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Deer Hunting in Mississippi: Kids With Special Needs Get Special Weekend Called “Superhunt”

JACKSON, Miss.–Deer hunting is one of Mississippi’s big pass times. Now, if you’re a parent of a child with special needs, you can get them involved, with a special weekend coming up at the end of October called the Superhunt.

The hunt is three days, from Oct. 31 to Nov. 2, and Chad Dacus, with Mississippi Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks, said you can expect a Halloween theme. The hunt is for any disabled youth age 6 to 17.

“The registration is on the Foundation’s website, at ,” he said. “If you know of a kid with special needs that wants to be involved with this, have their parents sign up. We will be cutting registration off at the beginning of October.”

CLIP from Mississippi Outdoors with Chad Dacus and Lt. Randy Newell, MDWFP:

He said you can also sign up if you want to volunteer your property or your time to help out.

“We will need plenty of volunteers and plenty of help throughout this whole weekend of events,” he said.

Activities will start the morning of Oct. 31, at Bass Pro Shops in Pearl, will move to the Mississippi Museum of Natural History, and the hunt will commence Saturday morning, Nov. 1.

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