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Event Details

Event Status
Registration Open
Event ID
671
Event Name
Turkey Hunting 101: Meet and Greet
Program
Learn to Hunt

Registration Open 2 of 7 seats remaining

Location

Location:

4130 Adventure Trail, Rapid City, SD 57702

Schedule

Date & Times:
Jan 26, 2022 6:00PM - 8:00PM CST

About this Event:

Please note: Class start times are posted in Central Daylight Time but this class is set to start at 6:00 Mountain Daylight Time.

This is the first night of a 3-4 class series that ends with a turkey hunt. This series includes this meet and greet, turkey tactics, range day and a hunt. This is a hands on class that will span from the end of January into turkey season (April and May) We will have multiple mentors available to work with each participant. Each class leading up to the hunt is required to go on the hunt. No personal gear is needed. Wednesday evenings will be the first couple meeting times and the rest will develop around everyone's schedule. We provide all the gear and hunting spots. This class has very limited space and is designed for the whole family or adults learning how to hunt.

Details

Organized by:

Clint Whitley

Cancellation Policies:

If you are no longer planning on attending this class, please cancel your registration so that those on the waiting list will have a chance to attend.

Event Policies:

Minimum Age Policies:

All youth under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

Maximum Age Policies:

There are no maximum age policies

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About the Program

Overview:

Learn to scout, hunt, shoot, harvest, process and cook wild game. 
Each learn to hunt class builds confidence in novice hunters and allows them to advance their skillsets towards becoming an independent hunter. Starting with scouting and finding places to hunt, students begin to lay the foundation for how they could plan a hunting experience in the field. From there, our instructors provide instruction in necessary gear, licenses, and skills needed to harvest the species of choice. From there, students learn how to successfully and ethically harvest the species of their choice, process the meat to prepare it for cooking, and finally cook their harvested wild game.