajun Archery was purchased by David White of Corolla Capital Management, LLC and moved from the heart of cajun country to Logan, UT. Today, Cajun Archery still maintains and produces a full-line of cedar and hard wood arrows as well as an extensive line of bowfishing products to include points, reels, reel seats, and complete bowfishing kits. Augmenting the Cajun Archery product lines are the Aboriginie Blowguns, Plucker and Tusker product lines. Cajun continues to develop new and innovative products for the outdoor and bowfishing enthusiast.