Bowfishing Virtual Clinic
It’s a combination of bow hunting and fishing. The Missouri Department of Conservation is offering a virtual clinic on bowfishing, July 28th, from 6:00 to 7:00 pm. Bowfishing offers an exciting way to pursue fish that typically draw little interest with traditional pole-and-line or setline methods. This clinic will cover types of bows, reels, lines, and arrows; as well as fish identification, places to go, and rules and regulations.
“Summer is a great time of year to get out on the water, and bowfishing provides another great opportunity for Missourians to enjoy nature, while helping maintain healthy aquatic ecosystems.”
MDC will offer this free program to 40 participants via a live webinar, providing opportunities for live questions and answers. Registrants also will receive links to recorded videos and presentations for viewing prior to the live clinic. Preregistration is required and open through July 21st, or until the class fills, at mdc-event-web.s3licensing.com/Event/EventDetails/173555.
This clinic is recommended for ages 11-years and older. Participants younger than 18-years old should have adult supervision.