's Flagship Tournament Set for January 10 to 12, 2013 in Dickenson, ND

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  • (1888PressRelease) December 18, 2012 - With more than $20,000 dollars in cash and prizes up for grabs last year -- and even more expected to be awarded in 2013 - reservations are selling out fast for's most anticipated annual event.

    "The 11th Annual North Dakota Coyote Classic (11NDCC) is our biggest event of the year in terms of participation and prize money," said director Jamie P. Olson. "It's gotten so popular that we've actually had to place a cap on the number of teams that can registerů so we're encouraging everyone to sign up early."

    The 11NDCC is a two-day contest with a registration fee of $300 per team. Registrations are processed on a first come-first served basis with a maximum of 50 teams allowed. Home base for the event will be at the Dickinson, North Dakota Quality Inn located at 71 Museum Drive in Dickinson, ND. A block of rooms has been set aside at a special group rate at the hotel.

    Rules review and a Calcutta Auction will be held at the hotel at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, January 10. Teams will be auctioned off to the highest bidder with a 90% payback to the top three teams.

    A call-in check-in is scheduled for 7:00 p.m. Friday, January11; the contact phone number for this check-in will be given out at the rules meeting. The tournament's final check-in will be at 7:00 p.m. on Saturday, January 12 at the Quality Inn. Cash, plaques and prizes will be awarded to the teams with the highest two-day total. Payback will be as follows: 1st 25%, 2nd 20%, 3rd 15%, 4th 12%, 5th 8%, 6th 6%, 7th 5%, 8th 4%, 9th 3% & 10th 2%. In addition, cash will be awarded for the largest and smallest coyotes (100% payback) and will be paid out each night.

    About Coyote Hunter
    Since its inaugural year in 2001, the Coyote Hunter Tournament Series has grown in every way imaginable. From a four-fold increase in number of participants to an upsurge in prize money of well over 1200% the series has attained its place as the world's preeminent coyote hunting tournament series. Today, predator hunters from nearly a dozen states regularly participate in the Coyote Hunter Tournament Series. Coyote Hunter runs more tournaments and pays out more in prize money each year than any other organization in the US. In addition, no other organization has paid out as much in prize money for tournaments over the past 10 years as Coyote Hunter.

    For additional information about, the upcoming 11NDCC or any of the events in the 2012/2013 Coyote Classic Tournament Series, contact Margaret Kessler at 954-284-4819 or email ( @ ) gmail dot com

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