Club Meetings Early 2022

Our next Club meetings are Tues. 16 Nov. and 21 Dec. and 18 Jan. at 6:00 pm at the Camp House.
Nominations of Officers will be accepted at the Nov. & Dec. meetings. Elections will be held at the Dec. meeting. Dues needed to go up due to increases in lease contracts. Dues will be $450 or $225 for those over 70 with 5 consecutive year’s membership. Dues must be paid by the end of the Feb. 2022 meeting or membership will be terminated. I will start accepting payments Jan 2022. If you are unsure if you have workday credit, please contact me for verification. No-workday fee is $50. Please go to our website each month for club info. Please pick up your badges at the camp house.
See you at the Meeting.
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Please wear your badge at the meeting.
LCWF Homepage: http://lowndescountywildlifefederation.com
New E-Mail: lcwfms@gmail.com

Meeting 21 Sep 2021

Tonight was our monthly meeting. The topics discussed were:

Our finances are $1900 dollars over estimated allowances.

Rabbit hunters have been hunting on Cooper’s land. Their dogs are crossing unto their land. Nathan Self has made complaints to the board.

Work day on the 25th. We are cleaning up the back roads. Also repairing the hole in the back closet flooring. It has become a safety issue.

Nov 6 at 0900 at the Columbus Police station there is a veteran parade. Marching concludes with a 1100 ceremony at he courthouse. All veterans and widows are welcome to march.

Don’t shoot the gators in the ponds. It takes a special license and season to do so.

Turky hunters must abide by the following.

Step 1. Before You Go Hunting

Obtain a hunting license (unless exempt) and harvest record. Two types of harvest records are acceptable, a digital record or a printed form. Digital record keeping may be done through the Game Check feature found within the free MDWFP app. Register in the app and it will be your official harvest record. If you prefer a printed form, the form below will suffice.

Step 2. When You Harvest A Turkey

The reporting process must begin BEFORE you move the turkey from its harvest location. Using the Game Check feature, click the REPORT TURKEY button and complete and submit an entry. If there is no cellular coverage where you hunt, the app will automatically upload your harvest when coverage resumes. Using the printed form method, notch the corresponding month bubbles.

Step 3. After You Hunt

Using the Game Check feature, you have no additional requirements. Using the printed form, you must report the harvest through the MDWFP website or by calling 1-800-BE-SMART before 10 p.m. on the day of harvest.

There are Three Ways to Report:

1. MDWFP app

2. Online at mdwfp.com/gamecheck

3. Call 1-800-BE-SMART

Once you complete the harvest-reporting process, you will receive a confirmation number. This number must be documented on the harvest record.

2021 Badges

Badges will be available at the camp house by mid-day Monday 5 Apr.

Please affix your vehicle sticker in a window of your vehicle.

Being able to identify who is parked at each gate is also a safety factor if for some reason do don’t make it out of the woods.

April Posts

Our next and last meeting for the summer is Tuesday 17 Apr at 7 pm. There has been a motion made to allow choice of harvest reporting to be done by email or weigh-in station. Come voice your opinion.

Saturday 21 Apr. is a Work Day. We will be working on the Shooting Range and checking some gates and locks.This is where we need some of the younger members.

If you know of something that needs our attention, please email me and we can get it fixed.

lcwf@cableone.net

Winners of the Big Buck contest were:

1st. Robert Ellis       2nd. Wesley Box            3rd. Haig Butler

Youth 1st. Blake Ward        Carson Thompson          3rd. Brandon Thompson

Darla Turan, Wife of El Turan recently passed away. Please include the Turan family in your Prayers.