Next Meeting…Wednesday, March 8th at the Eagles Club
Free burgers for paid members at 6 PM…Meeting at 7 PM
If you have not renewed your membership yet or you would like to sign up you can download a form to send in from our website , by talking to a club officer, or by stopping at L&H Shoe Shop.
Our benefits include our club newsletter, free burgers at most meetings, and a subscription to North Dakota Outdoors Magazine.
BCWF Predator Hunt – There were 16 teams and 32 hunters this year. There were a total of 13 coyotes shot. The winner of the riffle was Mike Thoreson. The largest coyote was shot by Ian Severson and Natalie Koch. The smallest dog was shot by Eugene Sandness, Keith Hample, Rob Sandness. The top 3 teams were -1st Place – 3 Coyotes. Eugene Sandness, Keith Hample, Rob Sandness;2nd Place – 2 Coyotes Dustin Krueger, Nick Olson, Austin Gahner; 3rd Place – 2 Coyotes. Justin Gronbeck and Gary Will. Ties were broke by check in time.
North Dakota Winter Show: We are having a booth again this year at the Winter Show March 9th-11th stop by and renew your membership if you have not had a chance to do so yet. We will have some information from the Game and Fish and a picture slide show of events throughout the year.
Big Spenders Banquet – Will be April 8th at the Eagles.
VCSU Scholarships: The application is attached to the email and also available at L&H Shoe Shop and Perry also has some. The deadline to turn in applications this year is April 1st.
Hunters Ed – Next class starts in March. Class dates will be March 13th, 14th, 16th, 20th, and 23rd. Contact Skip Pederson 845-3211 with questions.
Archery– They are shooting Monday and Wednesday nights starting at 7. The location is 1025 4 Bottle Drive. Contact Neil for more information 840-0173.
Summer Derby: Applications have been mailed out, if you are interested in fishing the derby and haven’t before contact Perry.
Gaylon Hansen Youth Day: The date has been set for August 2nd this year. The event is open to kids ages 9-18.
High School Trap League: There were 47 kids that attended the preregistration for the spring season.
Jr Naturalists – They will be making recycled bird houses on March 23 at the Rhodes Science Center Room 209 at 6pm.
There were 16 teams and 32 hunters this year. There were a total of 13 coyotes shot. The winner of the riffle was Mike Thoreson. The largest coyote was shot by Ian Severson and Natalie Koch. The smallest dog was shot by Eugene Sandness, Keith Hample, Rob Sandness.
Top 3 Teams –
1st Place – 3 Coyotes. Eugene Sandness, Keith Hample, Rob Sandness
2nd Place – 2 Coyotes. Dustin Krueger, Nick Olson, Austin Gahner
3Rd Place – 2 Coyotes. Justin Gronbeck and Gary Will
- Ties are broke by check in time.
We had 15 teams this year and 37 hunters. There were 11 total coyotes shot.
1st $259.00 Gary Will, Justin Gronbeck, Chris Oven
2nd $185.00 Russ Young,Lee Slykerman
3rd $111.00 Jeff Baumann
4th $ 74.00 Brandon & Randy Larson and Mic Carl
5th $ 35.00 Chris Olson Brandon Wilson
Small Dog – Gary Will
Big Dog – Randy Larson
22-250 winner Rob Sanders LaMoure
1st,Windham Weaponry AR-223,Pam Haugen
2nd,Windham Weaponry AR-223,Gary Will
3rd,Windham Weaponry AR-223,Rob Larson
4th,Windham Weaponry AR-223,Loran Larson
5th,Windham Weaponry AR-223,Josh Holm
6th,Tikka T3 Lite 243,Bob Latt
7th,Springfield Armory 9MM,James Hovda
8th,Remington 783 22-250 ,Dave Kelly
9th,Remington 783 308,Rodney Roscoe
10th,Savage Axis 270,Ralph Danuser
11th,Ruger American 243,Eugene Olson
12th,Remington 870 12 Gauge,Curt Engles
13th,Henery 22,John Zaun
14th,Ruger 22,Amanda Schoch
15th,Savage 17 HMR,Bryce Peterson