The event will see participants shoot five shots from five stations from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at the range east of Houston. The club is urging family to bring their children to this event that will see trophies and prizes in three age groups.
“We hope people will come out and have a little fun,” said Bill Klauser, event spokesman. “We’ve got three age groups for kids and adults can shoot for bragging rights.”
Klauser said shooters should bring their own gun and shells and all youth under the age of 18 should be accompanied by an adult. There is a $5 entry fee.
“We will have people out there who will be glad to provide their gun for youngsters to shoot, if they bring an adult,” said Klauser. “This is more about the kids and having a little fun than anything else.
Age groups are:
Prizes and trophies will only be given to youth shooting in the event.
Klauser said there will be good shots and no-so-good shots at the event and it is open to the public.
“We will also have food available,” said Klauser. “We hope people will come out, enjoy the shoot and have a good time with us.”
Klauser said the club has held this event before and they are hoping for between 45 and 50 kids.
Shooters should take Highway 8 East to Enon Road and follow the signs.
For more information and details on the shoot contact Klauser at 456-4313.
Mississippi dove hunters will see more days to hunt dove this season with 20 extra days added by the Commission on Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks.
Season dates for the North Zone, which includes Chickasaw County are as follows: September 1 – September 21; October 4 – November 9; and December 15 – January 15, 2015 for a 90-day total dove hunting season.
Mississippi has a 15-bird daily bag limit for mourning and white-winged doves. The possession limit is 45 birds.