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Shotgun

If you have not duck hunted and want to learn how to get started, this virtual introductory course to duck hunting is designed to get you started. We will cover habitat, biology, migration patterns, blinds, decoys, ammo, chokes, calls, hunting opportunities, and more.

Effective Wingshooting

The Missouri Department of Conservation has a regulation that requires hunters at certain conservation areas to use non-toxic shotshells while hunting for doves and various other game species. This class is designed to help hunters become more efficient and ethical harvesters of waterfowl and other species while using nontoxic ammunition. Instructors will teach participants how to choose the correct choke, load, and shot size for different game, how to estimate shooting distances, and how to effectively lead their target, followed by a live fire portion to test your new skill.

Hunter Education Skills Session

This skills session will satisfy part two of Missouri Hunter Education requirements. To obtain hunter education certification you must also attend part one (online, self-study, or a classroom session) and bring along your skills session qualifier certificate or a student manual with the review questions completed. Students 15 and under must also bring a copy of their birth certificate or other proof of age. The final exam will be administered at the end of the skills session.

Hunter Education Skills Session

This skills session will satisfy part two of Missouri Hunter Education requirements. To obtain hunter education certification you must also attend part one (online, self-study, or a classroom session) and bring along your skills session qualifier certificate or a student manual with the review questions completed. Students 15 and under must also bring a copy of their birth certificate or other proof of age. The final exam will be administered at the end of the skills session.

Discover Nature - Fishing Lessons 1 & 2

Lessons 1&2

Lesson 1: This lesson must be taken before any of the other Discover Nature Fishing lessons 2-4.

Participants will learn parts of a fishing pole, how to properly and safely cast a spin-cast fishing pole, how to fasten basic fishing tackle, and how to properly handle and release a fish.

Lesson 2: Participants will learn intermediate fishing techniques and skills as well as hands-on fishing. Participants will be taught how to tie an improved clinch knot and how to properly secure a variety of baits to various kinds of hooks.

Discover Nature - Fishing Lessons 1 & 2

Lessons 1&2

Lesson 1: This lesson must be taken before any of the other Discover Nature Fishing lessons 2-4.

Participants will learn parts of a fishing pole, how to properly and safely cast a spin-cast fishing pole, how to fasten basic fishing tackle, and how to properly handle and release a fish.

Lesson 2: Participants will learn intermediate fishing techniques and skills as well as hands-on fishing. Participants will be taught how to tie an improved clinch knot and how to properly secure a variety of baits to various kinds of hooks.

Shooting Sports

This program is designed as a basic course to provide youths ages 9-15 an opportunity to become familiar with shooting. We will provide .22 caliber handguns and rifles and ammunition for them to shoot. There will be a short class covering safety, parts of a firearm, and fundamentals of marksmanship. Due to time constraints we will not have any time to provide individuals an opportunity to shoot their own firearms.

Handgun

This two part program includes handgun fundamentals, shooting, operation, safety, maintenance, and safe storage. We start with virtual classroom instruction on Monday, July19 from 6pm to 7:30 p.m., then head to the range for a live-fire session on Tuesday, August 10th from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Firearms, ammunition, and safety equipment are provided. The virtual classroom portion on July 19th is required in order to attend the live fire portion on August 10th.
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