Youth Day Follow Up

Child holding a beaver tailWe didn’t have the best weather and had a wet and rainy start to the day, but we were able to make the best of it! Over 120 children aged 7-17 were present at our Youth Outdoor Symposium!

We saw a mix of new faces and repeat attendees this year making this one of our largest youth events ever! Children were instructed in and participated in firearm safety, trap shooting, rifle target shooting, archery, atlatl, hatchet throwing, boat safety, decoy painting, and trapping.

We extend our gratitude to our sponsors (The Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Wildlife, Sport Fish Restoration Program, and Sport Fish & Wildlife Restoration Program) and volunteers who helped keep this event running smoothly and safely, without you this event would not be possible!

Stay tuned for the photo album to be posted!

Work Hour Opportunities/Updates

Club Members: Remember to get your work hours in before hunting season! We have additional opportunities available as hunting season is quickly approaching:

  • Every Monday night: Help with trap shooting.
  • Saturday, September 12th: Help with a private trap shooting event.
  • Friday, September 18th: Help clean up and set up for Youth Day
  • Saturday, September 19th: Help with Youth Day

These available work hours are in addition to the help needed with groundskeeping listed here.


Chicken BBQ: We would like to thank everyone who participated in helping run this fundraiser. We still have frozen chicken halves available for purchase. $10/package (2 halves per package)

Northwest Ohio Youth Outdoor Symposium

Wolf Creek Sportsmen’s Association will be hosting our annual Youth Outdoor Symposium on Saturday, September 19th, 2015. Be sure to add the date to your calendar!

For those who are unfamiliar with our youth events, Youth Day is a fun filled day where children ages 7-17 can learn and experience activities relating to the outdoors and shooting sports. Activities include trap shooting, .22LR rifle target shooting, archery, decoy painting, and more! All activities including lunch are free of charge. Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian and must be pre-registered for the event.

Be sure to download and return registration forms as soon as possible as space is limited!

If you have any questions, contact Patsy at 419-261-3601.


Help Wanted: Groundskeeping

If you are in need of work hours to be in good standing, don’t wait until hunting season, we need your help now!

Groundskeeping work is available, we need people to:

  • Paint the yardage numbers and markers for the trap range
  • Trim trees
  • Pull weeds in the flower beds
  • Pick up brush in the field
  • and more…

Contact Jeff at 419-466-6694.

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Chicken BBQ

Chicken_BBQOn Saturday, July 11th starting at noon we will be hosting a Chicken BBQ at the Wolf Creek Sportsmen’s Association clubhouse. Chicken dinners will be available on a first-come first-served basis until supplies are exhausted.

$10 per dinner ($9 for seniors 65+)

Dine in, carry out, and limited delivery available. Call Mike for delivery.

The trap range will be open during this event: $4/round, $7/box of shells (or bring your own)