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Author Topic: Seattle Sportsmen's Conservation Foundation - Silent Fundraiser ends April 3  (Read 914 times)

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Looking for ways to make a difference for wildlife conservation right here in Washington? The Seattle Sportmen’s Convention is holding a silent auction which is active now and ends April 3 at 7:00 p.m. Pacific time. While our annual in-person convention will not be held as it has in years past due to COVID, the silent auction gives everyone a chance to participate.

The online auction is live at https://www.onlinehuntingauctions.com/Seattle-Sportsmen-s-Conservation-Foundation-2021-Auction_as70957

Our goal is to raise funding for local projects such as Washington State Mountain Goat Surveys, Blacktail Deer Hair Loss Studies, Hunters for the Hungry donations, funding of hunts and fishing trips for veterans, youth outdoor and educational programs, Mountain Goat relocation, and Pronghorn Antelope re-introduction into eastern Washington.

The silent auction has a growing list of wonderful items to bid on including hunting and fishing trips, vacation packages, game cameras, Kenetrek boots, a Kifaru pack, a Backou Mule eBike, wine, tires, taxidermy credit, art, and the Washington State Mountain Goat tag.

Registration to participate in the auction is quick and easy. If you don’t already have an “OnlineHuntingAuctions.com” Login, just simply click “Create Account” at www.onlinehuntingauction.com and sign up! Account inquiries can be made directly to Online Hunting Auctions at 866-313-0123. All other inquiries can be made at eastonjane1883@gmail.com.

Sign up for the auction now and participate in this effort to raise funding for Washington conservation.   

Thank you for your continued support.

“Together… Working for Wildlife”

Nature. It's cheaper than therapy.

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Lots of goodies in that auction.

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I’m in.

And I know I’m not the only one.

Who’s next!?
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Thanks Bob.

Going to look at it right now.
Member:   Yakstrakgutp (or whatever we are)
I love the BFRO!!!
I wonder how many people will touch their nose to their screen trying to read this...

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Great rifle posted from Benchmark...you could use it to harvest the goat.

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Bumping this. To the top!

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For sure going to the fundraiser is a lot more enjoyable than doing these online bids. Friend of mine las weekend got a 15 day brown bear hunt in Alaska..$9000. A steal , just never know what something will sell for.  Value was $29,500

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Today is the last day. There are some items that are currently at bargain prices.
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So what did you guys buy? I bought the duck hunt with Tony Lind for my wife and probably one of her female hunting friends to go for a girls weekend.
The best friend a guy could have asked for. RIP chasing pheasants in heaven Denali girl.

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So what did you guys buy? I bought the duck hunt with Tony Lind for my wife and probably one of her female hunting friends to go for a girls weekend.
thss as t will be a fun hunt for sure.
Pain is temporary, achieving the goal is worth it.

I didn't say it would be easy, I said it would be worth it.

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I bid on the Miller Ranch pheasant hunt early on to help boost the price. No one outbid me so I have an older friend I can take and enjoy it with.
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I was going to pull the trigger on the Argentina dove hunt, but with the rona and possible future vaccination requirements I decided to bow out.
$5 is a lot of money if you ain't got it

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I ended up with the Kifaru pack.
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Thanks for the support. You will both enjoy your hunts..Scott Miller has been a great donor for many years. We use to take 10-12 youth there each year for an over night and great shooting. I bought Tony’s hunt last year also and your wife  will also have a great hunt..the Lind’s have also been great supporters of our fundraiser and usually buy the head table..I purchased Duane and Mike’s donation for the beef. Bought it last year and it has been fantastic eating and mixing the hamburger with the rutty bucks we shot last year..
Sure missed the face to face..
As a heads up we did an antelope survey in Feb. and things are looking very good, we found several groups with over 60 animals/ group. Numerous smaller groups. Pretty much all of the antelope we have brought into the state through these fundraiser effort have produced what is now born and raised Washington antelope.

 


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