Chatfield, MN – The Pope & Young Club is proud to announce the addition of the Muzzy Bowfishing Frenzy charter to the line-up of events available during the 2018 Bowhunters Rendezvous held June 8 – 10 at the MacKenzie Center in Poynette, Wisconsin. Muzzy Bowfishing will be guiding 18 Club members attending the Bowhunters Rendezvous on a “first come, first serve” bowfishing trip Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 8-11 a.m. and again from 2-5 p.m. each day. Only18 spots available.
The Muzzy bowfishing boat is well known on bowfishing circuits nationwide and on outdoor television. This is your chance to try your hand at bowfishing aboard Muzzy’s boat at no cost to you. Charters of this kind normally cost participants hundreds of dollars, but as a P&Y Corporate Partner, Muzzy has agreed to take 18 lucky P&Y members who are attending the Rendezvous out for their chance to “Impale A Scale.”
“We are proud to partner with Pope & Young and excited to get Members out on the water with us this summer,” states Teri Quinn, Media Manager for FeraDyne. “The Rendezvous is an action packed weekend full of archery competitions, challenges, and clinics – and now we get to add bowfishing with Muzzy in to the mix! Equipment will be provided and it’s sure to be a great time for all participating.”
To sign-up for the Bowfishing Frenzy charter, you must first register for the Bowhunters Rendezvous, become a Club member if not already and then send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org indicating your preferred time (morning or afternoon). Don’t miss your chance to “Impale a scale” June 8-10 at The Bowhunters Rendezvous. *Wisconsin fishing license required.
The Pope and Young Club is a non-profit North American conservation and bowhunting organization dedicated to the promotion and protection of bowhunting by striving to increase awareness and appreciation of bowhunting foundations, principles and values. The Pope and Young Club is focused on Fair Chase hunting ethics that support the ethical pursuit of free ranging, wild game animals without unfair advantage while promoting the conservation of both habitat and wildlife. The Club also maintains the universally recognized repository of records and statistics on North American big game animals harvested with a bow and arrow.