NEWS & EVENTS


Monthly Meetings
2nd Tuesday of the Month 7:30 PM

2017 Indoor Archery Bartenders List



Spring Conservation Congress Meetings

2017 Spring Hearing Questionaire

All meetings are held on April 10th at 7:00 PM
Chippewa County: Chippewa Falls Middle School, Auditorium, 750 Tropicana Blvd, Chippewa Falls, WI 54729
Dunn County: Dunn County Fish and Game Club, 1600 Pine Avenue, Menomonie, WI 54751
Eau Claire County: CVTC Business Ed Center, Casper Room 103, 620 W Clairemont Avenue, Eau Claire, WI 54701


Spring Fling
- Saturday April 22, 2017 doors open at 6pm drawings at 8pm

-$20.00 /person in advance or $25.00/ person at the door. 

-Includes charcoaled chicken dinner with all the fixing, refreshments, and a chance to win cash door prizes. 
 -Only 250 tickets will be sold.You don't need to be present to win

- Large raffles tables and many more additional raffles available that night with great prizes for everyone

- Tickets available at Bloomer Hardware or contact 
Cory @715-933-0991
or Jocelyn @715-933-0052
Will be a great time for everyone to come out and support the Bloomer Rod and Gun Club


Archery
March 18 and 19 will be the Spring 3-D Archery Shoot.  

Along with that, we will have another event going on. 
We will be scoring deer antlers during the 3-D shoot. 
There will be an opportunity to have your antlers scored for Pope and Young, Boone and Crocket, or Wisconsin Buck and Bear registers. 
This will be done on a first-come-first-served schedule as long as time permits. 
For more information, contact Mitch Hilger at 715.202.0595. 



  


CDAC
Each county in Wisconsin has a County Deer Advisory Council (CDAC) to provide input and recommendations on deer management within their county. Councils work with local department staff to schedule meetings, provide community outreach and an opportunity for public input, review population data and deer impacts on forests and agriculture, develop 3-year recommendations on county population objectives and create annual antlerless harvest quotas.
Click on this link to the DNR website for more information: http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/hunt/cdac.html






4-H Shooting Sports
Contact Steve Siverling for more information!
715-568-3158

 



PISTOL
The Indianhead Pistol League Warm-up Tournament
will be held Sunday, Dec 11 at Fireline in Rice Lake starting at 12:00.
 
Regular season dates are;
Jan 8 Fireline, Rice Lake
Jan15 Bloomer
Jan 22 Fireline
 
Feb 12 Fireline
Feb 19 Bloomer
Feb 26 Fireline
 
Mar 12 Bloomer 
Mar 19 Fireline
Mar 26 Fireline
 
 Air Pistol Match will be April 8, 2017 @ Bloomer.
If you have never tried air pistol stop out. 
We are expecting a wide range of skills, from former Olympic and International shooters to people just starting out with air pistols. 
We will also be running a fun “best shot” event using SIUS electronic scoring.  5 shots for $2. shot closest to exact center wins the pot.
Registration will start at 8 a.m. (pre-registration appreciated) and matches start at 9 a.m. 
There are registration forms on the bulletin board at the clubhouse. 
You may contact Jim Ruch at jkr32@gmail.com or call 715.943.2223
or Chip Eckardt chipeckardt@gmail.com or call 715.577.9455 for details and more information. 
Match entry fee is $8 and side match is $2.

Handicap Match April 9 Bloomer




For information call...Judy Scritsmier 715-568-4100 or Clyde Allison 715-568-5028










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WELCOME TO THE BLOOMER ROD and GUN CLUB!

The Bloomer Rod and Gun Club is blossoming today on a 40-acre site off Highway A, west of Bloomer, the club’s sportsmen's membership now stands at around 650 families. The current club house is located north of Hwy 40, just off Highway A on 60th Avenue serving the Bloomer areas outdoor recreation needs.

The early history of the club traces back to the days of post-World War I when a handful of members met just outside the city limits north of town. In 1967 the members came up with a vision of a facility that offered members endless possibilities and assisted in the purchase of the current 40 acres. In 1972 a small club house was built. That building now is used as storage for the 3-D targets and other equipment. A large club house that seats over 200 for club parties was built in 1994 and in 2003 a deluxe meeting room with pine siding, a stone fireplace and lofty ceilings was built.

The club is governed by an eleven member board that meets monthly, with a three-year term for each member.


 




 

Rifle Range Rules:

SAFETY FIRST, ALONG WITH COMMON SENSE.
BE RESPONSIBLE AND RESPECTFUL.

1. BE SURE OF YOUR TARGET AND BEYOND.
2. KEEP FINGER OFF TRIGGER UNTIL READY TO FIRE.
3. ALWAYS POINT THE MUZZLE IN A SAFE DIRECTION.
4. TREAT ALL FIREARMS AS IF LOADED.

 

                  *NO ALCOHOL OR DRUGS ALLOWED.
                   
*SHOOT ONLY AT PAPER TARGETS PLACED INSIDE OF BUNKERS.
                   
*SHOOT ONLY FROM THE SHOOTING HOUSE.
                   
*NO VEHICLES DOWNRANGE
                   
*NO UNCONTROLLED RAPID FIRE
                   
*CALL "CEASEFIRE" TO CHECK TARGETS: OPEN ACTION ON ALL GUNS, AND STEP AWAY FROM FIREARM
                   
*NO LARGE CALIBER SHOOTING AT 25 YARD TARGET BUNKER
                   
*ANY VIOLATIONS WILL RESULT IN REVOCATION OF PRIVELEDGES AND DISMISSAL OF MEMBERSHIP
                   
*PROOF OF MEMBERSHIP REQUIRED IF ASKED
                   
*FULLY AUTOMATIC FIRE AND ACTUATOR TYPE DEVICES ARE PROHIBITED
                   
*TRACER, ARMOR PIERCING AND INCENDIARY AMMUNITION AND 50 CAL BMG OR LARGER ARE STRICTLY PROHIBITED

These rules have been established by the Bloomer Rod & Gun Club Board of Directors.




 

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