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Explorers 4-H Club

Northwest Texas Field and Stream Association is a proud supporter of our local Explorers 4-H Club, voted this year as ‘club of the year’!

Upcoming Events

Hunter’s Education Classes: August 12, 2017 and October 7, 2017
Girls Deer Hunt: November 11- 12, 2017
Boys Deer Hunt: December 2-3, 2017

NWTFS Youth Dove Hunt

Saturday September 23rd
All boy or girl hunters 11 yrs old to 16 yrs old need to fill out a Medical Release form, click here. Limited spots are available so send in your form right away.

We need male and female guides to make this a successful hunt. Guides need to fill out a Background Check form, click here. Guides require a hunting license, Migratory Game Stamp, HIP Certification and Hunters Ed Certificate if born on or after September 2, 1971. Guides are welcome to bring something to sit on along with decoys.

NWTFS will provide hunting licenses, a shotgun, ammo, hunting bucket, shooting glasses, ear plugs, snacks and drinks for all youth. All hunters need to do…is show up wearing boots or sturdy shoes and long pants.

Each hunter will have a guide assigned to them. The event will start at 1:00 pm with lunch at the gun club; at 3:00 pm will travel to Iowa Park, with the hunt ending around 8:00 pm. For more info call Frank Jones at 940-692-3158.



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NWTFS Kid Fishing Rodeo at South Weeks Pond off of Southwest Parkway, Sunday, May 21, 1:30-3:30.

Prizes for smallest and largest fish in age groups 1-3, 4-6, 7-9,and10-12. Bring the kids out and we will provide pole and bait or bring your own.

NWTFS will provide hot dogs, chips and drinks. After fishing rodeo there will be a casting contest for ages 6-8, 9-10,and 11-12 with prizes given for each age group.


Lake Road Welding did a bang up job on the shooting stand and trap machine stand. This improved the looks of the range and improved the safety on the range. Thanks to Jerry Morgan and Lake Road Welding for their fine job.

friends of the NRA banquet

The Friends of the NRA banquet held late last year yielded a quantity of new equipment for our Youth Marksmanship Program. Several NWTFS Directors such as Larry Carr assisted with the banquet while long time NWTFS members like David Shoop were at the tables supporting this fun event with their time and money.

First and foremost was 25,000 rounds of badly needed rimfire ammunition. One day of rifle and pistol practice with 20 youngsters on the firing lines will easily burn up 1,500 rounds. Five .22 caliber Ruger target pistols and three Ruger American .22 caliber bolt action rifles were added to our inventory along with several spotting scopes and youth size rifle shooting coats.FNRA PistolFNRA RifleThe Youth Marksmanship Program will put these to good use. The hardware will last for years and help train hundreds of youngsters.

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