Mosquito Creek Sportsmen’s Association Announces 2019 Coyote Hunt Winners

FRENCHVILLE – The Mosquito Creek Sportsmen’s Association has announced the winners of its 2019 Coyote Hunt.

Clay Webster (Erie) harvested the heaviest coyote at 11 a.m. Sunday, the final day of the hunt. It was a 48.50-pound male.

Dayton Ward (Clearfield) finished in second place with a 46.75-pound male that he killed at 10:30 a.m. Friday.

And, Matt Shimel (Clearfield) came in third place with a 46.65-pound male that he killed at 10:30 a.m. Friday.

Jeremy Bisbee (Erie) harvested the heaviest female coyote at 9 a.m. Saturday. It was 43.60 pounds.

The association had 4,812 registered hunters with total prize monies of $48,120.

Fifty percent was divided among all hunters who harvested a coyote.  The other $19,248 was divided up 50 percent, 30 percent and 20 percent to the top three place winners.

Webster was awarded $9,624 for first place; Ward, $5,774.40 for second place; and Shimmel $3,849.60 for third place.

Also, Bisbee received $9,624 for weighing in the heaviest female. With a total of 225 coyotes brought in, prize money of $86 was awarded per dog.

A complete list of the results can be viewed here or in the PDF viewer below.

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