California Waterfowl “Waterfowler’s Expo” Event This Saturday

California Waterfowl holds “Waterfowler’s Expo” and “Celebration of the Harvest” Event in Stockton This Saturday

California Waterfowl
California Waterfowl

Stockton, CA –-( Come see the latest waterfowl hunting gear, guns, duck calls, plus enjoy a hunter skills challenge, target shooting, swap meet and wine tasting – all followed by a fundraiser dinner at California Waterfowl’s “Waterfowler’s Expo” and “Hunter Skills Challenge” at the Waterloo Gun & Bocci Club in Stockton this Saturday,

September 18th. Exhibitors will include: Benelli, Beretta, Bass Pro Shops, Tanglefree, numerous duck and goose call manufacturers, hunting gear suppliers, and many more.

The Hunter Skills Challenge will test the shotgun, pellet gun, and archery shooting abilities of all ages in a fun, exciting, and safe environment. Bring your own shotgun or use a loaner. All other shooting equipment and ammunition will be provided.

Cost for the Waterfowl Expo is FREE, and the Hunter Skills Challenge is only $25 for pre-registration, or $35 registration on the day of the event. All participants will be entered into the Hunter Skills Challenge raffle to win great hunts and lots of exciting hunting products. Starting at 2 pm is the “Celebration of the Harvest” 5-man fun shoot, Wine Tasting and Pairing and a cooking demonstration by renowned wild game chef Scott Leysath. Dinner, raffle, and special auction to follow. Cost is only $75 per shooter, and includes all “Harvest” activities!

The dinner event will begin at 7 pm and will include the auction of a guided Blacktail hunt on a private 7,000 acre ranch in Corning.

For more information on the “Expo” contact George Oberstadt at (916) 275-0961, or click here to download a flyer.

California Waterfowl Expo 2010 Flyer

California Waterfowl is an award winning nonprofit, hunter-supported conservation organization with a mission to conserve the state’s waterfowl, wetlands, and hunting heritage. In the last 20 years they’ve protected, restored or enhanced more than 360,000 acres, providing habitat for millions of birds and animals, and introduced more than 250,000 children to the wonders of the great outdoors. Visit them online at