Posts tagged: Washington Waterfowl Association
WATERFOWLING — The Washington State Championship Duck Calling Contest, sponsored by the Washington Waterfowl Association, is set for Aug. 24 in Lacey.
The event includes duck and goose events for open, junior, peewee, novice and two-person categories. Competition will take place at Cabela's, 1600 Gateway Blvd. NE.
Top prize is $1,000 plus qualification for the Nov. 29-30 World's Championship Duck Calling Contest in Stuttgart, Ark.
Contact: Kurt Snyder, (360) 485-9353, email email@example.com.
WATERFOWLING — The 2012 Washington State Duck Calling Championship is set for Aug. 25, sponsored by the Washington Waterfowl Association, Yakima Valley Chapter.
The event, a qualifier for international competition, will start at 7 a.m. at Columbia Park in Kennewick.
The following contests are scheduled:
Info and pre-registration: Abel A. Cortina (509)786-9196.
HUNTING — For the second time since 1937, youngsters can apply for limited permits to participate in a two-day youth waterfowl hunt this fall at Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will restrict the hunters under 16 to about eight hunting sites during Washington’s youth waterfowl season, Sept. 24-25.
Two youth hunters accompanied by one or two non-hunting adults will be allowed at each site. The hunters must have state small game and waterfowl licenses.
Hunters will be selected in a random drawing.
Applications will be accepted Aug. 1-15.
Apply on a U.S. Postal Service postcard. Include the youth's full name, address and telephone number.
Youths may apply with a youth friend or youth sibling on the same application.
Mail postcards to Refuge Manager, Turnbull NWR, 26010 S. Smith Road, Cheney, WA 99004.
The Spokane Chapter of the Washington Waterfowl Association will conduct a workshop the week prior to the hunt to help the youths select hunting sites and provide waterfowl identification and hunting tips.
Info: 235-4723; fws.gov/turnbull/
HUNTING– A waterfowl calling contest coming up in the Tri-Cities will give the open division winner an all-expense-paid trip to the hallowed quacking grounds of the World Duck Calling Championships in Stuttgart, Ark.
The sanctioned Washington Duck Calling Championships are set for Aug. 6-7 at Wholesale Sports in Kennewick, sponsored by the Washington Waterfowl Association.
In addition to the Open Duck competition, the event has eight other contests and divisions for duck, goose, youth and two-person competition.
Info: Abel Cortina, (509) 786-9196, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Read on for details on the divisions.