2nd Annual Long Point Youth Heritage Hunt

Long Point’s 2nd Annual Heritage Hunt for Young Hunters

Sponsored by The Long Point Waterfowlers Association & Long Point Waterfowl

 This youth event will provide an opportunity for young hunters to learn more about waterfowl hunting and, most importantly, to get out in the marsh and personally

experience and enjoy the rich Waterfowl Hunting Heritage of the Long Point area.

Youth, ages 12 to 18, who are either licenced or certified

apprentice hunters, may apply to attend this event.

 Friday, September 20 

At Long Point Waterfowl’s Research & Education Centre 

5:00 – 7:00 pm: BBQ Dinner and beverages for youth hunters,

mentors and guides, courtesy of Long Point Waterfowl.

7:00 – 9:00 pm: Instruction and demonstrations on Firearms Safety, Rules and Regulations, Duck and Goose Calling, Waterfowl

Identification and Decoy Placement.

Lodging, with breakfast, is available for youth hunters and mentors (detailed information is included on the application form).

Saturday, September 21 

At the Long Point Waterfowl Management Unit.

Registration and blind allocation. Travel to assigned blinds, set up and hunt from legal shooting time until Noon (12:00 pm).

11:00 am – 2:00 pm: Demonstration on the Cleaning and Cooking of Waterfowl.

Supported by the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Long Point Provincial Park, the Long Point

Waterfowl Management Unit, the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters, Delta Waterfowl,

Ducks Unlimited Canada, Kent Cartridge and Winchester Canada.

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Application forms can be

downloaded from the Long  Point Waterfowl website: www.longpointwaterfowl.org


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