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Ann. North Platte Valley Sportsman Club Goose Hunt

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Event# 308-772-3761

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The Goose Hunt is sponsored by the North Platte Valley Sportsman Club (NPVSC) based in Oshkosh. This is an annual event that takes place the second weekend in December each year.

The NPVSC Goose Hunt Competition consists of 3-man teams with a guide for each team (which makes each team have 4 members because the guide counts as a team member)
The Hunt takes place on Saturday. Teams draw for pits.
The team that gets a limit, or has the most weight if more than one team shoots a limit is the winner.

Ann. North Platte Valley Sportsman Club Goose Hunt


Phone : 308-772-3761   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : jspady@panesu.org

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