Quail Hunt in Cardwell, Missouri:
One day quail hunt in Cardwell, Missouri. This will be a half day quail hunt and a half day of shooting clays and fellowship with other women hunters. Lunch, drinks and snacks will be provided. Whether you are a novice or an experienced hunter, you are invited. This hunt is limited to 10 women hunters. Please see IMPORTANT information below on how to secure your spot on this hunt.

March 13, 2010 We will start hunting at approximately 9:00 a.m.

Location and Lodging:
**Update** We now have the opportunity to stay in an onsite cabin which is included in the price.
The hunt will be on privately owned land in Cardwell, Missouri. Hunters that will be arriving the day prior can stay in a hotel in Paragould, Arkansas, which is the closest town to the hunt.

The hunt:
The group of 10 women will be broken off into two groups of 5 hunters. One group will go to the field to hunt in the a.m. and the other will shoot clays and enjoy good fellowship among other women hunters until the first group returns prior to lunch. Lunch, desert and drinks will be provided. After lunch, the second group will go to the field to hunt and the first group will have the opportunity to shoot clays and visit with other hunters. We will depart Saturday after the hunt.

Bob Poyner will be our guide.

The cost for this hunt is $150 per hunter and this will include the hunt, lunch, clays, and 10 birds per hunter.

IMPORTANT: The $150 fee will secure your spot on this hunt on a first come-first serve basis and I must receive it by February 22nd. If you contact me, I will put your name on the list as pending until your fee is received.

The cost of a resident/non-resident license for a preserve quail hunt is $11 for the day.

Items to bring:
#7.5 Shot shells for quail hunting or what you normally use for quail hunting
Shells for clay shooting
Safety Orange hunting vest (hats will be provided)
Fold down chair or bag chair
Small cooler to carry your harvest home in

Contact Info:

This hunt is not affiliated with any group, magazine, or sponsorship and is a hunt, not an event with silent auction, games and raffles—no frou-frou here—just an actual hunt. I am not a booking agent, I am simply organizing this hunt for other women who would like to participate in a quail hunt. However, we will be filming footage for submission to Up North Journal for the Beyond the Wild series, should you choose not to be included in the footage, you will have the opportunity to let me know that in advance.

© Nancy Jo Adams, 2010