Howlin' Mad Coyote Derby, Hillsboro, OR.

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  1. jeremiahjack

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    First annual, Howlin' Mad Coyote Derby. Feb.13th through Feb. 28th. Hosted by Willamette Valley Arms, in Hillsboro ,Or.
    Winning team will based on number of coyotes killed. Top prize will receive two Thompson Center, Dimension, rifles chambered in .223, and a private hunt with Mossy Oak Pro Staff member John Brody.
    There will be a secondary contest...Record your own PG13 rated coyote hunt to be voted on by the, Willamette Valley Arms facebook followers. The video with the most "likes" will win minimum of 20 pounds of (exploding targets) Tannerite.
    Estimated over $4500 in prizes. There will be door prizes. You don't even have to shoot anything to win back your entry fee!
    We will begin Feb.13th, 7:30pm at the Hillsboro Trap & Skeet Club. (33295 NW Wren Road, Hillsboro, OR) with a coyote hunting seminar by John Brody.
    Cost: $100 per (two person) team. Proceeds will be donated to a local 4-H Shooting Club.
    Must hunt within Oregon. Two persons per team. No splitting up. No trapping. No hunting with dogs. No aerial hunting.
    Must first sign in at Willamette Valley Arms, 2110 NE Cornell RD, Hillsboro, OR. (503) 547-1911
     
  2. Swedish K

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    Sounds fun! hmmmm what does a non resident license run?...
     
  3. stantheman

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    Anyone need a partener let me know will drive in return of some much needed experience :)
     
  4. DonovanJay

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    That sounds like a blast! Are there any other rules? Weapon restrictions? Optics?
     
  5. prkrgrp

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    what about hunting on private land ? also hunting over bait on private land, and yes also spotlighting on private land
     
  6. jeremiahjack

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    There are no weapon, or optic restrictions.
     
  7. jeremiahjack

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    We don't care where you do your hunting. Whether it's on private,or public,...as long as it is in Oregon..., and legal. It is perfectly legal to hunt with a spotlight on private land, so go for it!
     

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