The Promised Land Sportsman Association will be holding the first annual state-wide Coyote Hunt check-in station on Feb. 4, Feb. 5, and Feb. 6.


The Promised Land Sportsman Association will be holding the first annual state-wide Coyote Hunt check-in station on Feb. 4, Feb. 5, and Feb. 6.

The check-in station will be located at the Promised Land Sportsman Grove on Route 390, and will be open from 4 pm to 8 pm on the before-mentioned dates.

The registration fee is $25, and includes a seminar by Ron Tussel, a seminar by Sheri Baity, and a dinner at the Promised Land Volunteer Fire Company on Rt. 390 from 12 noon to 6 pm on Sunday, Feb. 6.

Prizes will be offered successful hunters, with 50% of the entry fees paid back.

A $50 reward will be given for each coyote brought in. After all single-kill awards have been distributed, the remaining balance (if any) will be divided.

The seminars and dinner will be on a first come, first serve basis due to a capacity limit of 225 people at the Promised Land Volunteer Fire Company.

For more information on rules, and to receive a registration form, contact Rich Harmony at 610-682-4615 or e-mail rchntr3@dejazzd.com, or call Bob Larkin at 570-263-7043 or e-mail robrien1949@yahoo.com or visit PromisedLandSportsmen.org (downloadable registration forms are available on this site as well).