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Michigan United Conservation Clubs

We are proud to be part of Michigan United Conservation Clubs Affiliate Club Program. With this comes the backing of MUCC’s On the Ground Program.

A note from MUCC:


Our award-winning On the Ground (OTG) wildlife habitat conservation program launched in 2013. As a partnership with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, it has engaged more than 3,000 volunteers in dozens of fish and wildlife habitat projects on public lands and waters around the state. Additionally, our On the Water program was launched in 2019 and has removed nearly 4,000 pounds of trash from Michigans lakes, streams and rivers.

Wheeling Sportsmen

The Wheelin’ Sportsmen is a program to give disabled hunters the opportunity to hunt white-tail deer on Club property. 

In 2005 we approached the club to be allowed to host the first annual “Wheelin’ Sportsmen” event at Bellevue Conservation Club.  This was initially conceived through the National Wild Turkey Federation to promote hunting opportunities for those who are disabled.  In addition, many of these individuals have no ability nor access to be able to hunt.

Every year since, in mid-October on the dates set by the DNR, we host a weekend for disabled hunters to hunt wild-tailed deer on club property. The first few years were a learning curve for how to accommodate the hunters’ needs, and what we needed to provide.  We now have permanent blinds constructed and use ATV’s to transport the hunters to the blinds.

There is a devoted group of volunteers, many since 2005, that spend their weekend transporting, tracking, and hanging the deer that are harvested.  They also help with cooking meals, cleaning up, and keeping the campfire burning. The hunters come from all around Southern Michigan.  

We have developed lasting friendships with many of them and look forward to seeing them every year.

Fudd Dusters

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Nationals Update!

Fudd Dusters spent the last two weeks in Marengo at the Cardinal Center for SCTP Nationals! Here is a recap of our Nationals winners:

Bunker Trap Intermediate Division- 2nd Place Squad: Colton Swarthout, Kaleb Krumrey & Rhys Stewart Bunk
Trap Senior Division- 2nd Place Squad: Ryan Brown, Olivia Krauss & Jackson Schroder
Skeet Doubles Open Division- 1st Place Squad: Michael Fitzner, Olivia Krauss & Jackson Schroder
Individual Awards: Bunker Trap Senior Division- 3rd Place: Jackson Schroder
Bunker Trap Finals Champion: Jackson Schroder which placed him on SCTP

International Team Sporting

Clays JV Division- 4th Place Lady: Madison Krummrey
Skeet Doubles Varsity Division- 2nd Place Lady:
Olivia Krauss
Trap Varsity Division- 4th Place Lady: Olivia Krauss
1st 25 straight in Bunker Trap: Jackson Schroder
1st 25 straight in Trap: Anna Swarthout, Kaleb Krummrey & Carson Danke
1st 50 straight in Trap: Brexton Hoffman, Colton Swarthout, Carson Danke & Kaleb Krummrey
1st 100 straight in Trap: Ryan Brown & Olivia Krauss
All-State Team for Sporting Clays: Olivia Krauss
All-State Team for Trap: Jackson Schroder
All Scholastic Team: Madison Krummrey & Jackson Schroder.

Olivet College Clay Target Shooting Team:
A Legacy of Excellence

The Olivet College Clay Target Shooting Team, based in Olivet, Michigan, is a renowned collegiate shooting team that has earned a reputation for its outstanding performance and commitment to excellence. Established over three decades ago, the team has become a symbol of dedication, skill, and sportsmanship in the world of collegiate clay target shooting. Combining a rich history with a strong sense of camaraderie, the team continues to attract talented shooters and foster a supportive community.

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