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Event Details from the Calendar   2009 World's Championship Duck Calling Contest
Type:   World Championship Duck
Date:   11/28/2009
Location:   Stuttgart, AR USA
Contact:   Stuttgart Chamber of Commerce
Phone:   800-810-2241
This contest is a sanctioned contest.   SANCTIONED - The winner qualifies for the World's Duck Calling Championship in Stuttgart, Arkansas
It's a long, tough road to get to the World's Championship Duck Calling Contest. In order to become a contestant, participants must win one of the state or regional duck calling contests sanctioned by the World's Contest. Registration opens at 8:00 AM at the Chamber of Commerce with the contest scheduled for 2:00 PM. All of the sanctioned contests undergo a rigorous review each year by the Rules Committee of the World's Championship Duck Calling Contest. All contests must comply with the Official Rules and Regulations. Strict adherence to the rules is essential to conduct a quality contest. The Rules Committee, or its designee, conduct spot checks of sanctioned contests in order to monitor compliance with the rules. In every contest, contestants are required to perform a hail call, mating call, feed call and a come back call within 90 seconds.
ResultsWho Competed (67)History (73)JudgesScore SheetRankings (20 Year(s))
Users Attending the Event   People Attending Click To See Details (...)
Mike EddyMoline, IL USA
Shawn HeplerSherwood, AR USA
Steve Rampy Murfreesboro, TN USA
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