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April 6, 2003

United Foundation For Disabled Archers (UFFDA) schedule of events for 2003. Archery tournaments are for physically challenged and able body shooters.

June 14: Annual 3D Shoot in Horicon. Team & individual events at Horicon Marsh Bowmen. For more info call Steve Prieve, 608-251-5990. July 19: 1st Annual 3D Shoot in Fon Du Lac at Lake Shore Archers. For more info call Steve Prieve, 608-251-5990. Aug. 9-10: Annual 3 D Shoot in Verona. Team & individual events …

United Foundation For Disabled Archers (UFFDA) schedule of events for 2003. Archery tournaments are for physically challenged and able body shooters. Read More »

Mar. 29: Meadow Valley Chapter NWTF Banquet, 5 p.m., Recreation park, Tomah. For more info call Dennis Hansen, 608-372-4801.

Mar. 29: Wisconsin-Fox River Chapter WU Banquet, 5:30 p.m., Dinos Supper Club. For more info call Damon Mills, 608-742-5043. Mar. 29: 6th Annual Sportsmen’s Night at the Union Center Fire Department in Wonewoc. Call Alan, 608-462-5814 for more info. Mar. 29: Tri-County Chapter of Wings Over Wisconsin Annual Banquet at the Beaver Dam Country Club.

TWSA 2003 Shooting Schedule. Registration 8-3 p.m. Club grounds located 11/2 miles off of County O on Broadway, between Tomah and Warrens. For more info on any of the events contact: Alan Potter, 608-378-4883; Rod Boelsing, 608-372-3116; Steve Gebhardt,

ARCHERY April 6: 32 Target 3-D July 13: 32 Target 3-D Aug. 24: Necedah Style Broadhead Tournament SHOTGUN May 17: Round Robin June 14: 50 bird 5 stand Tournament FISHING April 26-27: 2003 Fishing of Club Pond Rib Mountain Bowmen Archery Club schedule. For more info call Steven Hirsch, 715-842-3738. Mar. 29-30: Brush & 3D

April 11-13: North-Central Wisconsin Hunter Education Instructors Association annual convention, Mead Inn, Wisconsin Rapids.

April 28: Wisconsin Fishing Club Meeting, Irish Spring House, 7 p.m. Speaker: Marty Studeman, an expert on the Mississippi River. Cost: $3. For more info call Wally Troppmann, 414-541-7387. Wisconsin Smallmouth Alliance meet the second Wednesday of the month from Sept. thru May at Grauvogl’s Riverside Restaurant, Sauk City promptly at 7 p.m. and guests

April 5: Challenge the Outdoors Inc., “Dedicated to Serving the Recreational Needs & Desires of the Physically Challenged Sportsperson” 5th Annual Sporting Clay Benefit at J&H Hunt Club. For more info call Larry Zander, 920-525-5637.

April 11-13: North-Central Wisconsin Hunter Ed. Instructors Association Annual Convention, Mead Inn, Wisconsin Rapids. April 12: 2003 Wisconsin Conservation Hall of Fame induction ceremony, Sentry Theater, Stevens Point. Aug. 2-3: Muddy Waters Retriever Club Retriever Days, starting at 8 a.m. at the 9-Mile Recreation Area in Rib Mountain, South of Wausau, WI. For more info

Mar. 28-30: Kenosha Fishing, Hunting, Boat & RV Expo, Parkway Chateau (Brat Stop). Fri: 4-9 p.m.; Sat. 8-9 p.m., Sun: 10-4 p.m. Cost $6. For more info call Marty, 262-553-9340.

April 4-6: Wild River Gun Show, Trollhaugen, Dresser. Fri. 5-9 p.m., Sat. 9-5 p.m., Sun. 9-3 p.m. April 4-6: Wisconsin Deer & Turkey Expo and Shooting Sports Show, Alliant Energy Center of Dane County in Madison. Show hours: 2-9 p.m. Fri., April 4; 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sat., April 5 and Sun. April 6;

Amendment comes to a vote on April 1

Editor Green Bay, Wis. Go to the polls on April 1, and take a friend or two along to vote in favor of the constitutional amendment that would protect the right to hunt, fish, and trap. That’s the message Marie Fountain has been trying to get out to sportsmen during this winter’s sport show circuit.

Wolves reclassified; now are threatened’

Park Falls, Wis. n The U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) announced on March 18 that the federal government will reclassify gray wolves in Wisconsin, as well as Michigan and the Dakotas in the Upper Midwest from an “endangered” to “threatened” species. Wolves already are listed as a threatened species in Minnesota. “Reclassification is

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