All members & their guests are invited to attend the raffle drawing and pot luck luncheon this Saturday, 09/17/2016. This is a scheduled workday so we’ll break around 11:30am and head to the pole barn for some good eats and the prize drawing. We’ll try to wrap up as soon as everyone has had an opportunity to get a belly full and the prize winners are announced so workers can finish up afternoon projects. The club is providing the meat. We’ll have a 50/50 raffle to cover the cost and one lucky attendee will take home half of the cash pot. Bring a pot luck dish if you wish, a favorite beverage and camp chair. Hope to see you there!
The Sighting-in range is available to anyone who wishes to sight in a hunting rifle. In addition to the existing twenty-five yard berm, new berms have been placed at one-hundred, two-hundred and three-hundred yards. Please place targets as near to the center of each berm as possible and no taller than five feet high. Remember to always sign-out range, be safe and cautious of surroundings.
It’s hard to believe summer is almost over and club workdays are upon us. Workdays begin Saturday, August 20th and ensue every weekend (Saturdays & Sundays) through the end of September. Members attending scheduled workdays should plan to arrive around 7:30am. Officers and/or board members will pair members in groups and promptly deploy crews at 8am. Plan to work a minimum of 6 to 8 hours to complete a full workday. This year there will be a separate workday sign-in/out binder. Members attending workdays should sign-in immediately upon arrival and sign-out when leaving.
The main focus this year is road & food plot trimming, road, camp & common area cleanup, litter and debris removal. Please bring tools & implements to accomplish these task. The club does NOT supply tools. Members are encouraged to bring suggestions to the board. If you’ve seen something around the club that needs attention, let someone know so it can be addressed during workdays.
*Reminder: Each member is required to attend a minimum of three workdays. If your schedule conflicts with working weekends, contact a board member or officer for weekday assignments. Any member who does not complete the required workdays will accessed fines based on the TRHC 2016/2017 Rules & Regulations workday fine schedule.
Two Rivers Hunting Club board members and officers would like to invite all members, their families and guest to the occasionally-annual TRHC poker run and cook-out; July 2nd. (Limit two non-family member guests per membership. Guest fees waived with poker run entry)
We’ll begin gathering at the pole barn around 10am. The poker run will start at 10:30am. Each group will have a chaperone to guide riders through the course. Ante is $10.00 per player. There will be five stations spread throughout the club. Players will draw a card at each station. The player with best hand wins the pot majority. 2nd place will receive a cut as well. The run will end at the 77 interstate 10 river access point where we will all enjoy food, fun and cooling off in the cool river water. In addition, 50/50 raffle tickets will be available for $1.00 each. 50/50 raffle winner takes half the pot and the other half is to help pay for the cook-out.
We Hope Everyone is Able to Come Celebrate Our Nation’s Independence with Us.
Please RSVP with Tina Smith, Secretary by June 30th. Tina can be reached at (850) 572-2991.
Brian Morgan and them boys (Jon Boy, Alex and a few others) have been kicking butt and taking names when it comes to getting the club prepared for summer food plots. The seed has been bought for the food plots and they plan to start planting this weekend; 05/21/16 & 05/22/16. The group chose to go with quality over quantity for this year’s summer food plots. More money was spent on preparation to insure we get a good yield of peas and hemp for the deer. Along with summer food plots, Brian and his boys have been placing and filling several troughs and pipe feeders around the club. Don’t be caught of guard when you see a cluster of 55 gallon drums of corn at the camp. We’ll continue to feed corn until two weeks prior to the 2016/2017 deer season. Many of the feeders are along main roads so don’t be surprised if you run up on an occasional deer during feeding times. If you have any questions about the clubs summer food plot & feeding program or would like to provide seed and plant additional plots, check with Brian. He’ll get you headed in the right direction.