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Learn to turkey hunt at Crex Meadows Wildlife Area

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Learn to turkey hunt at Crex Meadows Wildlife Area

Postby Fitter » Tue Mar 18, 2014 1:30 pm

Do you want to learn to turkey hunt, but didn't know where to start?

The Department of Natural Resources can help.

A spring Learn to Hunt Turkey event at Crex Meadows Wildlife Area is a good place to start.

You will be paired up with an experienced hunter, learn about conservation, hunting tactics, and firearm safety during the classroom portion of the learn to hunt program and then get a chance to experience a Wisconsin hunting tradition.

Learn to hunt events welcome novice adult (over 18 years old) hunters. The DNR encourages friends or families to sign up together

No license is required and, since novices will be hunting with a mentor, hunter education requirements are waived. The Learn to Hunt event is free. Equipment will be provided if needed.

The classroom segment, plus a range session for practice is scheduled for April 3 from 5-9 p.m. at Crex Meadows. The hunt will follow on April 5-6 April 6. Pre-registration is required by March 27. Space limited to 12 mentees. Crex Meadows is also seeking mentors to guide aspiring turkey hunters on the hunt from dawn until noon.

To register for the Learn to Hunt Turkey, become a mentor, or for more information, please contact: Kristi Pupak, Wildlife Conservation Educator at 715-463-2739 or via email: Kristina.pupak@wisconsin.gov
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Re: Learn to turkey hunt at Crex Meadows Wildlife Area

Postby Archie » Thu Mar 20, 2014 9:10 pm

That sounds like a blast to be a mentor for that. Too bad it is a 300 mile hike for me or I would be all over that opportunity.
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