Sables Summer Soiree

Monday, July 31st from 10:29 AM to 2:00 PM
Lincoln mountain ranch
Host: Mary Predovich 303-550-6016

Map will be mailed after RSVP. Contact Mary with questions:

Denver Sables Fishing at Spinney Reservoir

August 18, 2016

We headed out early for a morning fishing adventure on Spinney Mountain Reservoir.  We split up into two boats and fished away with the guides from
Tightline Outdoors, Nate Zelinsky and Will Dykstra. The prize was a 46 inch Northern Pike that slashed the face of the guide before returning to the lake!


Wild Game Cooking Class

Saturday, December 10, 2016

We will have mimosas, learn how to cook some special wild game dishes taught by author, Leslie Fangman, share in the preparation, and enjoy eating what we have prepared.
$75.00 for Denver Sables members and $85.00 non members.  You can join the Sables at the event if you would like. Price includes Leslie’s signed cookbook. The  Sables are the education arm of the Safari Club International Foundation and educates teachers, youth and families regarding the conservation  and economic value of ethical hunting and fishing practices which fund our successful game management programs in North America and worldwide.

SABLE Happenings 2015-2016

We had lots of fun this year and more to come in 2016!

  • Decorating for the Fundraiser
  • Archery Instruction in the Pike National Forest
  • Fly Fishing with Pearls on the North Fork of the South Platte near Bailey
  • Handgun Instruction
  • Shotgun Lessons with Warren Watson at Valhalla
  • Ladies Bluffs Hunt
  • Fur the Love

Your leadership team, Mary Predovich, Debra Blake and Tammy Scott have some great activities planned for 2016 – 2017.

Denver Sables and Friends, Night out at the Range for WAEI

photo 3Twenty Sables and friends had a “blast” learning safety and techniques for shooting handguns and “fired away” September 9, 2014. The outdoor shooting activities lasted until dark and then the group had a potluck dinner afterwards. The reason for the shoot was to raise much-needed funds for the WAEI College Programs. Bret Roller, Executive Director, joined us for this fun event.

WAEI (Wildland Awareness Education Institute) receives the Denver Sables support because it aligns with the SCIF-Education Sables mission to pass on the conservation message to future generations. WAEI is doing just that with college programs that teach the students the North American Conservation Model, help them understand the economics of hunting and involve them in actual hands on shooting, archery and other outdoor activities. For many students, this is the first opportunity to handle a firearm and hear the true facts regarding hunters and their support of wildlife. Many of the students go on to take hunter safety courses following this class. We are proud to be one of WAEI’s sponsors.

Mary Predovich

President, Denver Sables

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