August 30, 2016
The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is hosting an Advanced Bowhunting Clinic on the latest bowhunting equipment, hunting tactics and treestand safety on Saturday, September 24 at the Chelsea Fish & Game Club in Chelsea.
The clinic has an online registration deadline of September 10 for up to 30 participants. Register here: (http://tinyurl.com/AdvancedBowhunter).
The clinic will cover modern (vertical) compound bows, equipment setup, arrow selection, tuning tips, trail cameras, maps, advanced hunting tactics, and treestand safety. Participants are encouraged to bring their vertical bows and arrows to compete in a 3D shoot for a rangefinder contributed by Parro's Gun Shop in Waterbury.
A light lunch will be provided by the Fish & Wildlife Department.
"This clinic will cover everything you need to know to become a better bowhunter," says Shooting Range Project Technician Daneil Pieterse. "Students will learn practical skills and have a chance to increase their knowledge of the craft of bowhunting."
Media Contacts: Daneil Pieterse, (802) 272-6923, Daneil.Pieterse@Vermont.Gov; John Pellegrini, (802) 272-2909, John.Pellegrini@Vermont.Gov
Source: Department of Fish and Wildlife
Last Updated at: August 30, 2016 15:52:08