Madison County Fish And Game

Archive for July, 2010

Big Winner at Jaqua’s Flag City Shoot

Sunday July 18, 2010 saw Madison County shooter Mike Maddux win big at this year’s Flag City Shoot. Mike broke 98 in Sunday’s program which was good for Handicap runner up and 1 yard of real-estate. Mike made a substantial wager before the shoot, so when he won the runner-up trophy, he took his five best buddies to Steve’s Steakhouse for a fabulous supper.

Congrats Mike! … and thanks for supper.

Burgers and Sweet Corn Cookout On Friday August 13, 2010

Madison County Fish and Game will be having a Burgers and Sweet Corn Cookout on Friday, August, 13th. Happy hour is from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Dinner will be served at 7:00 p.m. The cost is $5.00. This is a family event, so bring your loved ones.

Member Shoot On Saturday, September 25th, 2010

Madison County Fish and Game will be holding the Club Championship, Saturday, September 25th, 2010 at 4:00 p.m. The cookout will start around 6:00 p.m.

Note: This year we are combining the Championship Shoot with the Member Shoot for the first time. Traditionally, we have provided a cookout for both events. This year we decided to have one big cookout and event.

We are planning to maybe grill balogna and onions (that’s bologna for some of you). After the cookout we will shoot reduced priced targets into the evening. Some events planned are The Jack Raub Specials, Buddy Shoots, and Mickey’s Special Doubles. Worry not, we will come up with some HARD targets.

Once again, remember to mark your calendars now for the Club Championship shoot on Saturday, September 25th, 2010.

Finally, bring plenty of shells and a big appetite.

With Best Regards,


Madison County Fish and Game

Madison County Shooters Score Big at Jaquas Annual 4th of July Shoot

Five Madison County shooters won trophies at Jaquas two day 4th of July shoot. Saturday, Corey Clemans won Class C Doubles honors with a score of 184. Dwayne Maddux bested all Class A Doubles shooters with a score of 189. In the Handicap event, Tom Wilson won the Mid-Yardage award with a score of 95.

Sunday saw Mark Norman breaking 94 in the first handicap and 96 in the second handicap to win the 21 yard trophy and pick-up ½ yard of real estate. Kenny Berger took the Senior Vet trophy with a score of 98 in the event singles.

Congratulations to all!