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Ojibwa Archery Ranges

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Ojibwa has three 28 target field ranges, as well as a practice range with both block and 3-D targets.

Field Ranges

Ojibwa's 3-D ranges are spread over the west side of the property.   All stations are in wooded settings. The distances may vary from the smaller targets as close as 10 yards to larger game targets as far away as 50+ yards.  We have marked stations for compound, traditional, and youth shooters.
Two of the courses feature Rinehart targets, lovingly maintained and frequently replaced.   The third course is devoted to broadheads and has Glendel broadhead buck targets.
AND- you don't like getting eaten alive by mosquitoes?  No problem, we have a vigorous spraying program to control the Wisconsin State Insect.  We can't guarantee that you'll never see a mosquito, but archers shoot the course all summer long in shorts and short sleeved shirts WITHOUT having to spray down with DEET.

Practice Range
Ojibwa's practice range has both block and 3-D archery targets (though we do save the nicest 3-Ds for the field courses).  We also have a large elevated shooting deck.

All compound and traditional equipment is welcome at Ojibwa, but CROSSBOWS ARE EXPRESSLY PROHIBITED.