Upcoming Events

February 25, 2018 The 66th Annual Winter Festival is coming up on Sunday, February 25, 2018.  Come on down for a day of fun! There will be lots of stuff going on down at the club.  There are also tickets on sale for 25 different prizes and only 1,000 tickets are sold.  Check out the Winter Festival page for more information.
April 2018
The club will be conducting their spring Hunter Education classes on April 18, 20, 25, 27 and May 2.  All classes will start at 6:00 PM and end at 9:00 PM.  All enrollments are done online.  Go to the Hunter Education page under EVENTS & NEWS for more information


Elections for the 2017-2018 Board of Directors will take place at the club on Tuesday, May 9th during the General Membership meeting. All nominations are due on or before April 11th. Please contact any current board member to make your nomination. The following positions are elected by club members each year: 

Vice President
4 Members-at-Large

Membership Dues Increase
The annual membership dues will increase to $80 for the 2017-2018 year. Renewal information will be mailed to you in early April. Please return the member data card and renewal fee to the club prior to May 31st when the range code will be changed.

Oconto River Kids
The club has just recently made a contribution to the Oconto River Kids.  They are a group that helps out children with life threatening illnesses attain their outdoor dreams.  Their main thing is doing bear hunts with the children.  If you are interesting in donating to them as well visit their website at www.OcontoRiverKids.org.  They also have pictures of the hunts they have done as well up on their website.  We highly recommend you check them out.

Effective January 2014, Board Meetings will be moving to the 2nd Tuesday of each month. Quarterly General Membership meetings will also be on the 2nd Tuesday of the Month in February, May, August & November. This is being done to ensure less conflict with those members who shoot Thursday Night Trap.

A very special thank you to Dan Minten (middle in picture) and Bruce Prosser (left in picture) for donating supplies and time for constructing the new shotgun patterning board.  Joe Baugnet (right in picture) coordinated the efforts.  Please only use bird shot - NO slugs.  The patterning board is located between trap houses two and three.

Who We Are...

Welcome to the DePere Sportsmen’s Club! Established in 1952 by a group of dedicated volunteer sportsmen to further promote shooting sports in the Green Bay area, the De Pere Sportsmen's Club continues to provide opportunities for people of all ages to experience the benefits and beauty of a lovely natural surrounding while continuing to educate community members, and promote a wide range of shooting sports in a safe appropriate facility. The legacy of the founders continues today through the regular efforts of volunteers. Check in with a Board member to find out how you can help continue the legacy for future generations.

DPSC offers a wide variety of leagues and annual events for you and your family, whether you are an experienced shooter, or a newbie looking for a place to learn and experience shooting sports. Do you have a son or daughter who would like to learn how to shoot? There are always experienced shooters both available and willing to help you with the basics, and steer you or your child into another Club opportunity. Emphasis is always placed on safety first to establish safe gun and bow handling habits. The DPSC really takes an active interest in getting shooters started off right, and including them in the activities of the Club. DPSC is proud of their collective role in bringing these fun sports to new generations of enthusiasts.

Whether you are interested in joining a league, shooting a few open rounds, or just grabbing a bowl of our famous chicken booyah at the festival, you'll surely find yourself at home at the De Pere Sportsmen's Club.

Website Builder