Biggest Names in Bowhunting Attending 2021 Pope and Young Convention

This year join the Pope and Young Club in Reno, Nevada, July 14 – 17, to celebrate 60 years of bowhunting heritage and swap stories with some of bowhunting’s biggest legends.

Biggest Names in Bowhunting Attending 2021 Pope and Young Convention

The Pope and Young Club, America’s leading bowhunting organization, recently announced that its 32nd Biennial Convention, celebrating 60 years of bowhunting conservation, will feature some of the biggest names in bowhunting to help them celebrate in Reno, Nevada, July 14- 17. The Convention will take place at the Nugget Casino and Resort.

The Pope and Young Convention has always been a place to meet some of bowhunting’s living legends, and this year will be no exception. With speaking engagements from Michael Waddell, Remi Warren, Allen Bolen, Andrew McKean, and many others, it will be a memorable event for all who attend.

There’s still time to register for the Convention. At no other event do you have the opportunity to shake hands and swap stories with bowhunting legends such as Chuck Adams, Jack Frost, Tom Miranda, Frank Noska, Marv Clyncke, Harv Ebers and M. R. James. The Pope & Young Convention provides a great atmosphere for bowhunters of all skill levels to spend time with fellow hunting enthusiasts, make new friends and learn new skills.

P&Y staff reminds you to register by July 1, 2021, to guarantee your meal tickets. Learn more about the 2021 P&Y Convention and register at www.pope-young.org/convention.

COVID Restriction Update: All areas are open at 100% capacity and vaccinated guests don’t have to wear masks. P&Y staff aren’t allowed to ask about vaccines or request to see vaccination cards due to HIPPA laws. Guests are on the honor system to wear masks if they aren’t vaccinated. Masks are still required in the Reno/ Tahoe Airport and on the planes.

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