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2014  All State Team

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NRA Singles Class Championship

Champion - Mike May
Score 200

Class B (2nd) - Barry Wood
Score 196

Class D (3rd) - Michael Martin
Score 189

Champion Of Champion for All Zones
Mike May

Champion of Class C
Gerald Treleven


Class AA (1st) Mike May
Score 96


Runner Up - Mike May
Score 200

Class B (3rd) - Barry Wood
Score 195



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2015 Club Events

Thursday January 1st - Hangover Shoot (50) 16 yard and (50) handicap (Trap)

Saturday March 14th – Green Bird Shoot (100) 16 yard targets (Trap)

Friday April 3rd – Good Friday Shoot (100) 16 yard targets (Trap)

Sunday April 12th – Central Wisconsin Skeet League (CWSL) Championship

Saturday April 25th – Spring Clean Up - All hands on deck

June 5th, 6th, and 7th – Dragon Lady Registered Skeet Shoot



  • Saturday June 13th - Registered 200/16 yard
  • Sunday June 14th - Registered 100/Handicap and 100 Doubles


Saturday August 15th - Club Picnic and Fun Shoot (Trap/Skeet)




  • Friday August 21st - Warm Up Wisconsin Paralyzed Veterans National Shoot
  • Saturday August 22nd - (100) 16 yard targets and (100) Doubles
  • Sunday August 23rd - (100) Handicap targets

Saturday September 26th - Fall Clean Up - All hands on deck


Saturday October 3rd – Shoot For a Cure Breast Cancer Shoot (Trap/Skeet)



Everyone is welcome at the Brown County Sportsmen's Club. We are a non-profit club open to the general public. Meet some of the members and see what Brown County Sportsmen's Club has to offer. It is our contention that every person, whether interested in hunting, the great out-of-doors, or the challenge and competition of the skeet and trap should belong to an active club such as ours.


Our fields are among the best in the state. We currently have six dual purpose lighted trap and skeet fields. You'll find husbands, wives, children, singles and retirees alike. People with a variety of backgrounds who believe in the safe handling of guns, who take pride in shooting well, who enjoy competing with themselves and others.






We at Brown County are looking for NEW MEMBERS

Would you like a free membership??


For every NEW MEMBER (not a renewal) you sign up you will receive $10.00 off your next year's

membership. Sign up 2, get $20.00 off. Sign up 3 get $30.00 off. Up to $50.00 off = a FREE





What is Skeet?

The term "Skeet" refers to an old Scandinavian word meaning "to shoot". It stands for a competitive, target shooting sport that was invented in America in 1920 to improve a shooters aim before hunting season. Today, skeet has become an international sport for hunters and non-hunters alike.


How is a round of skeet shot?

A round of skeet for one person consists of twenty-five (25) shots. The object is to break all 25 targets. A skeet field consists of eight shooting stations. The usual squad is composed of five shooters, but the number may vary. Two targets are shot from each of the eight stations, one from the high house and one from the low. Then there are four pairs of doubles shot from stations 1, 2, 6 ans 7. The 25th shot is called the "optional" and is taken at the first miss. If a shooter breaks all 24, the optional shot is low 8.



They say it all began in England about 1743, when hunters who wanted to sharpen their skills, began releasing live birds from a trap. Shooting at objects that escape from some kind of box has been called "Trapshooting" ever since. The sport came to America in 1831, when a trap club was formed in Cincinnati, Ohio, and the first shoot was held and recorded.


Trapshooting is the oldest, most popular and yet still fastest growing shotgun sport known to men or women.


How is a round of trap shot?

The object is to aim, pull the trigger and break the 4-5/16" disc which is hurled through the air at a speed approaching 60 feet per second and at any one of about 72 angles. A round of trip consists of 25 shots fired at flying clay targets thrown from a concealed machine in front of a shooter. Each shooter takes five (5) shots from each station, one at a time in rotation. As each shooter calls, in turn, for a target, the clay target is thrown out from the house at various angles. The moving target, flying away from the shooter at unknown angles makes an exciting and challenging sport.


Interested in volunteering at one of our events?

We are looking for volunteers to work the many events that occur at the Brown County Sportsmen's Club this year. If you are interested in helping for any of our events please send us an e-mail at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Last Updated on Friday, 23 January 2015 18:37