Now you're talking my first love (traditional archery/bowhunting.
Unfortunately after 50 years of pulling recurves and longbows I've had to give it up due to a rotator cuff that won't take it anymore.
I have 3 custom longbows and one 'tree stick' all are Acadian Woods by custom Bowyer Tim Mullins that I would part with. Others I want to keep.
All are fiberglass backed and the wood cores were specified by me (a certain number of parallel and tapered). All are reverse riser, center shot with slight palm swell.
The longbows are tillered at 64lbs @ the traditional 28" draw length. MY draw length is 33" so they pull over 70lbs for me. You can typically add 2.5-3 lbs per inch of draw length over the standard of 28".
These are older bows (circa mid 90's) but very good quality and good shooters. I have hundreds of hours of use on each.
Don't know if you'd be interested in any of them or how we would get together (I am in the Nacogdoches area) but thought I'd throw this out there in case you want to discuss it or see more pics.
More pics below: