Manitowoc Unit of Fish & Game Protective Association April Meeting

Press Release   Press Release


 To:           Area Media       


From:        The Manitowoc Unit – Manitowoc County

                Fish & Game Protective Association


Subject:     Manitowoc Unit April Meeting


The Manitowoc Unit of Fish & Game noted that there is NO MEETING on Thursday, April 7t. After more than 50 years of holding their meetings on the First Thursday of each month, the members voted to move their meetings for 2022 and beyond to the Second Wednesday of each month.


Thus, the April meeting of the Manitowoc Unit will be on Wednesday, April 13th, 2022.  The meetings will continue to begin at 7pm, Lincoln Park, Cabin #1, continuing a long-standing relationship with the City of Manitowoc and that facility.  This month’s meeting will feature a presentation by Dick Krummel on a historical hunting trip.  It is a throwback to the meetings that fish and game held for many years with member trips and films.  Lunch and refreshments are also available.  The meeting is an opportunity to learn more about local activities and talk with other sporting men and women in the area.  These meetings are open to the public and membership is not required to attend.


The club reminds everyone that the following night, April 8th will be the units Fish Fry for a Cause event at 7 Lakes Golf and Dining in Cato.  Donations will be made by sponsors for every meal purchased noting the Manitowoc Unit.  There is also a special raffle for a handmade crappie rod and cash prizes.  The event is from 4 to 9pm.


Manitowoc Fish & Game works to promote and protect the rights of sporting men and women in the county through a variety of projects and education programming.  It is one of 25 clubs that work together in Manitowoc County.  The group was founded in 1907 and is recognized as one of the oldest known conservation groups in the nation.



or Contact Terry Busse – Unit Vice President at