Safari Club International - SCI 2017
Contact phone: (520) 620-9313
Event dates:
From 01.02.2017 To 04.02.2017
every day
Crossroads of the West Gun Shows
Contact phone: 801-544-9125
Event dates:
every Saturday
every Sunday
Dallas Safari Club Convention 2016
Contact phone: 281.367.9797
Event dates:
From 15.01.2016 To 17.01.2016
every day
and
13.01.2015 00:00:00
   
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Western Hunting & Conservation Expo

Western Hunting & Conservation Expo

 

SALT LAKE CITY — The annual Western Hunting and Conservation Expo is being held Thursday to Sunday in Salt Lake City and hundreds of big game trophy animals are on display. Dozens of exhibitors attended the expo and with outfitters present from Alaska to South Africa, a large variety of animals, fish and waterfowl are on display throughout the venue. The vendors offer a variety of outdoor and hunting products and services, but each is happy to tell you the hunting story of their trophy animals on display. The expo is located at the Salt Palace Convention Center at 100 S. West Temple. The exhibit hall is open 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Thursday through Saturday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday.

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Submitted by admin on 02/20/15 14:25
Michigan Records Safest Hunting Season

Michigan Records Safest Hunting Season With no Fatal Incidents in 2014

For the first time, Michigan recorded no fatalities during all hunting seasons in 2014, according to reports compiled by the Department of Natural Resources’ Law Enforcement Division. Ten incidents involving injuries were recorded in the state – nine in the Lower Peninsula and one in the Upper Peninsula. “We had 10 incidents reported for 2014, which ties with last year for the fewest number of reportable hunting incidents since Michigan started tracking them in the 1940s,” said Sgt. Tom Wanless of the DNR’s Recreational Safety, Education and Enforcement Section. “What makes 2014 the safest on record is that for the first time we had no fatalities,” Wanless added. “Michigan’s hunter education program, and the dedicated volunteer instructors who are the backbone of it, is a big reason we have been experiencing a low number of hunting incidents.”

With more than 729,000 base licenses sold in 2014, Michigan’s hunting injury/fatality rate per license is .001 percent. The base license is required to purchase any hunting license. Of the 10 incidents reported in 2014, four involved small game hunters, two involved waterfowl hunters and four involved deer hunters. One of the deer hunting incidents occurred during the early antlerless season in September and one was in December’s late antlerless season. Two incidents were reported during the firearm deer hunting season from Nov. 15-30. One incident took place Nov. 20 in Osceola County, while the other happened Nov. 25 in Oakland County at Bald Mountain Recreation Area. Information on the hunting incidents recorded in 2014 and so far in 2015 can be found online at www.michigan.gov/conservationofficers under Law Enforcement Reports.

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