Live in Oregon? Love hunting? Want to get someone new to hunting involved? Here’s your chance.
In an effort to raise awareness about the benefits of hunting and to get more new hunters into the field, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife is hosting a “Take a Friend Hunting” contest. The goal is for experienced adult hunters to mentor new or lapsed hunters this fall.
“Learning to hunt can be challenging for adults who didn’t grow up hunting,” said Chris Willard, ODFW recruitment and retention coordinator. “Mentoring by a friend or relative is a great way for those interested in hunting to get started.”
Among other things, the prize package includes an Eberlestock Team Elk pack.
Go here to register and for more information.