The CVCC Hunter Safety volunteer instructors completed their fourth WI DNR Hunter Safety Education class of 2014 with a Final Field Day for 24 students from the On-Line class. The students participated in a group instruction session followed by three small group sessions including live firing of .22 rifles and 20 ga. shotguns. Warden Shawna Stringham spoke to the class at noon and answered questions prior to the final testing. Instructors for this class were Corky Roethel, Tyler Deavor, Dick Wallin, Dean Daniels, Kevin Sloan, Jim Beck, and Royce Curtis.
The September drawing in the CVCC's Raffle for Serious Sportsmen was held at the monthly membership meeting on Thursday, September 25th. The lucky winner of theBrowning T-Bolt Target .17HMR bolt action Rifle with a retail value of $799.00 was Travis Cart
Tickets are on Sale for this year's Fall Fundraiser! This year's event will be Oct. 4th at the Coon Valley Village Hall. Doors open at 5pm and meal will be served at 6pm. Included is a sit down rib dinner, over $4000 in door prizes (Cash and High Quality Firearms) plus several interesting raffles with a variety of prizes for all. If you would like to get in the package deals the forms must be turned in by the 28th of this month.
Would you like to learn to hunt pheasants? Here’s your opportunity. The Coon Valley Conservation Club, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, and Badgerland Pheasant Farm are co-sponsoring a Learn to Hunt Pheasant program at Badgerland Pheasant Farm S2047 East Ridge Road, Westby, Wisconsin on October 4, 2014 beginning at 7:30 a.m. We should complete our activities by 1:00 p.m.
The August drawing in the CVCC's Raffle for Serious Sportsmen was held at the monthly membership meeting on Thursday, August 28th. The lucky winner of the Smith and Wesson 629 .44 Mag Hunter Revolver with a retail value of $1329.00 was Je
Coon Valley Conservation Club
Vintage Military Rifle Shoot
Saturday, August 23, 2014
9:00 AM till 5:00 PM
S1005 Knudson Lane, Coon Valley, WI
1. Open to any centerfire rifle that was issued to any military organization, manufactured before 1960.
2. Rifle must have issue stock and issue iron sights.
3. Ammo should be of military power, either surplus, factory or reloads.
4. No shooting jacket or slings.
Late summer is a prime vacation time but also a great time to get out and sharpen up your shooting skills for the upcoming hunting seasons. Check out the CVCC calendar! There is still 2 more weeks of the Summer Archery League plus the archery practice range is almost always open. The Open Trap Shooting continues on Wednesday evenings starting at 6 PM. Our 11th annual "Smoke in the Valley" traditional muzzleloader shoot starts at 1:00 PM on Sat. Aug. 16th and our second Retired Military Rifle shoot will be all day on Sat. Aug. 23rd.
The July drawing in the CVCC's Raffle for Serious Sportsmen was held at the monthly membership meeting on Thursday, July 31th. The lucky winner of the Browning Maxus 3 1/2" 12 Ga Autoloading Shotgun with a retail value of $1679.99 was&nbs