Membership Details



Dear Sportsperson,

Thank you for your interest in the Ozaukee County Fish and Game Association.  

Public Access

We have five lighted traps that are open to the public along with a  Sporting Clay course that runs primarily through the wooded portions of our property.  Our clubhouse contains two bars and a meeting/dance hall with a fireplace.  We also have a 100 yard rifle/pistol range that is made available to the public for site-in two weekends prior to the deer gun season.

Hunting Membership

We are NOT accepting new hunting members at this time as we have reached the maximum number of Hunting Members allowed.

We are also sorry to say we are not accepting applications for our waiting list at this time.  Should the situation change, we will update this website.

We  have a group of approximately 60 working Hunting members interested in pheasant hunting and various shooting activities (trap shooting, sporting clays, target range).  Our Hunting members enjoy pheasant hunting on approximately 700 acres of land consisting of fields, woods and swamp.  Pheasant hunting gets underway around the first week of October and continues through the end of February.  Both rooster and hen pheasants are legal game on our preserve. Birds are released every weekend except for holidays, deer gun season and extremely severe weather.  

 We have five lighted traps that are open to the public along with a sprawling Sporting Clays course primarily through the wooded areas of our property.  Our clubhouse contains two bars and a meeting/dance hall with a fireplace.  We also have a 100 yard rifle/pistol range.

 Club goals are to keep the working Hunting membership around 60. Our ever changing environment periodically provides a few open memberships.  These openings are for working members.  Today, a working member must put in  a minimum of 45 hours per year at the club.  Most of the club hour requirements are on Tuesday and Thursday nights during our spring, summer and fall trap leagues.  Trap league assignments can be marking scores and replenishing clay targets, tending bar or main desk functions.  Other potential club assignments are the rifle sight-in, bird release team, grounds maintenance or Sporting Clays.

 Our one time initiation fee is $200 and the current annual dues are at $300, which can change yearly depending on the financial status of the club.  You may pay your initiation fee in full along with your application and annual dues or you may pay it over a two year period by splitting the amount to $100 with your initial application and $100 on the following annual due dead line.

General Membership

Thank you for expressing interest in our general membership at Ozaukee County Fish and Game.

Unfortunately, the membership is full for 2016.  If you are interested in joining for 2017, please reapply no sooner than the last week of December.

Should you have additional questions related to our membership send them in via our Q&A option available on this website.

Regards,

Membership Director

Ozaukee County Fish and Game Association