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WINNERS OF THE MANITOWOC COUNTY FISH & GAME SCHOLARSHIPS FOR 2019
Pictured above is the officers and winners of the Manitowoc County Fish & Game Prot. Assn. 2019 Scholarship funds. From the left is Dan Dufek President, Sydney Herman, Tanner Harding, Bailey Page, Jade Arneson, Dan Becker, V-President. The Fish & Game would like to thank all those who applied for the scholarships and we hope you will please continue to apply next year. Each person received a $1,000 check to help with their education costs. Missing from the photo is Samantha Schuettee due to a prior engagement.
Fish & Game Memorial Park Bricks Now Available!
We are moving forward with the development of the Memorial Park and are now taking orders for Memorial Bricks from all participating organizations. This is a great way to recognize members we have lost who have made significant impact on our clubs and for conservation in Manitowoc County. Download the form below to complete this and return the form to the address posted.
Collins Marsh in Manitowoc County to be drained this summer, will impact fall hunting
The reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the party who shot a Bald Eagle in the Mishicot area increased another $800 this week. The Manitowoc Unit pledged $500 dollars at its March meeting and Mishicot, Larabee and the Manitowoc Gun Club pledged $100 each towards the reward. The eagle was shot in December of 2018 and the DNR is part of the investigation into the death of this federally protected bird.
Manitowoc County Fish & Game Protective Association pledged $1,000 in addition to the original $1,000 private pledge by Don Kiel in Memory of his late father in law, Andy Endries. The total reward is now at $2,800. These conservation organizations are challenging other organizations and community groups to join in and make a statement that this behavior will not be tolerated in the community
The 25 individual units of Fish & Game work together to address conservation, hunting and fishing issues in the area. Founded in 1907, Manitowoc County Fish & Game is recognized as a leader in conservation in Wisconsin and served as a model nationally. The organization works to protect the rights of sporting men and women and promotes conservation and related education. They have partnered on most of the public accesses on area inland lakes and has 450 acres of property across the county for public use. Information is available on the website
Anyone with information must call Crimestoppers at 920-683-4466 to be eligible for the reward.
We have totally redesigned our website to better meet the needs of the sporting community in Manitowoc County. You will find more information on whats going on in Manitowoc County and how you can get involved. There is education, history, links to resources and much more. We even have our own YouTube channel and will post video from meetings and events. This site has meetings and events and the locations of our clubs and properties. Let us know your thoughts on how to improve the site in the future.
For over 100 years one organization has protected the resources of Manitowoc County and represented the rights of sporting men and women. Founded in 1907 Manitowoc County Fish and Game Protective Association continues to fulfill its mission of “Conservation and Education Today for Tomorrow’s Sportsman.” The organization is recognized as one of the oldest conservation organizations in the U.S. and has been a model for groups across the country.
Twenty five individual clubs work together to make Manitowoc County the special place that it is for hunting and fishing. Manitowoc County Fish and Game has lived out their mission through:
We need your support to continue this mission and protect our rights and resources! Join one of our member clubs and bring the family. We need to get the next generation of sporting men and women to continue the 100+ years of service to the area. All Clubs welcome and encourage you to become a member. Club meeting dates and time can be found by navigating to the “Local Units” page.