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  1. hntnIwlgo

    SAWC YOUTH SHOOT IN TUCSON

    SOUTHERN ARIZONA WILDLIFE CALLERS YOUTH SHOOT SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2017 FOR YOUTHS 9 TO 17 AT THREE POINTS SHOOTING RANGE 9AM TO 1PM RIM FIRE ONLY! Bring eye and hearing protection if you have it. Club will provide .22 long rifle ammo, lunch and water! Participants must have a parent with them. This shoot will include gun safety, gun cleaning, predator calling and target shooting Must RSVP by September 10th by calling Moe at 520-306-0321 or email chickenmoe@yahoo.com For questions regarding this youth shoot please call Andy at 520-307-8843
  2. We had some boys in town from Missouri for a predator calling trip. I asked them if they'd like to go after coyotes, fox, bobcat or a lion. Of course they said they'd like to get a lion while they were here (as if it's that easy). Then - one of them jokingly said "hey, let's get one of each". I said, that's a tall order in 2.5 days - let's get rolling pronto.... Well - we got 3 of the 4. Started out on day one with a coyote on the opening stand. A mix of coyote vocals and small prey distress closed the deal: Picked up and hauled butt for a place to get a fox with thick fur and lots of red in the coat. Found the right one on day two: Stayed in generally the same area and called the deep wooded cuts for a bobcat. As day 2 was coming to a close - bam - here he comes to a mix of young female coyote vocals, rodents, birds, a rabbits and - boom - down he goes: Evidently the half day we had left just wasn't enough time for me to get a mountain lion called up too. Oh well. It certainly wasn't for a lack of effort. All were called with a Wildlife Technologies Might Atom 21 electronic call. All were shot with DPMS Compact Hunter rifles. It probably goes without saying - yes - those are items we stock at HEALY. And, if you've never heard a Mighty Atom e-caller - do yourself a favor and come on in for a demo. Please bring your current caller with you for comparison's sake. It's time to hear what your predators have been missing.
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