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Luke Oyloe Memorial Coyote Hunt October 27, 2012

one-day coyote hunting tournament in Williston, ND October 28, 2017
There will be a rules meeting and Calcutta Auction at 7:00 p.m. October 27 at the Fair Grounds, Agra Sports Center, 513 53rd St NW, Williston, ND. Blocks will be distributed at that time. The afternoon check-in will be at 7:00 p.m. at the same location October 28.
This hunting tournament is a one-day contest with a $100 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 (11 guns, Hats, gas cards.. like last year).

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Luke Oyloe Memorial Coyote Hunt October 27, 2012

Postby Coyotehunter » Fri Oct 05, 2012 7:07 am

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Luke Oyloe Memorial Hunt
27 OCTOBER 2012

The Luke Oyloe Memorial Coyote Hunt is a one-day contest with a registration fee of $100 per team. A rules meeting and Calcutta Auction will take place at 7:00 p.m. October 26 at the Edgar M. Boyd American Legion Post located at 115 1st Avenue East in Williston. The afternoon check-in will be at 7:00 p.m. October 27 at the same location. 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, likely to include guns (11 ea. DPMS AR's) and gas cards like last year, will also be up for grabs. Cash will be awarded for the largest and smallest coyotes.

After the tournament concludes, a scholarship (dollar amount varies from year-to-year based on participation in the tournament) will be awarded. Entrants must be in their senior year at Trinity Christian School in Williston, ND and submit a 1000-word essay on coyote hunting; a five-member panel of judges will select a winner from all entries received.

To raise money for the scholarship, the Calcutta Auction will be held on Friday October 26 to auction the teams off to the highest bidder. Participation in the auction is open to all interested parties regardless of whether or not they register to participate in the hunt.

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Tournament Rules
1. Entry fee shall be $100 per team. Payback will be as follows: 1st 30%, 2nd 25%, 3rd 20%, 4th 15%, & 5th 10%. If there are 15 teams or less Payback will be as follows: 1st 30%, 2nd 25%, 3rd 20% After expenses have been met 100% of the remaining funds will be available for payout. All prize money will be mailed to contestants the week after the tournament.
2. Largest coyote ($15) and smallest coyote ($15) weights will be taken at check in. (100% payback).
3. $10 from each entry will be put towards the payout for the Coyote Classic Tournament Series payout.
4. Use of an airplane, Para planes, ultra lights, ATV’s and/or snowmobiles the day of the tournament to locate predators is prohibited. Predators can not be shot from your vehicle.
5. Predators can be taken with any center fire rifle .24 cal. and smaller
6. No more than two persons per team. One vehicle only.
7. Core temperatures will be taken from all predators at checked-in. Predators will be disallowed if temperature and time do not match.
8. The blocks will be distributed at the rules meeting. Blocks will be placed in each coyote’s mouth immediately upon retrieval. The block must have the team number, and time of day marked clearly on the tag. Bands will be provided to place around the coyote’s mouth (top & bottom) to secure the block. THE BLOCK MUST BE FILLED OUT COMPLETELY AND BANDED IN THE COYOTES MOUTH. ANY COYOTE TURNED IN WITHOUT A PROPERLY FILLED OUT BLOCK (SEQUENCE NUMBER, TEMPERATURE, TEAM NUMBER) BANDED IN THE COYOTES MOUTH WILL BE DISALLOWED. Coyotes must be exposed to the outdoors. Coyotes cannot be placed in plastic bags, enclosed boxes, or stored inside a vehicle. It is impossible to get consistent core temps. if these standards are not followed by everyone. NO EXEPTIONS.
9. All entrants must be present and available at evening check-ins. We will be picking 5 teams at random by number to be mediators, with 5 additional teams as alternates prior to the start of the tournament. In the case a team with any coyotes that are disqualified during the check-ins, the team/s with the rule infraction will have an opportunity—after check-in on Saturday—to request a review by their peers. The review will be of the facts as they pertain to the coyotes in question. One member of each of the five teams will have a vote, and the majority vote will be the final ruling. The team that requests the review will have to pay an additional $25 upon that request. This $25 will be refunded back in the event the ruling in question is overturned, If the ruling stands, the $25 will be forfeited by the team who requested the review. This is not an opportunity to re-write rules, but an opportunity to an impartial review of the facts. NOTE: Rule 18 is not reviewable, and is only enforceable by the tournament director.
10. No live decoys and /or dogs. (No running predators with dogs.
11. No baiting.
12. Total weight will determine the placing if there is a tie.
13. Both team members must be present at the rules meeting.
14. No pooling of animals between teams.
15. Check in times strongly enforced. It is the contestant’s responsibility to check in with a tournament official. Start time will be ½ before sunrise and check in times 8:00 PM Central Time
16. You have to locate and call your own predators. You cannot have a second team or individual out scouting for you.
17. All coyotes that are checked in will be inspected and will be a donation to the tournament to help cover the costs of the event. Points will be awarded for the following predators: Coyote =10, Fox=5
18. Sportsmanship. Any team—upon the sole discretion of the tournament director—that shows a lack of consideration for other teams, the rules, or is just being an all-around asshole, will be refunded their entry fee and asked to leave. If it is determined that any team or team member who—in the past—has a history of questionable actions, coyotes, behavior, etc., that is deemed detrimental to the enjoyment of the tournament by others, they will be banned from entering the tournament. No team has an inherent right to hunt tournaments sponsored, promoted or officiated by Coyotehunter.net, and Coyotehunter.net reserves the right to refuse entry to any team or team member who has displayed the above mentioned unsportsmanship-like behavior.
19. Scholarship will be awarded based on participation in the tournament, must be a senior at Trinity Christian School in Williston, ND, and submit a 1000-word essay on coyote hunting. There will be a 5 person panel that will vote for who will be awarded the scholarship after the tournament.
20. All entrants must be present and available to answer questions at evening check-ins. All Entrants Must be available upon request to subject themselves to a Polygraph test. _____________ Int. ______________ Int.
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Re: Luke Oyloe Memorial Coyote Hunt October 27, 2012

