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Northwest Texas
Field and Stream

The BEST kept SECRET in Wichita Falls

Charisma Owens

Beautiful Charisma Owens displays the medals she won at the recent 4-H Texas Shooting Sports State Games. Among others, she won two First Place and one second place awards for Jr. Smallbore Pistol and a First for CMP Smallbore Rifle.

Scholarship Winners

Board member Don Morgan (center) introduced the two scholarship winners for 2014. John Eakin (left), a senior at MSU is majoring in Organism Biology. Casey Allen (right) is a senior at MSU majoring in Criminal Justice hoping to become a game warden. Congratulations to these deserving students!

Director Brian Davis reminded the club of the upcoming Hunting and Fishing Day on Sept. 27th. There will also be a Girls' Deer Hunt for the first time ever this year on Nov. 22. Also, Hunters' Education classes will be held 8-4 p.m. on Sept 20 and Oct. 18th.

NWTF&S History

The Northwest Texas Field and Stream Association was organized in 1928 and chartered by the State of Texas as a non-profit charitable and educational association in 1945. The association has over three thousand family members that support conservation and outdoor opportunities for youth in the community.

Yearly Events

  • Youth Deer Hunt (Dec)
  • Youth Bird Hunt (Sept)
  • Youth Fishing Trips (Summer)
  • Children's Christmas party (Dec)
  • 4-H Shooting Programs
  • National Hunting and Fishing Day (Sept)
  • Kid Fishing Rodeo (May)
  • Boy Scout Adventure Group
  • Members' Banquet (Apr)
  • Club Members' Range
  • Annual Turkey Shoots (Oct.-Dec.)

For more information, please visit our office at 2005 Southwest Parkway afternoons between 1:00 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. or call us at (940) 692-1141.

Range Information

The Northwest Texas Field and Stream Association shooting range--The Daume Marksmanship Range--is located on the east side of Sheppard AFB at 4472 Old Friberg Rd. To reach the range, exit I-44 East on FM 171 in the direction of the Municipal Airport. Continue past the airport and make the first left turn at Emert Rd, followed by a right turn onto Old Friberg Rd.