Shotgun

At the current time, Calumet County 4-H Shotgun Practices are currently on hold for 2015.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Are you interested in participating in 4-H shooting sports practices or competitive shoots in shotgun?

4-H Shotgun Practices – Calumet County 4-H members interested in participating in 4-H Shotgun have the opportunity to participate in shotgun practices under the leadership of 4-H Shotgun Leader, Bob Hughes, as part of the Kiel Fish & Game Youth Trap program. There is NO 4-H fee for this project, but the Kiel Fish & Game will charge a participation fee and costs per round. (Please note: Kiel Fish & Game requires that all Youth Trap participants have completed Hunter Safety.)

Members planning to participate in county 4-H shooting sports practices need to turn in a signed Expectation form, before they can begin participating in practices.  Expectation forms (needing member’s and parent’s signature) are available at Shooting Sports Waiver/Expectation Forms,  from the 4-H office, or a 4-H Shooting Sports leader.

If you are interested in participating in 4-H Shotgun practices at Kiel Fish & Game, please contact 4-H Shotgun Leader, Bob Hughes, at (920) 894-7821.

4-H Shotgun Competitive Shoots – 

Attention Youth & Parents: Some of the 4-H Shotgun Shoots require a 4-H Shotgun Leader to sign on the event registration form. If you do not participate in the 4-H/Kiel Youth Trap program, but need a 4-H Shotgun Leader to sign a 4-H Competitive Shoot event registration form, please contact 4-H Shotgun Leader, Bob Hughes, (920) 894-7821,  in advance to set up a time that he can come observe a practice.

 

If you have questions regarding the 4-H Shotgun project, please contact:

  • Bob Hughes, 4-H Shotgun Leader at (920) 894-7821.