Central Oklahoma Predator Challenge Jan. 26 in Blanchard

Outdoors notebook: Field trials for bird dogs Jan. 26-27; Mudcats premieres Sunday night; Eagle watch on Arbuckle Lake Saturday and Jan.

BY ED GODFREY, Staff Writer, egodfrey@opubco.com Published: January 12, 2013
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A hunting tournament for coyotes and bobcats is scheduled Jan. 26 in Blanchard.

Cash prizes and gear will be awarded to winners in of the Central Oklahoma Predator Challenge.


Entry fee per one to three-man teams is $100. The team that checks in the most legally killed predators wins the main competition.

For more information, visit www.centraloklahomapredatorchallenge.blogspot.com, or call Chad Swindell at 412-8876.

Field trials for bird dogs

The Oklahoma Region of National Shoot to Retrieve Association will be holding three spring trials that are open to all pointing breeds.

The trial weekends for the bird dogs are Jan. 26-27 in El Reno, Feb. 9-10 in Minco and March 16-17 in Enid.

New participants or spectators who just want to learn more about our trials are invited.

For more information, contact David Lacy at 409-7526 or visit www.oknstra.netkennel.com for more information.

Mudcats premieres Sunday night

A television show about noodling in Oklahoma debuts Sunday night at 9 p.m. on the National Geographic channel.

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