December 2018

Club Accomplishments

We much appreciate your continued membership and monetary support.  We promise to use club funds as efficiently as possible. Here’s how your Club dues and donations were used to improve the Brule River and Lake Superior environments this year. Our club entered its 55th year (officially chartered in 1968) dedicated to the improvement and preservation…

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Kicking and Screaming?

Not really, but the Brule River Sportsmen’s Club has moved even further into the digital world! Earlier this year, we launched our e-newsletter. The rising cost of printing and mailing the newsletter was the primary impetus behind the move, but it’s now easier for us to provide more content as well.  Additionally, the e-newsletter is…

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Where are They Now?

As Brule River Sportsmen’s Club board members, we sometime wonder how our past scholarship recipients are doing, especially considering the highly competitive natural resources job market. In 2014, we added a page to our website under the “Club Scholarship” tab called “Where Are They Now” to report on the lives and careers of past recipients…

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The “Good Old Days”

We’ve created digital copies of most of our past newsletters going back to 1976. We’d also like to get copies of newsletter from before 1976, so if you have any of these squirreled away that you haven’t recycled yet, please let us know. We’d love to get copies!  For all the history buffs out there,…

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South Shore Railroad Grade Update

The South Shore Railroad abandoned its operations in the late 1800’s or early 1900’s. After operation ceased, maintenance of their grades also ended. Over time, the grade crossing Nebagamon Creek has become a problem. Concern about this grade first surfaced more than 25 years ago. The Club is working with the Wisconsin DNR and Brule River Preservation to…

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