CANYONVILLE — Jack Joyce remembers when he wanted to take his sons hunting in central California, but couldn’t find any choice terrain to hunt because most of it was posted as private property. Now, years later, he’s providing access to his land and ponds for youth hunts on his ranch a couple of miles east of Canyonville. He’s provided those opportunities for several years by donating hunts to the Umpqua chapter of the Oregon Hunter’s Association. The hunts are raffled off, earning money for OHA and giving young hunters a chance at bagging a turkey or duck. More recently, the …
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