View our scheduled chapter events, how to get registered and past events.
2018 Youth Day
Oct 07 - 07, 2018
2018 Youth Mentor Hunt
Oct 13 - 13, 2018
34th Annual Banquet
Feb 23 - 23, 2019
Chapter Monthly meetin
Aug 14 - 14, 2018
2018 Youth Fishing Derby
Jun 09 - 09, 2018
Annual Youth Fishing Derby
Jun 13, 2015
Plan to join us for our 2018 Youth Day, Oct 7th at Little Sioux Park, Correctionville, Iowa. Enjoy a day of outdoor shooting and archery for both boys and girls ages 5-18 years of age.
Annual Fishing Derby: held at Little Sioux Park in Correctionville, IA 2018 event date: June 9th 2018. We want to thank Dick's Bait and Tackle and the Riverside Fareway store for providing food, bait and prizes for this event
Each year Woodbury County has an annual banquet to get fellow pheasant hunters and those in the community to gather together in support of our pheasants. Raising money to help the efforts of conservation and habitat that is related to our pheasant population. As well, educating those new members and or youth in why our Pheasants Forever Chapter is important to the sport in our communities.
Join us for our monthly meetings. These are held usually on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at El Fredo's Pizza. The Woodbury County Chapter of Pheasants Forever would like to invite all members to attend these meetings. We discuss local habitat projects, youth events, annual banquet or other items related to Pheasants Forever and our local community in Iowa.
We pair mentors with inexperienced youth hunters in a hunt for live pheasants in a controlled environment. Participants received shooting tips, dog training instructions and a chance to shoot live pheasants. All of the young hunters learned some of the finer skills of upland game hunting from our staff. Woodbury County Pheasants Forever is honored to carry on the passion for teaching the next generation of hunters.
While we all like to have fun in the field and chase pheasants for miles, safety is one of the most important aspects. We promote and encourage hunter safety in the field. Hunter education classes show both youth and adults the proper way to hold, maneuver and practice proper gun care. We at the Woodbury County Chapter believe it is essential for kids to become familiar with gun operation and be comfortable with handling their firearm. For more information on our youth hunts, please contact us through our website. If you are interested in enrolling yourself or your child in the Iowa hunter education course, please click the link below.