Hunters may never have as keen a sense of smell as a squirrel dog, but there are some aromas that stick with you through the years and bring back fond memories of past hunts.
Team Bone Collector won the third-annual Gamo Squirrel Master Classic, its second in a row, but every team left with a great experience and memories of small-game hunting with air rifles.
“It’s kind of a unique area in terms of the Continental Divide on the Helena National Forest,” said John Gatchell, MWA conservation director. “It’s proximity to rich wildlife habitat and what we’ve seen showing up with the diversity of life, it’s a neat thing for people to get engaged with.”
The second annual Squirrel Master Classic shines a light on the fun of small-game hunting, the versatility of air rifles and the importance of getting kids involved in the outdoors.
Gamo Outdoor USA pits teams of hunters against each other in a winner-takes-all airgun competition. Heaviest bag of squirrels at the end of the day wins!