Members Only Organization
Our programs operate entirely from a membership organization. To maintain the skills we learn, our current members can enjoy the privilege of using:
Rifle & Pistol Ranges:
7-15-25-Yard Pistol Range
25-50-75-Yard Rifle/Pistol Range
100-Yard Rifle Range
100-200-300-Yard Supervised Use Rifle Range (This range is only open when we have one of our Lincoln Ikes approved supervising RSOs on site.)
Automatic Trap Range with Shotgun Patterning Board
Our current members have access to our seven traps most days throughout the year (outside of the times that we have trap meets/events and youth trap club practices).
Our archery range has several lanes where all of our members can hone their archery skills needed for hunting or sport.
Youth Catch & Release Fishing Pond
This pond is specifically for our members’ youth to catch and release fishing. Older members can fish here too as long as they are accompanying a youth 15 years of age and younger. As long as the youth has a pole in for fishing, the member can fish with them as long as they have a valid Nebraska fishing license as well.
These facilities are operated on a self-serve basis on the member’s timeframe, except when an organized event is scheduled.
We welcome non-members to participate in any number of organized shoots like CMP Rimfire Sporter matches, Lever Action Silhouette, ARA events, .22 shoots, handgun silhouettes, summer and fall trap leagues, and junior high/high school trap events.
Annual Hunter Sight-In Days hosted in the Fall
A special event takes place on the three Sundays before the start of the Nebraska Deer Rifle Season in the fall when we invite the public to our annual Hunter Sight-in Days. Qualified coaches assist hunters to zero in their rifle, which is very important to the success of their hunting season. This event is held on these scheduled dates from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
The Lincoln chapter has active members who are working hard to conserve our state’s wildlife resources with their involvement in the Nebraska Council of Sportsmen’s Clubs and the Nebraska Sportsmen’s Foundation. Our members work hard to bring our views and oversight in wildlife matters, wildlife regulations and the environment into the legislative processes.
As one of the twelve Izaak Walton League chapters across the state of Nebraska, we are proud of our conservation heritage as we make it our mission to make a difference for the wildlife and the environment.
For more information on our parent organization, The Izaak Walton League of America, go to their website at www.iwla.org.