Manitowoc County Fish and Game will be providing five - $1000 scholarships for the 2015-2016 school year.  To be eligible for the scholarship the student must be entering their junior or senior year of college. Three of the five scholarships will be given to students pursuing a career in conservation or environmental studies. Scholarship applications can be obtained by clicking THIS LINK or by contacting Dan Dufek at the address or phone number listed below:
Dan Dufek
5713 North Lake Road
Mishicot, WI 54228
(920) 860-4933
The deadline to return completed applications is June 30, 2015.

Alternatively you can download the form as a Word document

The Manitowoc County Fish and Game recently received a generous donation into the Land Acquisition Fund from the  Pigeon Lake Sportsmen Club as a result of the Club's decision to disband and transfer their assets to Manitowoc County Fish and Game.  The Club also transferred their property, which brings the total Fish and Game Land up to 442 acres which is open to the public. Pictured are  Brian Schulz (left) receiving the donation from Pigeon Lake Sportsmen's Club from Steve Lenzer (right). 

Manitowoc County Fish and Game recently purchased 56.50 acres of land from Denise and Bill Fisher.  Manitowoc County Fish and Game now owns over 400 acres of land in Manitowoc County that is open to the public.  Pictured (from left to right) are:  Brian Schultz from the Land Acquisition Committee of Manitowoc Fish and Game, Denise Fisher, Bill Fisher, and Clarence Plansky, President of Manitowoc County Fish and Game.

Letter to Dr Horns regarding Lake Michigan Integrated Management

Cleveland Fish and Game recently donated $5000 to the land acquisition fund to help fund our most recent land purchase.  Presenting the check is Jeff Stoeckigt (right) of the Cleveland Fish and Game presenting the check to Brian Schultz who heads up the Land Acquisition Committee for Manitowoc County Fish and Game.


Al Meyer (left) recently received a lifetime membership to Manitowoc County Fish and Game.  Leonard Cornils presented the award.


Would you like to find land open to the public for hunting, fishing, and other outdoor activities? The DNR website has this information available to you. Simply click on the two links below: