Roy Case- the grandfather of Wisconsin
Roy was the first person to legally shoot a whitetail deer
in Wisconsin with a bow (native Americans not withstanding as they were doing it long before Roy.) We celebrate Roy's accomplishment and his lifelong efforts to not only establish bowhunting in
Wisconsin but to continue his efforts in working with legislators to further refine bowhunting in Wisconsin. Roy is a member of the Bowhunting Hall of Fame.
We will have a special display by Bill McCrary, who was a
personal friend of Roy's and wrote a book about Roy's lifelong endeavor in traditional archery and bowhunting. We will have a drawing for a copy of Bill's book and an informal discussion about Roy's
life. That will be at 1pm Saturday
Even though this is named a traditional shoot, compound
bows are also welcome. No crossbows, and NO broadheads.
Stop on out, as this is the last public shoot scheduled
for 2021. (we might have some Halloween or Christmas events)