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Youth Interventions & Year End Wrap Up

Author: Vicki Ash
Posted on January 2, 2019

HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL! And it’s going to be a great New Year.  We have already booked the year for clinics and it is full, so check it out and come see us somewhere in this country or come and go dove and/or pigeon hunting in Bolivia or Argentina. In 2018, we, or I should say Brian and Gil, did a lot of 4H and SCTP interventions where we teach the coaches and the kids.  We have found that the kids will perform on... Read more…

Knowledge Vault Will Improve Your Game!

Author: Vicki Ash
Posted on December 9, 2018

We are in sunny Florida doing clinics at the Sarasota Trap, Skeet & Clays Club.  The weather is beautiful and temperature is 65 degrees, getting warmer by the minute, and everyone here is wrapped up in coats.  Gil and I are in shorts and enjoying it.  I remember many years ago when we were here that the weatherman that morning told the listeners that a cold front had come through and it would be 60 degrees so ev... Read more…

No Heavy Lifting!

Author: Vicki Ash
Posted on November 16, 2018

Wow what a busy 3 weeks.  Sorry to be so late in letting your know what the Ash’s are doing, so here goes.   Gil went to Boise, Idaho with John Wiles of Best Wingshooting to check out a place in the US that you could hunt collard doves and pigeons.  At some point he noticed a bulge in his navel and it began to hurt.  Thanks to Mr. Google he was able to make everything back in place, but upon arrival in Housto... Read more…

Nationals 2018

Author: Vicki Ash
Posted on October 30, 2018

Sitting inside our RV in San Antonio at the 2018 NSCA National tournament and it is pouring down rain here.  We chose not to go and shoot our 28-gauge 100 bird competition and the 28 gauge FITASC event because of the rain.  Hurricane Willa started coming through this morning and it has not stopped raining buckets all day. As most of the ground here is dirt it can be a little treacherous walking, or should I say ... Read more…


Author: Vicki Ash
Posted on October 12, 2018

We have been busy teaching a lot of folks that are going on some kind of hunt, some for the first time.  I have had several lessons with folks going to Argentina for the first time and tried to emphasize that they needed to practice with their gun even if they weren’t taking it to use their left arm a lot as that gets the most wear.  I remember the first time we went and I shot 14 boxes in the morning and 14 in t... Read more…