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1NDCC Coyote Classic January 2-4, 2003

a two-day coyote hunting tournament in Dickinson, ND Friday & Saturday January 12 &13, 2018. There will be a mandatory rules meeting at 7:00 p.m. Thursday January 11th at the Ramada Grand Dakota Lodge in Dickinson, ND. Blocks will be distributed at that time.
There will be NO Friday morning check in. Friday night will be a call in at 6pm. There will be NO Saturday morning check in. There will be a full check in Saturday at 7pm at the hotel parking lot. This hunting tournament is a two-day points series contest with a $200* per team entry fee (see rules for details). 1st 30%, 2nd 25%, 3rd 20%, 4th 15%, & 5th 10% place finishes will be awarded to the teams with the highest one-day total. Additional prizes to be determined. Last year we gave away 2 APF Armory AR15’s and many other great prizes.

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1NDCC Coyote Classic January 2-4, 2003

Postby Coyotehunter » Fri Aug 11, 2006 12:13 pm

News Release . . . For Immediate Release . . . Jan. 17, 2003

COYOTE CLASSIC A SUCCESS


The 1st Annual North Dakota Coyote Classic, hosted at the Double wood Inn in Bismarck, ND January 2-4 2003, has officially been declared a success- not only by hunters who competed in it, but also by the one hundred plus individuals who showed up for the event's seminars both Thursday and Friday night. Unlike most coyote tournaments hosted throughout the state, this year's inaugural Coyote Classic offered hunters an opportunity to learn about hunting and calling coyotes from Knight-Hale pro-staffer Matt Barnard of Mitchell, South Dakota. Barnard has been a representative of Knight and Hale for 23 years.

The tournament offered prize money and plaques to the teams that brought in the most number of coyotes in two days. A head mount and free tanning (Artistic Wildlife Taxidermy) was awarded for the largest and smallest coyotes brought in by the two- man teams. This style of tournament, with a gunsmith (Jonesy's enterprises) and a sporting goods store (Marv's Hardware) on site, expert lecturers, and door prizes is one of a kind in the state of North Dakota.

Over 200 coyotes were sited during this two day event with 57 checked-in. The largest coyote taken was by Brad Ternes of Mandan, ND. His coyote weighed in at 36.6 pounds. The smallest was taken by Paul Faber of Mile city, Montana. Paul's coyote weighed 20.4 pounds. First place this year went to Todd and Tory Heid of New Salem, ND. Todd and Tory brought in a total of nine coyotes, and were awarded $900 and plaques. Second place went to Richard Ternes and Lance Gill of Mandan, ND for bringing in eight coyotes. They were awarded $700 and plaques. Shane Duncan and Kyle Vandenburg of Bismarck, ND, bringing in eight coyotes, won third place. Taking Home $400 and plaques. Eugene Sandness and Darrell Peterson of LaMoure, ND brought in six coyotes, putting them in fourth place and earning them $150 and plaques. And finally, fifth place went to Gene and Travis Guthmiller of Medina, ND for brining in four yotes. They won $50 and plaques.


Putting on a tournament of this caliber required a lot of planning. We would like to thank Kim Schmidt of the Bismarck-Mandan Convention and Visitors Bureau for all her hard work. Thanks also to Jonesy enterprises of Verona, ND and Marv?s Hardware of Mandan, ND for setting up at the seminars both nights. And special thanks to all the hunters who participated in the tournament and who came out to the seminars. We hope to see you all again next year.
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Re: 2003 1st Coyote Classic results

Postby Coyotehunter » Sun Jan 01, 2017 2:45 pm

Thank you for coming out and participating in the North Dakota Coyote Classic. We have learned a lot and have great plans for next year. Things where pretty hectic this past couple of months but we have heard your concerns regarding the fairness of coyote tournaments. We feel that a lot of things went right but there are some areas that still need to be improved upon. Any thoughts or concerns you would have about next years tournament would be appreciated. Again thank you for coming out and we hope you had a good time.

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