Demo at Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources
The Hooker Deer Drag Co., LLC visited the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources to demonstrate how The Hooker Deer Drag™ could benefit hunters and hunting instructors.
Trip to Grayson, Kentucky
On Saturday, March 24, 2012, at the request of Will Connelly, Senior Hunter Training Officer for the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, we traveled to Grayson, Kentucky. Mr. Connelly found our company online when he was looking for items relating to his workshop about deer hunting, processing and preparation. We were delighted to be invited to demonstrate The Hooker Deer Drag™ at this workshop for approximately 80 hunting instructors from all across the state of Kentucky. Since we didn’t have a deer carcass to drag, I cinched the straps of The Hooker Deer Drag™ over Steve’s boots and drug him across the floor. We all had a lot of fun with that and then several individuals started dragging each other with the deer drags. Everyone seemed to enjoy our demonstration and we were more than happy to donate of a couple of sets of The Hooker Deer Drag™ for prizes at the workshop. Even better, several of the instructors purchased our deer drags for their own personal use. We’d like to thank Will Connelly for extending this invitation to us and to all of the participants for their wonderful Kentucky hospitality.
About the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources
The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources is an agency of the Kentucky Tourism, Arts & Heritage Cabinet. Our nine-member commission is nominated by Kentucky sportsmen and sportswomen and appointed by the governor. This commission appoints the department’s commissioner. We employ about 500 people full-time, including conservation officers, wildlife and fisheries biologists, conservation educators, and information technology, public relations, customer service and administrative professionals. Our headquarters is located in Frankfort, but we work with landowners, hunters, anglers, boaters and wildlife enthusiasts statewide. Our mission is to conserve and enhance fish and wildlife resources and provide opportunity for hunting, fishing, trapping, boating and other wildlife related activities.