2105 Lake Shore Waterfowl Kickoff at Field & Stream Erie Store

We will have a table set up along with other local vendors.

Zinc Game Calls, Hardcore, Garmin, and Avian X have all signed

on to present at the event.  More groups adding daily.  Come feed

your waterfowl addiction! See you there!


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Your club, the NORTHWESTERN PA DUCK HUNTERS ASSOCIATION, brought together and assembled the  PA Game Commission, Susquehanna River Waterfowlers, Delta Waterfowl, DCNR, PA Federation of Sporting Clubs, PA Fish and Boat, US Fish and Wildlife, and Ducks Unlimited.  PA WHISTLING WINGS was born.  First project is awareness and education in waterfowling ethics. You’ll be seeing these posters in duck blinds, boat ramps, sports stores, and gamelands all over the state of Pennsylvania.  This is now the clubs officially adopted Code of Ethics.

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WingDing Banquet and Raffle 2015

The Annual Wingding will be held on Sunday October 25th 2015.  Perch Dinner, drinks, and lots and lots of guns and prizes.  This is our only fundraiser and supports not only hunting at Presque Isle but many local regional waterfowl projects.  This is the day before the season opener on Presque Isle, what better way to gear up for the season.  Please try to attend and support your club!  Click the WINGDING tab above for more information.

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Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Homeless

Please Share with all the Hunters that you know.  Click on image to enlarge.

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Sept 4-Sept.19:      Sign ups for Blind Drawing:  Blind Drawing TREC CENTER Sept 19  10AM


Sept. 26        Blind Pick TREC CENTER  10AM

NEW:  Blind Owners and Co-Owner Definitions, Rights and Responsibilities:

1.  The person whose name is drawn is the Primary Owner of the Blind.

2.  Primary Owner may list one other person as the Co-Owner of the Blind.

3.  These designations are permanent and cannot be changed throughout the season.

4.  One of these two people must be present at the Blind Pick.

5.  Both Owner and Co-Owner have equal rights to occupy their blind at any time.  No other person other than the two specific names on the permit, has the right at any time to ask another party to vacate a blind.

*  If you are using someone else’s blind and someone shows up and claims to be the Owner or Co-Owner and asks you to leave, that is their right to do so at any time but identification must be shown to verify that they are in fact the Owner or Co-Owner.  Park Rangers will not tolerate disputes and will ask all parties to leave the park.

6.  When neither Owner or Co-Owner are present, the blind may be used by the public.  Non owners should not take possession of a blind anytime earlier than one hour before shooting hours.  No exceptions.

7.  A person’s name may only appear on ONE blind permit on the park.  If you are EITHER the Owner or a Co-Owner on one blind, you MAY NOT be the Owner or Co-Owner on any other blind on the park that year.

8.  With equal rights comes equal responsibility.  Both Owner and Co-Owner are responsible for maintaining their blind.  Trash bags should be provided, regularly removed, and the blind maintained for the public.

9.  At the end of the season, both Owner and Co-Owner are responsible for blind removal on or before the posted deadline.

10.  Failure to remove your blind by the deadline will result in BOTH the Owner and Co-Owner being fined, and BOTH being placed on the list of ineligibility for future blind drawings.



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Club Events for 2015-16

August 22:    2nd Annual Waterfowl Warm Up at Critters Path

Sept 4-Sept.19:      Sign ups for Blind Drawing:  Blind Drawing TREC CENTER PI Sept 19

Sept. 14:       Meeting Erie Yacht Club-  Duck ID Up-close and from a distance.  Jeremy Stempka, PA Game Biologist

Sept. 19-20  Pymatuning Waterfowl Expo Conneaut Area Senior HS, Linesville PA

Sept. 26        Blind Pick Trec CENTER PI

October 25: Wing Ding Rainbow Gardens:  Gun raffle, Dinner, tons of prizes!

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Next Meeting

Next meeting, Monday September.   Please support and attend if you can!

October 5, 12, 19:       Meeting Erie Yacht Club-  Banquet Committee, Wing Ding planning.  Come join in the cause if interested in volunteering.


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Waterfowl Warm Up Shoot!

DON’T MISS IT!!!  This years clay shoot is August 22nd.  Noncompetitive fun for all!  This event is open to anyone. You do not need to be a member to attend, so please bring your friends and family!

The cost will be $35 for a 100 shot course. We will also be offering a shorter 50 shot course for $25 if 100 is too long. This includes food and drink

We will also have a raffle at the shoot with great prizes from the shoot’s sponsors.  This year’s sponsors are Lake Effect Decoys, Hevi-Shot, Fallen Timber Game Calls, Erie Sports Store, and Herr’s Snacks!

If you need any more informantion check out our FB event page or Anthoni Rossi via facebook or phone at 814-218-7838


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Be sure to review the new BLIND MAP.  All numbers and locations have changed.  Traditionally unused blinds have been removed to allow for respacing of existing blinds.  All blinds will now have greater distances between neighboring blinds.  We hope that this will reduce pressure, eliminate interference of neighboring hunters and provide better hunting on the park.  See Blind Map at the following links in color or black and white.

Duck Blind Locations black and white 2014

Duck Blind Locations 2014

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Mallard Tracker Project

Project DescriptionThe Duck Club is sponsoring a mallard as part of the Long Point Waterfowl Mallard Tracker Project.  Long Point Waterfowl’s “Mallard Tracker” Program is aimed at understanding habitat use and any factors that limit Mallard survival in the Lake St. Clair region. The program has been designed to investigate:

Mallard habitat use during autumn and winter

How Industrial Wind Turbines influence Mallard habitat use

Visit their site for details and follow your mallard “Lady Misery”, named after our own Misery Bay on Presque Isle State Park.  www.longpointwaterfowl.org

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