Arizona Hunter Clinics
The Arizona Antelope Foundation (AAF) will be providing three hunter clinics in August for those hunters interested in having a better chance at taking an antelope.

2003 Hunter Clinics

Antelope hunting can be immensely enjoyable if you know what you're doing — otherwise it can be immensely frustrating! Learn all about trophy buck antelope behavior and how to use their territorial nature to your benefit. Witness demonstrations of trophy antelope horn judging and how to effectively use optics on your antelope hunt. Some well-known Arizona antelope experts will fill you full of antelope hunting information! Some of the subjects they will cover are:
Antelope Behavior
Practical Optics
Field Judging
Practical Field Care
Hunting Tactics for Firearms and Archery
Question and Answer Session
Discussions with Unit Wildlife Managers

You will also have an opportunity to meet the AAF Board. We will have a Trophy Buck Display, Silent Auction, door prizes, and tickets will go on sale for the Rifle Raffle.

Improve your chances for success and enjoyment on your 2003 Arizona Antelope Hunt by attending.

Tuesday, August 12, 2003
Tucson Safari Club (International Wildlife Museum)
4900 W. Gates Pass Road
5:00 p.m. Doors open

Wednesday, August 13, 2003
Fraternal Order of Police Lodge
12851 N. 19th Ave
5:00 p.m. Doors open

Thursday, August 14, 2003
Elks Lodge
2101 N. San Francisco
6:00 p.m. Doors open

Registration takes place on-site beginning at the times listed above. The Clinic is FREE to all AAF members; non-members will be charged $10, which can be applied toward the $25 membership fee.

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