2016 National Coyote Contest Results

2016-national-coyote-calling-contestThe results are in for the 2016 National Coyote Calling Championship.

To see the results of this years contest click here or go to the 2016 Results subtab.

To see the TOP 50 Callers click here or go to the Contest Results tab.

2016 National Coyote Calling Championship

2015 Husband & WifeThe 2016 National Coyote Calling Championship will be held in Rawlins, WY on Thursday, Friday and Saturday November 10th, 11th and 12th. The contest will run 2 days during daylight hours only ending at 5:00 p.m. on Saturday November 12th.

To register visit the Rules and Registration page to download the Rules, Flyer, and Pre-Registration Form. Pre-registration forms and entry fees are due not later than October 29, 2016. If by some chance you cannot make the hunt and have paid your fees, 50% will be refunded. If you want to be in the hunt get your registration forms in early. You must be 15 years or older to enter.

2015 National Coyote Contest Results

2015 1st PlaceThe results are in for the 2015 National Coyote Calling Championship.

To see the results of this years contest click here or go to the 2015 Results subtab.

To see the average of the past three years click here or go to the Contest Results tab.

Saunders Archery

Saunders ArcheryWe are proud to bring on a new sponsor for this years hunt. 

For fifty years, Phyllis and Chuck Saunders, founders of Saunders Archery Company, devoted their lives to archery. From the basement of a Chicago apartment to a small building in Manilla, Iowa, to the present manufacturing plants in Columbus and Papillion, Nebraska, the company has been guided by their dedication to and love of archery.

The passing of Phyllis on August 25, 1986 and of C. A. Saunders on March 31, 1995 marked and end of an era for archery. From the times when Phyllis toughenized faces and dyed quivers by hand and Chuck wound and sewed matts, Saunders Archery has been part of the extended family of archery. Saunders Archery remembers its past while embarking into its future.

The Commitment Continutes,
Total Satisfaction!

They are totally committed to your satisfaction. Period.

They are dedicated to designing, engineering, tooling and crafting the worlds finest archery products and providing the industry's best service. Their devotion to the sport drives them to develop new products which make shooting more fun and afffordable for the beginner as well as offering more precision and enjoyment for the enthusiast.

You can check them out on the web at sausa.com

2015 National Coyote Calling Championship

2014 Darrel B Shipp ScholarshipThe 2015 National Coyote Calling Championship will be held in Rawlins, WY on Thursday, Friday and Saturday November 5th, 6th and 7th. The contest will run 2 days during daylight hours only ending at 5:00 p.m. on Saturday November 7th.

There will be two people per team, with an entry fee of $200.00 per team. This does not include the Calcutta, Big/Little Dog and Big/Little Bitch contest.

The contest will be held at the Carbon County Fair Grounds. We will meet at the Carbon County Fair Grounds Multi-Plex Building on Thursday November 5th at 5:00 p.m. At that time teams will check-in and the rules will be gone over. There will be a calcutta and you will be given a chance to enter the Big/Little Dog and the Big/Little Bitch contests.

It will be a jackpot Hunt with all entry fees going back into the prize money after all operation costs and banquet fees taken out.

To register visit the Rules and Registration page to download the Rules, Flyer, and Pre-Registration Form. Pre-registration forms and entry fees are due not later than October 27, 2015. Also download the Hat and Sweatshirt Order Form to get your National Contest apparel pre-ordered. If by some chance you cannot make the hunt and have paid your fees, 50% will be refunded. If you want to be in the hunt get your registration forms in early. You must be 15 years or older to enter.

There will be an Awards Banquet Saturday night November 7th, 2014 at 6:30 p.m. at the Carbon County Fair Grounds Multi-Plex Building.