Welcome to the next generation in conservation and pheasant hunting enthusiasts. In efforts to help our younger generation play a larger role in our efforts to conserve and provide habitat for upland game, our chapter provides today's youth with opportunities to learn about what Pheasants Forever is truly about. The Woodbury County Chapter provides conservation educational materials, safety of firearms and mentor youth hunts for those kids who may not have the same opportunities as most. Take a moment and read about our youth events or find out how you can become a key component of helping future Pheasants Forever Members.
2019 Annual Youth Fishing Derby
2019 Annual Youth Fishing Derby June 15th@ Little Sioux Park, Correctionville Iowa. Fishing from 9-11 am with lunch and prizes to follow. Pre-registration is requested. Register through this web-site on the contact page. Include child/childrens name, age, address and phone number, or contact Scott Rustwick @ 712-277-2263, firstname.lastname@example.org to pre-register.
2019 Annual Youth Day
Annual 2019 Youth Day: October 6, 2019
Starting at 11AM till 2PM @ Little Sioux Park, Correctionville Iowa
For boys and girls ages 2-17. Events include BB gun (Up to age 8), Air rifle (up to age 12), .22 cal rifle (age 10 and over)
Shot gun trap shoot (age 12-17 and you must bring your Hunter Safety Certificate or a current hunting liscence). Archery for all ages.
Lunch will be provided along with prizes at the end of the day.
Pre registration is requested. Use the Contact page on this web-site. Add the childs name, age and address in the COMMENT section of that page. Multiple kids may be registered on that page.
You may also register by calling Scott Rustwick @ 712-277-2263 or email@example.com
2019 Youth Mentor Pheasant Hunt
Pheasants Forever mentored pheasant hunts are the ideal way to introduce kids and teens to hunting, as experienced volunteer hunters from Pheasants Forever coach youth on the importance of firearm safety, wildlife habitat and hunting technique.
The future of responsible hunting and conservation lies in the hands of our youth. The Woodbury County Pheasants Forever Chapter believes that taking a child hunting is an excellent opportunity to teach them not just how to shoot game, but about the whole culture and tradition of hunting. Our chapter provides several opportunities for youth to get involved with the sport and to interact with other young hunters.
Oct 12, 2019. Contact Jason for more information @ firstname.lastname@example.org or (712) 253-7982?.
Youth Hunter Safety and Education
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. Through these classes and education we show both youth and adults the proper ways to hold and maneuver guns, along with proper gun care. Our goal is helping those who are not familiar with a gun, to become comfortable with handling their firearm so that they can enjoy their hunts successfully. For more information as to when or where our hunting safety classes can be found, please follow the links below.
REGISTRATION: SIGN UP THROUGH THE IOWA DNR HUNTER EDUCATION REGISTRATION PAGE. GO TO LINKS ON OUR WEB-SITE
The following are links for Hunter Education classes
This is for Huner Education Field Day: dates and location.
The Hunting and Conservation Camp for Boys
Hunting and Conservation Camps
The Hunting and Conservation Camp for Boys are offered twice per summer. This camp focuses on providing opportunities for boys to experience such skills as shooting, fur harvesting, bow hunting, dog training and handling, game care, along with many other programs to improve overall skills and habitat management.
Use the CONTACT US on this web site if you are interested in attending this camp. Hurry because these camps fill up FAST.
Outdoor Journey for Girls
Outdoor Journey for Girls is aimed at introducing outdoor skills to girls ages 12 - 15. The three day, two night workshop teaches a variety of outdoor skills including: canoeing/water safety, orienteering, fishing, archery, shooting rifles/shotguns, wildlife conservation, camping, game care, fur harvesting, fish identification, and fish cleaning/cooking. The second day is devoted to certifying the girls in the state's Hunter Education program. Outdoor Journey is sponsored by the Iowa DNR, Pheasants Forever, and Iowa Women in Natural Resources (IWINR).