Squirrel Hunt set for Sunday

The third annual Hunter’s Rendezvous Squirrel Hunt will begin at 7:45 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 31, with a mandatory meeting of all participants at the Dowagiac Conservation Club. Breakfast will be available starting at 7 a.m., with chili and hot dogs served for lunch at noon.

This is an opportunity to take a youngster hunting and to help cure a case of cabin fever.

Weigh-in will be at the conservation club at 4 p.m. sharp. Late arrivals will be disqualified.

Statewide hunting guidelines, with all applicable Michigan hunting rules and regulations, will be followed. This a rimfire rifle or handgun event. No shotguns allowed except for youths 14 and under. No dogs are allowed.

This is a two-person team event with an entry fee of $20 per team. Ten squirrel limit total weight will determine winners. Cash rewards and prizes will be given to winning teams, based on the number of entries.

To sign up for this event contact Rich Atkinson at (269) 424-5186 or sign up and learn more about it at the Hunter’s Rendezvous on Saturday, also held at the Dowagiac Conservation Club. The club is located just north of Dowagiac on M-51 North.

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