Pelee Island should be on your BUCKET LIST of hunts TO DO.
We were guests and hosted by Lonnie Beckett. As members of SCI Canada, QDMA Canada and of course O.F.H.A.
Steve Elmy of Rack Stacker Deer Products and my self enjoyed an awesome pheasant hunt on Pelee Island with Lonnie as our host and guide.
The first of three pheasant hunts on the island. There were over 400 bird hunters on Canada’s southern most point of land.
The two day hunt starts at 8am until 5pm both days. Getting to a bird filled field early certainly helps in filling the two day ten bird limit.
I shot my first pheasant at 8:02 am. By 11 am we had 26 birds in the bag after walking non stop along hedge rows and cut wheat fields.
MNR and OPP were in the field checking licenses and patrolling the roads.
I talked briefly with the officers and no charges or problems had occurred by hunters.
Steve’s dog Kobe a Chocolate Lab performed great flushing tight sitting birds. Lonnies Nova Scotia Troller also did a great job finding a couple of roosters in thick hedges.
Steve’s Rack Stacker truck turned a few head with the camo wrap job
On Thursday night Lonnie who is also with the Pelee Island Sportsmen Club had three raffle tickets (proceed to local school) drawn by Shannon Cowie a waitress of Westview Restaurant where the raffle was held.
Winners of the draw are:
Sherri Smith of Pelee Island wins an Excalibur Crossbow- ticket #00562
Shannon Cowie of Pelee Island wins a 2011 Pheasant License for next years hunt ticket #00443
Howard Guerin of Chardon Ohio also wins a 2011 Pheasant License– ticket #01409
There are three raffle draws in total over the pheasant hunt season on Pelee Island
Tickets an be purchased on the ferry or island.
All proceed go towards the local school on the island.
We had all our birds cleaned AND BAGGED FOR $3 A BIRD.
THAT LEFT LOTS OF TIME TO EXPLORE THE ISLAND AND RELAX!