Rifle and Pistol Ranges are open from 8:00 am until dusk daily. You must be a member to use ranges. Ranges are closed on special occasions. The City of Berlin compost pit will be closed on all sporting clays events, Shoot'n for a Reason, and the Iron Man. Please check the BCC calendar for these dates.
The BCC is a dedicated group of individuals promoting the protection and propagation of fish and game in a safe, sportsman-like and law-abiding manner. We encourage young and old alike to get involved with shooting and outdoor sports through our many safety programs and training in the proper care and use of hunting and fishing equipment. Our hope is to maintain for the use of the community our ranges and reserves for the purpose of developing characteristics of good fellowship, self discipline and self-reliance essential to good sportsmanship, true patriotism and citizenship.
Good Day All,
Well we are heading into another season of summer trap, while the winter league wrapped up just want to congratulate all those that came out to brave the elements this year. I hope all that participated enjoyed the season with a special thanks to Dave and Donna Polzin, Greg and Lee Ann Junak, Les Achtenberg, Gene Thom, and Jackson Davey for all your work.
With the start of a new season we also have some changes on the Board of Directors with Ron Moderow coming on board for the vacant spot. I am sure Ron will do a great job guiding your club through the years to come. Along with that I am honored to once again be the president for the board with Don Konen taking over the VP position. Dave Polzin stayed on as treasurer and Jerry Reetz volunteered to take over the secretaries’ job. Along with these people and the rest of the board I look forward to progressing the club through its next chapters.
In regards to the Summer trap league once again a big thanks goes out to Amy Thoma and Kevin Rosenau for running a great program. I hope all the participants have a great season, and hopefully Mother Nature will help out.
While we did mention trap, the club will once again be open on Tuesdays for open shooting. Gary JD Ross is warming up the 5 stand for another challenging year. Remember JD had a whole cold winter to think up those tricky targets, so get out and have fun! Also Tuesday will have the ATA big 50’s coming back starting on 4/23 at 5:00pm. Remember to get those target counts before our zone shoot as well as the State Shoot in Rome.
The Northeast Zone shoot will be coming to the club on May 28th through the 2nd of June. Hopefully you will shoot this event but more important is we will need a lot of help these three days.
The Target Terminators will be getting ready to see action the first week in May at the Brown County Sportsman’s Club. The team will have some new faces and will have about 35 members this coming year. A special thanks to all that help to run this program.
CWYTL is coming to a close and Amy Thoma along with all the coaches have done a great job as usual. If you have not seen this program you owe it to yourself to stop out on a Saturday morning and see the kids from the surrounding areas do some shooting. Remember that these young people are what we are working for to keep our membership up.
In closing I want to thank you all for whatever part you play in the club and encourage you to get involved. This is your club and to go further in excellence will need your help so feel free to pitch in and Thank You.
See you on the line!
Gary Witzke President
The Board of Director's Meeting Minutes and BCC Foundation Minutes are now being posted on the website under the About tab, or click HERE to view meeting minutes for this year.
We have listed, with explanations, many of our activities in which you may volunteer. If all +1,600 members pitch in and volunteer to help with just one thing that is listed, the board members could spend less time themselves making your club successful. Of course, volunteer hours count toward pheasants or shooting cards ... not to mention the feeling of satisfaction for a job well done! Click HERE for more information (last two pages of document).
2019 BCC Annual Banquet
28th Annual BCC Banquet
Thank You to everyone that turned out for the 28th Annual BCC Banquet. Your continued support is greatly appreciated. Thanks to all those that assisted and donated, because without you it would not be possible. We hope everyone had a good time and look forward to seeing you all next year. If you would like to be on the banquet committee or make suggestions for next year, please contact Don Metzger.
WORK TIMES ARE 6-9 PM
WEDNESDAY JUNE 5TH
MONDAY JUNE 17TH
CONTACT MARK TRAMPF AT
OR DAVE POLZIN AT
OR BOB PRIBNOW AT
YOU CAN JUST SHOW UP ON THE FARM ON DAKOTA AVE. READY TO WORK.
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Please visit the different pages of our website for more information on what our Club is all about and the activities we are involved in.
Ducks Unlimited Youth Conservation Fest
NE Zone Shoot Results
NE Zone Shoot Payout Sheet
Please click here for the Zone payout sheet.
2019 Sporting Clays Flyer
Berlin Target Terminators
If you wish to sign-up or want to know more about the Target Terminators, please call Gary Witzke at 920-204-1329. Click here for the Terminator page.
Wood Duck Houses
The club is once again selling wood duck houses. If you are interested in purchasing some, they are $10.00 each and can be purchased at the club on Sundays during open shooting from 9:00am until noon.
The Ironman winner's sheet can be accessed here. We'd like to thank everyone for shooting the Ironman-and for everyone who worked so hard to make this event a success, including volunteers and sponsors. We almost lucked out and had a dry weekend, but for the final squad on the final day (whom really got drenched!). Congrats go to all the winners, including Brian Marotz, who took home his third consecutive Top Gun award. We look forward to seeing you all next year for our 25th Ironman Shoot!
Aerial Photos of Berlin Conservation Club, 5-Stand, and Pheasant Farm
Where to Find Us
Our community is located approximately 20 miles from Oshkosh, Wisconsin, and situated on both sides of the historic Fox River. Our members are from many parts of Wisconsin as well as a number of other states - and countries!