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Date/Time
21 Nov 2019
2:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Location
Main Road
Rettendon Common
Chelmsford
Essex
CM3 8DL
United Kingdom


BASC Eastern invites you to come along for an experience to remember.

Upon arrival you will be welcomed by a BASC Officer and introduced to the team over tea and cakes before moving into the shoot room for a presentation covering duck flighting, species recognition and duck calls, followed by a fun quiz and some great prizes.

You will then receive a demonstration on how to prepare duck and cook it. There will be delicious tasters for you to sample.

You will then be introduced to your experienced guide who will sit with you in the hide until dark giving you advice and tips where hopefully you will bag yourself a duck or two.

At the end of the day there will be a luxury three course meal in the shoot room where we can discuss the day and we can answer any further questions you my have.

The evening is fun and informative, a great way for ladies to try Duck Flighting with other likeminded women.

 This day is aimed at ladies with reasonable shooting experience.

BASC members and non members welcome.

Cost: £60pp BASC members /  £70pp non members

You will need to bring your shotgun certificate, shotgun, non toxic cartridges, warm clothing and hearing protection

There are only 10 places available

For further details or to book please email central@basc.org.uk or call 01283 810 910


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