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Uwharrie River Branch QDMA Coyote Hunting Tournament

There is a Coyote Hunting Tournament hosted by the Uwharrie River Branch QDMA happening this weekend! The hunt starts at 5pm on the 24th and ends at 5pm on the 26th. Prizes given for biggest coyote harvested, most coyotes harvested and largest by a youth under 16. Prizes will be coyoteawarded at our banquet along with a meal, silent auction items, door prizes and various hunting booths as well.
First place prize for the most coyotes will be a hog hunt donated by us, 704 Outdoors!  They have baited and lighted stands for day and night hunting with some real monster hogs. Lunch will be provided in this hunt. Hunt to be held sometime in March this year.Biggest coyote by weight will get a free camo skull mount of their coyote done by Skull & Bones Taxidermy.

Youth prize 15 and younger as of Jan 24th will have a chance for a guided turkey hunt with Soggy Bottom Outdoors out of Bisco.
(Any ties will be broken by weight)

Coyote check in times will be from 2-5 on Friday and 2-5 on Saturday.  Coyotes MUST be checked in by 5pm on saturday to be entered into the contest.  Please bring coyotes in as fresh as possible so that the biologist and students can get good samples from them.Tickets MUST be purchased BEFORE 5pm on Thursday to be entered into this hunt.  Call (336) 625-4321 to purchase tickets over the phone or in person at Craven Deer Processing, 1523 S Fayetteville St, Asheboro, NC 27205. Hunt tickets are $35 adult/ $20 youth under 16 before Jan 24th 2013. Meal only tickets are $7. A meal is included with each hunt ticket. With the purchase of a hunt ticket you will also receive a one year membership to the Quality Deer Management Association, which includes six issues of Quality Whitetails Magazine!

Hunt anywhere you can legally hunt coyotes with the weapon of your choice. NCWRC biologists and NCSU veterinary students will be on hand to study your kills and insure all coyotes were taken fresh and not frozen. Coyotes will be used to study canine diseases here in NC. All coyotes and parts thereof will become property of the Uwharrie River Branch. More info on the hunt can be found at www.cravendeerprocessing.com or on Facebook at Uwharrie River Branch QDMA.
RSVP the Event on facebook HERE and see who else is participating!
Check out Uwharrie River Branch QDMA’s facebook page HERE and give them a Like!

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