October 1 marked the beginning of the 2018 / 2019 deer season. It started with Archery only until November 16. Remember it’s either sex during Archery season. Size and limits are the club size and limits. You can head over to the Library tab to download that and more.
Reminder that the shooting range is only open from 10:00 in the morning until 2:00 in the afternoon.
MDWFP has announced a change in supplemental feeding rules. The club will abide by the State rules regarding supplemental feeding.
- Feeders may be located within ANY distance from a stand.
- Feeders CAN NOT be located within 100 yards of a border or property line.
- Feeders must be above ground. No dumping feed on ground
- Supplemental feeding is PROHIBITED from 1 March to the end of Turkey season.
Look in the links section for the link to the supplemental feeding regulation.
We had 227 acres of Lone Oak land sold without any notice. Please check the map and move your stand soon if you are in the highlighted areas.Contact a club officer for further questions.
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Let’s all congratulate Brandon and Carson Thompson, they took 2nd and 3rd place in Youth Big Buck contest.
First place youth is Blake Ward. ( That’s him in the middle flanked by Fred Ellis and Ron Loveday) .
And Robert Ellis took the top adult spot.
Our next and last meeting for the summer is Tuesday 17 Apr at 7 pm. There has been a motion made to allow choice of harvest reporting to be done by email or weigh-in station. Come voice your opinion.
Saturday 21 Apr. is a Work Day. We will be working on the Shooting Range and checking some gates and locks.This is where we need some of the younger members.
If you know of something that needs our attention, please email me and we can get it fixed.
Winners of the Big Buck contest were:
1st. Robert Ellis 2nd. Wesley Box 3rd. Haig Butler
Youth 1st. Blake Ward Carson Thompson 3rd. Brandon Thompson
Darla Turan, Wife of El Turan recently passed away. Please include the Turan family in your Prayers.
The pines on the west side of 373 are being thinned out. If you have a stand around that area, you need to check it before hunting season.
Currently there is no hunting on the areas off of Highway 69. Due to right of way litigation between the current owner and adjacent neighbors these areas are no longer available to us at the present time. If and when these become available once again, an announcement will be made. Thank you for you for your understanding and cooperation.