The Indiana Predator Challenge

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The Indiana Predator Challenge

Postby Hoosier Drake » Tue Dec 06, 2005 9:23 pm

The Indiana Predator Challenge is a three day competitive hunt held in the Hoosier National Forest of Southern Indiana where hunters from across the Midwest gather for good times and great hunting. Three and four man teams will collect points for each Red Fox, Coyote and Gray Fox they harvest as well as bonus points available during the rifle competition. At the end of the weekend hunt points will be tallied and great prizes like rifles and custom calls will be awarded to each member of the winning teams. Door prizes will also be handed out randomly!

With over 900,000 acres available to hunt during the contest each entrant will have the opportunity to test his or her abilities against unpredictable weather, rugged terrain, wary predators, other callers and riflemen. Despite the competition factor you’ll find a great atmosphere around the campfire and some good stories being shared over a pot of warm chilly. Hunters of all experience levels are welcome, seasoned local hunters are available as teammates. Entries are limited and the deadlines are fast approaching, get your team together and enter today! Visit www.IndianaPredatorChallenge.com for more info and all required paperwork or call Jason R. Bruce at 812-267-7457.

Time & Place
February 3rd, 4th & 5th

Check-in: Noon on Friday 3rd

Awards: 1:00 p.m. on Sunday 5th

Hunt Headquarters: Rome, IN

Graduated Fee Schedule
October 15th - December 15th = $50.00 per hunter.
December 15th and January 15th = $60.00 per hunter.

Contact: Jason R. Bruce

Jrbhunter@hotmail.com

812-267-7457
Cuz hunting ain't catch and release.
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Postby Greg Wile » Wed Dec 07, 2005 5:19 pm

Sounds interesting.
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