Postby Coyotehunter » Fri Oct 26, 2012 6:09 pm

40 teams.....calcutta raised $8690.00
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Re: Luke Oyloe Memorial Coyote Hunt October 27, 2012

Postby Coyotehunter » Sat Oct 27, 2012 2:44 pm

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Re: Luke Oyloe Memorial Coyote Hunt October 27, 2012

Postby Coyotehunter » Sun Oct 28, 2012 7:42 pm

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74 coyotes and 1 redfox


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1st place with 13 coyotes Marty Oyloe and Mitch Kvernum, $4,798.50 in cash
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Re: Luke Oyloe Memorial Coyote Hunt October 27, 2012

Postby cb186 » Mon Oct 29, 2012 9:34 am

Great to see Marty and Mitch win it.


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Re: Luke Oyloe Memorial Coyote Hunt October 27, 2012

Postby DPMS Panther Arms » Tue Oct 30, 2012 10:18 am

to all the hunters that where at the Luke Oyloe Hunt in Williston ND THANK YOU for all the support you showed to a great event. I had a great time talking to all the hunters i met out there and look forward to Mandan at the end of Nov.


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Re: Luke Oyloe Memorial Coyote Hunt October 27, 2012

Postby Prairie Ghost » Tue Oct 30, 2012 12:15 pm

great to have you Mark we'll see you in Mandan!!
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Re: Luke Oyloe Memorial Coyote Hunt October 27, 2012

Postby NickNielsen » Wed Oct 31, 2012 3:55 pm

Congrats Mitch and Marty, that is one hell of a day! Also, want to thank Marty, his wife, and all others involved for all the work getting all the guns and prizes. The number of teams show that it is one of the best tournaments around.


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Re: Luke Oyloe Memorial Coyote Hunt October 27, 2012

Postby snareit » Thu Nov 01, 2012 6:54 am

Thank you Nic Javayne and i would like to say ty to coyotehunter at coyotehunter.net Prairieghost and all the teams, Mark with DPMS and all that where involved in the Calcutta and to all the Companies and Individuals that donated prices and money like I said at the tournament the biggest fear we have is that Luke’s name will be forgotten . And again thanks to coyotehunter.net putting on the Luke Oyloe Memorial tournament and seeing how many people where there all I can say is WOW that helps to cure the fear of his name being forgotten. I would also like say ty very much to the Spooner family for the great gift they gave Javayne and I that was awesome. I would also like to say ty to my partner Mitch you did one hell of a job bud ty


