C & R Musky Club was established in 1996
and we are at our set limit of 75 members. Please feel free to contact us or fill out a membership form to get on our waiting list.
We have an elected board which consist of:
Joe Junion - President,One of the benefits our active members enjoy is if they catch a 50" plus fish and release it, the club will donate $200 towards a graphite reproduction. This award is only allowed once per member per lifetime.
Some of the other members who's names you may recognize are: Terry Rockteschel, Jason Long, Pete Smith, Shane Mason, Jon Regal, Rody Breke, Eric Larsen, and Rick Weyenberg.
Our meetings are held in a formal fashion allowing all present to vote on current club issues.
We hold our monthly club meetings at Perk's Super Club in beautiful downtown Medina, Wisconsin on the first Tuesday of the month at 7PM.
Anyone interested in our club is invited to attend one of our meetings but after the first meeting we ask that you join the club if you wish to attend any more.
PLEASE COME CHECK US OUT, IT WILL BE WORTH YOUR TIME IF YOU HAVE ANY INTEREST IN MUSKY FISHING WHAT SO EVER.
The yearly dues are $20 and due by January 15th. New members also receive a very nice C & R Musky Club hat.
Our yearly banquet is held in place of our February meeting.
Our club has a joint club challunge outing with Figure 8 Muskie Club on Shawano Lake and a fall outing which changes lakes every year. Our past 2 fall outings were held on the Turtle Flambeau Flowage.
Our club members fish many different tournaments including:
The National Championship by the Musky Clubs Alliance, The World Musky Hunt, PMTT, Rollie & Helen's, Simply Fishing's Muskie Classic, Paul's Pro Am, WMT, MRG Invitational, and the Titletown Best of the Best Tournaments.
Our club activities include yearly musky stocking, a $500 scholarship to a local student pursuing an environmental degree, an adopted needy family during Christmas, and volunteers for the annual Mosquito Hill Nature Center's Musky Magic Show.
Our best financial year of 2007 allowed us to stock $1,500 in a joint effort of many area clubs which totaled $11,000 in Shawano Lake.
For more information about our club feel free to contact: