Date(s): Sunday, March 29, 2015
Hours: 7:30 AM
Event: Spring Youth Hunt
The hunts are open to boys and girls that have successfully completed a hunter safety course. A valid Michigan small game license is required. Hunts take place at Woodland Acres, north of St. Johns.
The hunts are divided into morning and afternoon groups. Each group will participate in a mock hunt, and shoot a few clay pigeons prior to going to the fields. Both groups will have lunch together at midday.
The emphasis is on safety and sportsmanship. This is a great event for your beginning hunter. The boys and girls will hunt in pairs under the close supervision of a guide/dog handler. They will hunt fields in which there will be four birds released for each hunter, giving them the opportunity to see a dog work the field, and experience the full excitement of the sport.
Again, the emphasis is on safety and good sportsmanship. Ingham PF reserves the right to restrict the hunt to youth that demonstrate sufficient control of a firearm and command of the rules of firearm safety. We request all kids become members of Pheasants Forever Ringnecks (Can be done at the event).
We suggest that all participants get some experience by shooting trap prior to the event. Many local gun clubs have public shooting hours. The cost is minimal and the club members are always happy to help new participants in this great sport.
For information or to register a hunter contact: Bill Kordenbrock at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 517.712.4113 (after 6:00 pm). PLEASE REGISTER EARLY!!!
MANY THANKS to our Host, Jim Graham, and for his continued support of Pheasants Forever.