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Re: Luke Oyloe Memorial Coyote Hunt October 27, 2012

Postby snareit » Thu Nov 01, 2012 9:23 am

Jamie olsen do not under stand y it shows jamie when i type your name in there I tryed to edit it and it still shows as jamie hmm


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Re: Luke Oyloe Memorial Coyote Hunt October 27, 2012

Postby bucksnbears » Thu Nov 01, 2012 4:48 pm

good job M&M. thats 1 hell of a day!!
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Re: Luke Oyloe Memorial Coyote Hunt October 27, 2012

Postby snareit » Fri Nov 02, 2012 5:48 am

ty bucks


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Luke Oyloe Memorial Coyote Hunt 2012 results

Postby Coyotehunter » Wed Apr 17, 2013 3:57 pm

Scholarship Winner Schyler Abuhl "Awareness"

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Luke Oyloe Memorial Hunt 2012 Results

Postby Coyotehunter » Sun Oct 20, 2013 6:55 am

CoyoteHunter.net Announces 2012 Luke Oyloe Memorial Coyote Hunt Winners


Despite being a teenager from a small town in North Dakota, Luke Allen Oyloe’s name and good deeds will live on in perpetuity thanks in part to the efforts of CoyoteHunter.net and its director Jamie P. Olson.

Luke tragically passed away at the age of 16 in 2009. The Luke Oyloe Memorial Coyote Hunt was established that year to provide a $1,500 scholarship in his name at the school he attended, Trinity Christian School in Williston.

“Luke was a terrific kid who loved all sports including coyote hunting,” said Olson. “Luke’s tragic passing broke the hearts of everyone in the coyote hunting community and establishing this scholarship in his name seemed like a fitting way for us to honor his memory.”

A total of 41 teams entered this one-day event, home base for which was the Edgar M. Boyd American Legion Post in Williston, ND.


Scholarship winner

A key component of this hunt each year is an educational scholarship awarded to the senior at Trinity Christian School in Williston, ND who submits the winning 1000-word essay about coyote hunting. This year’s winner was Schyler Abuhl. In his essay, Shyler explains that although he had never before been hunting he felt that, “it is often good for a person to expand their knowledge and experience, and so I decided to take on the challenge of learning a little bit about coyote hunting.”


Door prizes

Everyone who participated took home hats and hoodies and quite a few participants also won one of the many door prizes including a flat screen TV. Jason Arnson and Keith Johnsrad won Under Armour® sweatshirts. Zach Aller won a Dan Thompson Howler. An additional nine participants walked away with a cool $100 cash: Jake Geltel, Brent Spooner, Schyler Abuhl, Paul Fiorenza, Chris Dunlavy, Chris Taylor, Tristen Slennin, Jeff Steffan, and Tom Buchmeier. Other door prizes included DPMS hats and shirts; 12 ea. RFA3-PP Black Prairie Panther rifles (223 20" black fluted barrel with carbon fiber hand guards and 2-stage triggers) value at $1239 retail; and two 556 16" pardus barrel assemblies with DPMS exclusive M-111 hand guard systems valued at $950 retail.


Big Dog/Little Dog

The big dog winner was team #5 (Tyler Boots & Jake Geltel) with a coyote weighing in at 37 lbs 13 oz. Team #3 (Justin & Jason Bechtold) produced the smallest dog weighing 12 lbs 11 oz.

Payout for each team was $540.


Tournament Results

The tournament’s winning team was #25 (Marty Oyloe & Mitch Kvernum) who brought in 13 coyotes. Their share of the winnings totaled $???

Coming in 2nd place was team #3 (Justin & Jason Bechtold) with seven coyotes (total weight: XX). Their share of the winnings totaled $?? plus a little dog payout of $540 for a total prize of $??.

In 3rd place was team #22 (Kurt Hanson & Andrew Johnson) who brought in seven coyotes (total weight: XX). Their share of the winnings totaled $??

The 4th place team #5 (Tyler Boots & Jake Geltel) brought in six coyotes (total weight: XX). For a payout of $?? plus a little dog payout of $540 for a total cash prize of $??.

And rounding out the top performers was the 5th place team #26 (Kurry Delparte & Tim Lockwood) with six coyotes (total weight: XX). Their winnings totaled $??


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