Coyote Creek Chronicle

Newsletter of the Bayou Bounty Hunters — January 2011 Edition

Text Box:

23255 La Palma Avenue

Yorba Linda, California   92887

Phone (714) 694-1800

 Fax (714) 694-1815

Soiled Dove

Print Editor / Publisher


Bayou Blessings

Web Editor / Publisher

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Text Box: Clean Stages  
January Match

   Rattlesnake Blake

Four Clean Stages

Copperhead Charlie
Louisiana Cuz 

Three Clean Stages

Box-Canyon Bradford
Cottonmouth Clipper
Crunch Hardtack
Diamondback Mac
El Otro Doc
Goofus Macooter
Kalico Keeve
Razorback Latigo
Reload Don

Top Cowboy Shooter:  Macon A. Longshot

Top Cowgirl Shooter:  Concho Pearl
Text Box: Top Shooters / Jan. Match
	Rawhide Slim
49’er Class
	Macon A. Longshot
	Copperhead Charlie
	Diamondback Mac
	Dakota Steele
Classic Cowboy
	Kalico Keeve
	Marshal Big Daddy Jenk
	Chipola Kid
	Cicero Grimes
Elder Statesman
	Louisiana Cuz
	Kentucky Tom
Frontier Cartridge
Gun Fighter
	Boothill Coyote
Junior Boys
	Box-Canyon Bradford
Lady 49’er
	Mountain Laurel
Lady B-Western
	Concho Pearl
Lady Wrangler
	Sassy Schoolmarm
	Cap’n Dan
	Allegheny Drover
Senior Duelist
	Cooper York
Silver Senior
	Pine Ridge Charlie
	El Zopilote Mojado
Wild Bunch
	El Otro Doc
	Rattlesnake Blake
	Woodie B. Western
	Goofus Macooter
	Gentilly Gent

Annual Membership Banquet


                      DateSaturday, January 22                      

                          Time: 5:00 – 8:00 p.m.

                          Place:  Club House at Range              

                          cost:  $15 per person


             Once a year the Bayou Bounty Hunters hold their annual membership meeting.  It is a time for all of our cowboys and cowgirls to don Old West attire and come together for a nice meal, while attending to annual club business. 

Family members and guests are cordially invited to join us.  This is an excellent time to invite a friend to introduce them to cowboy action shooting and to see our facilities at Florida Parishes Skeet Club in Amite, LA.


Please send your reservation with payment made out to Bayou Bounty Hunters to the following address:


 Soiled Dove aka Bettye Boggs

345 Village Farms Lane

Folsom, LA  70435

Text Box: Adios to Dos Perros and Allegheny Drover 
who are both moving to Houston.

Get Well Wishes to 
Crazy Emmitt and Big Dawg Daddy who are recovering from surgery.


Classes Being Offered


  Range Officer I Class:  January 22nd, 8:00 a.m.


   Range Officer II Class:  January 29th, 8:00 a.m.


   Contact Rattlesnake Blake to register at (985) 796-9698



All material for the above classes can be downloaded from the SASS web site.  Or contact Soiled Dove if you have difficulty copying the material.                    

Text Box: 	Reminder from the Treasurer  

Annual dues are payable in January of each year.
	If you are a member of Florida Parish Skeet Club, your membership dues will to payable to the skeet club.

	If you are a member of the Bayou Bounty Hunters only, your membership dues will be payable to the Bayou Bounty Hunters.  

You can pay these dues to Cameo Rose at the monthly shoot, or you can mail it to her at:  Terry Calvert, P. O. Box 10056, Gulfport, MS 39505.

Florida Parish Skeet Range Rules

 -Long Range Rifle Rules-


 Long range rifle use has exclusive precedence over the pistol range (cowboy range) for the following days / times:


                          Tuesdays:  12:00 noon – 4:00 p.m.


                          Thursdays:  12:00 noon – 4:00 p.m.


                          Saturdays:  8:00 a.m. – 11:00 noon

                                                     (Other than scheduled match days or scheduled work days.)


 Note:  Any questions to the above range rules can be directed to one of the two range masters:  (Nick Brocato or Greg Boggs).  These rules apply to FPS membership only.




                                                 Club Happenings   



             Join Florida Parishes Skeet Club for shooting privileges on the cowboy range seven days a week, camping facilities, and skeet shooting.  (Only FPS members are entitled to range privilege at times other than scheduled events.)


             New Shooter Orientation -  Contact Crazy Emmitt should you or anyone you know need to go through the new shooter orientation.


             Long Range Rifle and Skeet Shooting  -  Look for upcoming information regarding long range shooting opportunities.  Also, there will be skeet shooting sessions offered as well.


             Clean Match Buckle Competition  -  Goofus Macooter has donated a very nice award buckle to be given away to the monthly shooter who has the most clean matches throughout the year.  The competition  will run from Hangin’ at Coyote Creek 2010 through the October match in 2011 (twelve month period).  At this time, the point standings are:  Crunch Hardtack (1), Louisiana Cuz (2), Rattlesnake Blake (2).  Like Wyatt Earp said, “In a gun fight, take your time in a hurry.”

Fisher House Charity Match


March 25, 26, 27, 2011


All proceeds from this match & donations made go to benefit Fisher House in Gulfport, MS

(Donations are 501(C)3 tax-exempt)


Supporting America's military in their time of need, 

FISHER HOUSE provides "a home away from home" that enables family members to be close to a loved one during hospitalization for an illness, disease or injury



 The Zachary and Elizabeth Fisher House at Keesler provides a comfortable home-away-from-home for families of seriously ill patients at the Keesler Medical Center and the Biloxi/Gulfport Veterans Health Administration Hospitals.


The criteria for occupancy is that the guest be (1) either a member of the "support team" of the patient hospitalized at these facilities or (2) a patient in an outpatient status.


Built in 1992 at no cost to the government, the 5,000 square foot, two-story Keesler Fisher House is the sixth of 43 Fisher Houses donated to those in need of lodging by the late Zachary and Elizabeth Fisher of New York. The intent was, and still is, to provide home-like accommodations. Operating costs are underwritten by nominal guest fees and by contributions to the non-profit Fisher House of Keesler, Inc., a Mississippi 501(C)3 tax-exempt corporation.  The hope is that with enough donations, we can reduce or eliminate guest fees altogether in the future.



If you would like to make a donation to this worthy cause,

please contact greg boggs at 985-796-9698 or







Top Shooters/ Jan. Match

Clean Stages / Jan. Match

Annual Membership Banquet


Adios to Club Members

Range Officer Classes


Club Happenings

Long Range Rifle Rules

Club Happenings

March Monthly Scores


Contact our web mistress, Bayou Blessings at

Membership Dues Payable

Fisher House Charity Match



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