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 sites on almost 40 acres of wooded land, boasting a 28-target outdoor course with groomed trails, not to mention the clubhouse itsself with a 22-target 20-yard indoor range and an outdoor practice range with broadhead targets.
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!!
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.