Next Level Bowhunting Workshop

October 21-23, 2016



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Want to be a more successful bow hunter?
Looking for expert instruction?
Then this is the workshop for you!

Who can attend?
Licensed, Adult Bow Hunters 18 years of age or older who have completed a hunter education course.



Class Selections:
Detailed Class Descriptions
  • Bow Hunting Methods & Techniques
  • Camouflage, Scent Control, Lures, Calls
  • Treestand use, Placement & Safety
  • Shot Placement &Recovery of Game
  • Evening Bow Hunt on a Wildlife Management Area
Agenda
Friday
4:30-6:00PM Arrival and Hunting Gear Inspection
6:00-7:00 Dinner
7:00-9:30 Classroom: Preparation before the hunt
                  Bow Hunting Methods
                  Outdoor Preparedness
                  Shot Placement and Game Recovery
Saturday
7:00-8:00AM Breakfast
8:00-9:00 Blood Trailing Exercies
9:00-12:00 Scouting and Stand Placement
12:00-1:00 Lunch
1:00-3:00 Stand Placement and Hunt Preparation
3:00-6:30 Evening Hunt at Featherfin WMA
7:00-8:00 Dinner
8:00-9:30 Debrief Hunt- Game Care
Sunday
7:00-8:00AM Breakfast
8:00-11:00 Game Care, Stand Retrieval, Debrief Hunt
11:30AM Dismissal



Cost
Early Bird: $90 (registration and payment recieved by September 30, 2016)
Regular Price: $100 (registration and payment recieved after September 30, 2016)
Covers meals Friday Dinner-Sunday Lunch, lodging and all instructionParticipants are required to bring their own archery equipment, hunting clothing, treestand with a TMA approved full body harness or ground blind. Proficiency with archery equipment out to 25 yards is required.
Please register by: October 7, 2016




Refund Policy
Full Refund by September 30, 2016
Nonrefundable after September 30, 2016

Rustic but comfortable bunk style lodging. Please bring your own linens, pillow and toiletries. Participants are requiered to provide their own archery equipment, hunting clothes, treestand with a TMA approved full body harness or ground blind. Profciency with archery equipment out of 25 yards required.

A health form, a list of items to bring, and other information will be sent as soon as your registration form has been received.

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