Big Valley Coyote Drive is Feb. 13/14
Adin Supply Outfitters and Pit River Rod & Gun Club are sponsors
If you want to win prizes and help rid northern California of coyotes, you better get your application in for the Drive set for February 13 and 14, according to drive organizers at Adin Supply and The Pit River Rod & Gun Club.
Photo courtesy of sponsors
Photo courtesy of sponsors
Last year’s Coyote Drive was a huge success, with teams from as far away as Santa Rosa participating. “Reservations for the two-man teams are going fast. The cost to enter is $50 for each team. There will be no limit on the number of teams that can enter but there will be a cap of 225 for the banquet on Saturday night February 13. The banquet will be held around 7 p.m. at the Adin Community Center. More details about the banquet will be made available after the Club meets again.
The winning team wins two guns and will get their names engraved on the ‘Coyote Cup’
Here are the guidelines. (These Guidelines and the Entry Form are available online at www.adinsupply.com
Coyote Drive 2010 Guidelines
1 All hunters will abide by California Department of Fish and Game laws and regulations.
2 All hunters will practice Safe, Fair, and Ethical hunting.
3 As sportsmen we ask all participants to respect the honor system.
4 Please gain permission to access private property and be respectful of the landowners
5 The intent of these events is to manage coyote populations in the Big Valley area.
Although no geographic boundaries have been made, it is our hope that our goal can be
6 Teams will consist of two adults and/or up to three junior hunters
(Junior hunters will be considered 15 years of age and under).
7 Tie-Breaker Format - In the event of a tie, we will keep track of the times the teams
check-out. The tied team that checks out first.....wins.
8 All teams must check in at Adin Supply between 5a.m. and 7a.m. on Saturday February
9 The dinner will be around 7 p.m. at the Community Hall in Adin. You must be present to
win all prizes.
10 There will be a gun raffle at the dinner on Saturday night. Everyone at the dinner will
have an opportunity to buy raffle tickets for other raffles as well. We will only sell
tickets at the dinner.
11 All hunters that check-out on Sunday will be eligible to win Sunday’s Gun raffle. Please check-out whether you kill a coyote or not.
12 All coyotes on Sunday must be checked out across the street from Adin Supply.
This photo shows design used for 2009 Coyote Drive signage and T-shirts. Photo Courtesy of Adin Supply
January 29th- Entry deadline to guarantee t-shirt size.
February 1st - Estimated deadline to guarantee dinner tickets.
February 13th / 7:00 a.m. - Deadline to check-in at Adin Supply for 2010 Coyote Drive.
Our banquet will be at the Adin Community Hall on Saturday night, February 13th. Because of size constraints, we will only accept pre-paid dinner entries.
The first 225 pre-paid will be allowed. The dinner price is included in the hunter’s entries. Additional dinner tickets can be paid for on the entry form for $10.00 each. The social hour will start at 6:00, and the dinner will be served around 7:00 p.m. A special Banquet Gun will be raffled off at dinner as well as other raffle opportunities. Come back to www.myoutdoorbuddy.com for more details on the banquet and results of the Drive.
The Pit River Rod & Gun Club represents sportsmen and sportswomen in the Big Valley area on many issues pertaining to fish and wildlife.
Along with the California Department of Fish And Game the Club puts on the Junior Fish Derby and the Junior Pheasant Hunt on the Ash Creek Wildlife Area.
The Club also participates in wildlife habitat improvement projects on the Ash Creek Wildlife Area and within the Big Valley area.
If you have any questions about the Club, or would like to become a member, there will be Club members and directors at the sign in, the dinner, and at the end of the “Coyote Drive”.
Your membership of only $10 per year can help. We hope you'll join us on February 13th and 14th for the Coyote Drive of 2010!
Steve Gagnon, owner of Adin Supply (l), and Buck Parks, Chairman of the Pit River Rod and Gun Club were very happy with the turnout last year.
Adin Supply Outfitters and Pit River Rod & Gun Club “COYOTE DRIVE 2010" February 13th & 14th
Please read the following:
We will not limit the number of teams; however, we will have a cap on the dinner. We
will cut off the dinner at 225 people. We will offer late entries discounts on Pizza at Adin
Supply for their dinner.
We will have a gun raffle at our Banquet Dinner. Tickets will be available at the
All hunters entered into the event will automatically be eligible to win a rifle on Sunday
at the check-in. Must be present to win.
The winning team wins two guns and gets their names engraved into the ‘Coyote Cup’.
This year the entry fee is fifty dollars per team. This includes two dinner tickets, two tshirts, two raffle tickets for the Sunday Gun and two days of great fun.
Phone___________________________ T-Shirt size (circle one) S M L XL 2X 3X
Phone___________________________ T-Shirt size (circle one) S M L XL 2X 3X
Additional T-Shirts (circle one) S M L XL 2X 3X ( $15 EACH )
TEAM PRICE $50.00
ADDITIONAL T-SHIRTS ($15.00 EACH ) ______
ADDITIONAL DINNER TICKETS ($10.00 EACH ) ______
JUNIOR T-SHIRTS ($5.00 EACH ) ______
_ _ _ _ _ _ _
TOTAL AMOUNT PAID $____________
(Send Checks payable to Pit River Rod & Gun Club, P.O. Box 267, Adin, CA. 96006)
“Coyote Drive 2010"
(15 Years and Under)
T-Shirt Size ( circle one) S M L XL
T-Shirt Size ( circle one ) S M L XL
T-Shirt Size ( circle one ) S M L XL
Our future is in the Junior Hunters. The Pit River Rod & Gun Club and Adin Supply Co, strongly encourage Junior Hunters to participate in our event. This is a great time to teach quality ethics and outdoorsman-ship to our youth.
Each Junior Hunter will be entered in a ‘Special’ drawing for a Youth Gun to be given away at our Banquet Dinner on February 13th.
We will also have a ‘Women’s Gun’ to be raffled off at the Banquet.
Hotels: Juniper Tree Motel (530) 299-3300, Bieber Motel (530) 294-5454
Dining: Adin Supply Co. - Pizza & Deli (530) 299-3249 (Hours- 7a.m. - 8 p.m.)
Oney Frosty in Town (530) 299-3166 (Hours- 11 a.m.-7 p.m.)
Gas: Juniper Junction / Adin Red Barn / Bieber Pacific Pride / Adin
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