2012 Bull Elk Tag raffle
by Robert Smith
(Butler, Ky, USA)
2012 KY, Fall, Bull Elk Tag up for grabs!
by: Robert Smith
That's right, you read correctly.
I am proud to announce that the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources Commission has awarded its second Bull Elk Tag to our N. KY. Chapter #481 Quail Unlimited. This tag is for the 2012 Fall Season and again is good in any zone for any legal weapon.
Our QU Chapter is going to raffle this tag as we did with the first one earlier this year. The only thing required is a resident or non-resident hunting license if you should win. All elk permit fees, ($30.00 resident) and ($365.00 non-resident) have been waived.
Tickets are being sold now and all proceeds will be used to further our conservation projects. There will be only 200 tickets sold and they are $100.00 per ticket. You can email me at email@example.com if interested.
Also, go to QU's website (www.qu.org) for verification if you would like. We did that so people would know that this is a legitimate project. More information is there and it is currently the 3RD item down on QU's home page.
Drawing will be held at Elk Creek Sporting Clays in Owenton, KY. April 28, 2012 at 5:00pm. Each entrant will be notified of the name, city and state of the winner. The winner will be notified by registered mail.
If you participate in our 2012 fundraiser prior to December 31, 2011, that donation may be deducted on your 2011 tax filing. QU is a 501-C-3 non-profit organization.
Good hunting to all, Robert Smith, N. Ky. Chapter #481 QU
Elk Hunting In Kentucky
by Stephen Foster
If you guys need lodging in Harlan County the Harlan County Campground, RV Park, and Cabin Rentals is the closest lodging to the hunting areas. We have several rental cabins to choose from with all the amenities a hotel suite would have and more. We also have elec/water hook-ups as well as a shower house and dumping station. These are also located on the trailhead for the Black Mountain Adventure Park if you are interested in doing any ATV or Jeeping while here.