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WELCOME TO THE

MICHIGAN REGION

MICHIGAN REGION UP AND COMING TRIALS

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August 24 - 25
JERSEY'S PLACE

Grand Junction, Michigan

Open/ Amateur or Open/ Novice

Single/ Single

Chairman: Kara Laraway

Enter Online: www.michigannstra.org or

Email: khartman182@gmail.com

Entry Fee: $50/ Brace 

November 9-10

Michigan Region Turkey Bash

11460 Day Road, Maybee, Michigan

Open/ Amateur or Combined

Double/ Double

Chairman: Pat Carlson

Enter Online: www.michigannstra.org or

Email: pcarlson0222@gmail.com

Entry Fee: $50/ Brace (FUNDRAISER) 

September 14-15

Michigan Crosswind

Harvest Moon

11460 Day Road, Maybee, Michigan

Open/ Novice or Combined

Double/ Double

Chairman: Scott Beaudette

Enter Online: www.michigannstra.org 

or

Email: sbeaudette0930@yahoo.com

Entry Fee: $50/ Brace (FUNDRAISER)

September 28-29

Crosswind Kennel

11460 Day Road, Maybee, Michigan

Open/ Novice or Combined

Double/ Double

Chairman: Eli Coke and Ryan Jobst

Enter Online: www.michigannstra.org or

Entry Fee: $50/ Brace (FUNDRAISER)

December 7-8

Can’t Snow The Snowman 2024

11460 Day Road, Maybee, Michigan

Open/ Novice or Combined

Double/ Double

Chairman: Thadd Townsend

Enter Online: www.michigannstra.org or

Email: ThaddTownsend@gmail.com

Entry Fee: $50/ Brace

NEW TO NSTRA?

The National Shoot to Retrieve Association is a non-profit organization that was founded in 1978 by a group of dedicated bird hunters looking for a way to extend the upland bird season and provide service to its members.

Visit our National Site to JOIN or LEARN MORE.

WHY JOIN?

Membership is open to all sportsman looking to extend the hunting season and enjoy a competitive experience for their families and dogs. NSTRA consists of 31 Regions in the Continental US and Canada, which offer over 1,000 field trial opportunities throughout the year.

NSTRA FIELD TRIALS

NSTRA Field Trials provide competition with others who enjoy bird dogs, in a sportsmanlike environment under hunting conditions.  During a 30 minute brace the dogs are primarily judged on finds and retrieves.  Additional scores are given for ground cover, obedience and honoring another dogs point if the situation arises.  At the end of the day the dog with the highest score wins. 

NSTRA RULES & BYLAWS

To review all of NSTRA rules & bylaws, please click below.

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