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The Young Adult Pheasant Hunt Program builds the confidence of young hunters in a safe, friendly environment. You must sign up with any participating club listed below, each club will have a pheasant seminar and a hunt. You don't need to be a member to participate.
Pheasant Seminar: This course includes hands-on instruction in shotgun shooting fundamentals and firearm safety, how to have a safe and fun hunt, and information on upland hunting basics.
Pheasant Hunt: Participants get to experience a real pheasant hunt under the supervision of an experienced hunter on one of the six Saturdays prior to the regular pheasant season. Please contact the club you are planning on hunting with to see the day they picked for the hunt.
Requirements to Participate in the Program:
Steps to Participate:
Georgetown Fish and Game Association (Georgetown)
Contact: John Holt
Walpole Sportsman’s Association (Walpole)
Contact: Joseph Creedon Jr.
Norco Sportsmen’s Club (Princeton)
Contact: Ken Stidsen
Carver Sportsmen’s Club (South Carver)
Contact: Paul Johnson
Falmouth Rod and Gun Club (Falmouth, Waquoit)
Contact: Keith Engstrom
Worthington Rod and Gun Club (Worthington)
Contact: Walter Fritz Jr.
Lee Sportsmen’s Club (Lee)
Contact: John Polastri
Essex County League (Danvers)
Contact: Mike Robinson
East Mountain Sportsmen’s Club (Williamstown)
Contact: Tom Brule
The Massachusetts Young Adult Pheasant Program was developed for Sportsmen's Clubs and Related Groups to:
If you have questions about the program, please contact the Youth Hunt Coordinator Astrid Huseby at 508-389-6305.
The MassWildlife District office that serves your community can answer questions about possible locations for the Youth Pheasant Hunt if you do not want to hold the hunt at your club:
8 a.m.– 4:30 p.m., M-F