Started by a handful of hunters from Dodge County, bow hunting was in its infancy at the time. The first bow-only hunt on the Horicon Wildlife Refuge was still four years away.
Our beautiful club sits on almost 40 acres of wooded land, boasting two 28-target outdoor courses with groomed trails, not to mention the clubhouse itself with a 22-lane 20-yard indoor range and an outdoor practice range out to 60 yards.
We frequently host shooting events; competition and fun shoots! Come visit us, and maybe consider joining!
If the gate is open, feel free to stop in and talk to our members about the club!!
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Archery isnt just a hobby for Club VP Dan Button.
We wanted to take a moment to shine a spotlight on the members of our club, and share their story.
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Crossbow use at the HMB Club would be allowed to club members and non-members. The use of a crossbow would be restricted to outdoor practice butts, broadhead sandpit, and indoor movable practice bales only.
Non-member shooters would be charged a $5.00 fee for each time they come out to shoot. It was stated that a crossbow shooter could also bring in and shoot their own indoor target in a designated location.