2015 Kentucky Bull Elk Hunt Opportunity Is Still Available

All Proceeds benefit Conservation Camps in Kentucky

Kentucky Bull Elk Hunt
Kentucky Bull Elk Hunt
Kentucky Department Fish & Wildlife
Kentucky Department Fish & Wildlife

Frankfort, KY -(Ammoland.com)- If you were not drawn this year, don’t miss your last chance for an opportunity for a fully guided Bull Elk hunt in Kentucky.

This drawing will take place on Friday, May 29th at the Salato Wildlife Education Center.

  • Click here to purchase chances for the Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Foundation’s Bull Elk Tag Drawing
  • Click here to view the 2015 Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resource’s Elk lottery results

 

Like the print below? It is signed and numbered by the artist Rick Hill.

Over half have sold, but purchase a $250.00 ticket package and it’s all yours (while supplies last)!

14" x 17"
14″ x 17″

Proceeds from this specially commissioned bull elk tag will fund scholarships and needed improvements to our three conservation camps in Kentucky; Camp Webb, Camp Wallace and Camp Currie. Thank you for supporting The Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Foundation and our great conservation camps!

If you are currently a member of the Kentucky Conservation Coalition, thank you for joining. Please share this e-mail with other outdoorsmen and women. To join the KCC and its many partners, including The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, please sign up for this FREE service by clicking here http://www.kycoalition.org.

About the Kentucky Conservation Coalition

The mission of the Kentucky Conservation Coalition is to organize outdoorsmen and women, conservation groups and their members so that their united voices can be heard on important issues impacting fish and wildlife management, wildlife-related recreation interests, and natural resource conservation in Kentucky. Our fishing, hunting, trapping, and natural resource conservation heritage is depending on it. We need to pass the things we hold dear to the next generation, and the time to act is now. To join the KCC and its many partners, including The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, please sign up for this FREE service by clicking here http://www.kycoalition.org.