Lincoln Youth Sports Association
PROVIDING EDUCATION AND INVOLVEMENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUTH IN OUR COMMUNITY
The Youth Hunts are those hunts that are formed with the focus of full-time students attending. All fees apply but are significantly discounted. They are open to the public with only a few conditions. Those conditions are:
Safety Is Paramount
Youth attending must be at least 8 years of age. All youth may carry a gun but must have the Nebraska Game & Parks Hunter Safety Certification to load the gun along with an adult member present at all times. Ducks Galore Lodge safety requirements are stricter than general hunting guidelines and must be adhered to or the hunting privilege will be revoked for part or all of the remainder of the hunt. Loaded guns may NEVER be taken into the Lodge.
These events, as with many of Lincoln Youth Sports activities, are reserved with your non-refundable payment along with membership dues. See the calendar for the hunts that are ”Kid Hunt” and “open to everyone” and contact the person listed or email us at email@example.com. The hunts on the calendar designated as “by invitation only” are closed to the public.
Things to bring:
Warm boots; sleeping bag; gun; steel shot shells; camo clothing is preferable but not required; your personal favorite beverage; two changes of clothing (one to wear and one to wash, pack light;) soft personal gear container if possible; personal toiletries; Hunter Safety Certification Card (and any other applicable hunting requirements;) don't need to bring a towel; cooking utensils if you want to cook in the field (probably not needed,) camera (if you wish;).
No physical contact with anyone at any time; no touching of other belongings even with their approval; no loading of guns until instructed by an adult; food or beverage is only allowed in eating area; must be kind to others at all times; must use steel shot for all shooting activities; only take food servings you will eat at meal time; mark your personal property with permanent marker; leave no personal valuables unattended; anything left behind after you leave the lodge to go home becomes the property of LYSA; pick up trash and shot shell casings when leaving hunting area, put your personal gear on top of your sleeping area while awake; keep guns and boots in mudroom; clean birds outside; if taking prescription drugs, or taking over-the-counter medication, or under a doctors care, you must disclose this to the Life Mentor on duty upon your arrival at the lodge.
Copyright © 2008 Lincoln Youth Sports Association. All rights reserved.
Revised 22 Apr 2010