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KBA-summer-slideEach year, our members enjoy a series of summer programs or shoots. The new year begins with a Bunny Hunt in March. Traditionally, members return to Cheyenne Bottoms, where it all began for a weekend of camping, shooting, and hunting cottontails. In May or June, you can join us for a Prairie Dog Shoot. Try your hand at taking a speedy, alert prairie dog with a bow and arrow and you'll soon understand the meaning of a challenge. During June and July, it's off to the rivers and lakes to seek out rough fish with the bow. Carp, buffalo, and gar are the primary targets. You can wade, walk the banks, or shoot from watercraft. August will find members gathering for the Annual Rendezvous. Camping, shooting, and browsing vendor displays break up the many conversations about hunting trips and the upcoming hunting seasons.

Conservation also takes priority with the KBA. Since 1993 and flood that came with it, KBA members have planted thousands of trees to replace lost habitat. Glen Elder Reservoir, Tuttle Creek, Wilson Lake, Cedar Bluff, Texas Lake Wildlife Area and others have all benefitted from these efforts.

CALENDAR OF EVENTS
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KBA Convention
Feb. 23-25, 2018
Hutchinson

Bunny Hunt
To Be Determined
Cheyenne Bottoms

Conservation Day
TBD
TBD

Prairie Dog Hunt
TBD
Oakley

Carp Shoot
TBD
TBD

Carp Shoot
TBD
TBD

Summer Rendezvous
TBD                                           TBD

Archery Golf Shoot                   Sept.2018                                  Gorham