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The 2019 MBA Convention is set to be held at the Best Western Heritage Inn in Great Falls, March 29-31, 2019. The MBA has a block of rooms available at the rate of $99.00/room/night + tax for the convention. When you contact the hotel directly to book your rooms, let them know it is for the MBA Convention. Best Western Heritage Inn : 406-761-1900.

Montana Bowhunters Association Teen Bowhunter Camp

When: July 25-29
Where: Sula, Montana

Camp Fee: $175 per attendee
Registration Deadline: July 10, 2018

Registration packets available by calling:

Beckie Doyle: 406-531-4060
Marlon Clapham: 406-777-2408

Goals:

  1. Bowhunting is AWESOME! Have Fun!
  2. Promote positive Landowner/Hunter Relations. Block Management and private property laws, regulations, and ethics.
  3. Ownership and responsibilities with your Hunting Camp, Set-up/take-down, food prep, Leave No Trace, Be Bear Aware.
  4. Responsible Bowhunting and Bow Safety and the importance of proper equipment, practice, practice, practice.
  5. Know your prey, Scouting, habitat use and animal behavior.
  6. Woodsmanship and survival water safety, fire building, shelters, basic first aid, maps
  7. Advanced tree stand setup
  8. Promote MBA Membership and Partnerships
  9. Animal Harvest and Retrieval Blood Trailing, field dressing, Proper meat care.

Attendees

Attendees must be age 14-16 at time of registration and have completed Hunters Ed and Bowhunters Ed. Attendees must have their own archery hunting equipment at camp.

Teen Bowhunter Camp Vision

To provide an experiential adventure engaging Montana Teens in the outdoors while sharing information and experiences to help them be great stewards for the Sportmen’s community to be successful Bowhunters.

Hunting Camp

Hunting camp has many varied tradition, expectations and responsibilities. Our goal is to simulate the Hunting Camp experience from beginning to end. The attendees will be responsible to set-up/take down their provided lodging, prepare their meals as teams and do needed cleanup and camp chores.

They will get to scout for their intended quarry, practice shot placement, and learn calling techniques among other skills and lessens. Each team will go on a simulated hunt for one of Montana’s wild game animals and retrieve the harvest back to camp. This is a physically active camp and the attendees and their guides will be in the outdoors.