LINKS

National Wild Turkey Federation
Wisconsin Website.
800-THE-NWTF
www.nwtf-wi.org
Call or go online to find an up-to-date list of specific hunts and events.

National Wild Turkey Federation's Wheelin' Sportsmen
800-THE-NWTF
www.nwtf.org/wheelin
Call or go online to find an up-to-date list of specific hunts and events.
National Wild Turkey Federation
800-THE-NWTF
www.nwtf.org
Call or go online to find an up-to-date list of specific hunts and events.

Muskies Inc.
http://muskiesinc.org
They published a story about CTO in the January/February 2012 edition of their magazine.

Wisconsin Waterfowl Association
http://www.wisducks.org/wwas-abrams-property-press-release.html
Wisconsin Waterfowl Association & CTO working together on the Abrams recreational property.

"The Disabled Life"
www.thedisabledlife.com
A place where the disabled can get together with friends and make new ones. Feel free to look around or even
register if you like.

"Adaptive Sportsmen Inc."
www.adaptivesportsmen.org
"Our Mission is providing recreational opportunities for Physically Challenged People"
Adaptive Sportsmen Inc., 8727 W. Coldspring Rd., Greenfield, WI 53228

Buckmasters American Deer Foundation
800-240-3337
www.badf.org
BADF's Special Partners is a national data bank available to anyone seeking information concerning handicapped
hunting. BADF also hosts handicapped hunting events.

Fox Valley Chapter Trout Unlimited
www.foxvalleytu.org/
Annual Fishing Day for People with Disabilities:  12:00 Noon, Maine Creek Farm, Shiocton Maine Creek Farm’s
handicapped accessible pond is a big hit for anglers with disabilities. What a great way for you to experience the
thrill and excitement of trout fishing. Don’t miss it!

Todd Albaugh's Handicapped Hunting Resource Guide
disabledhunting.net/

Physically Challenged Bowhunters of America
724-668-7439
www.pcba-inc.org
A nonprofit organization that assists physically disabled persons with active participation in bowhunting and
archery sports.

Hunt of a Lifetime
866-345-4455
www.huntofalifetime.org
A nonprofit organization that grants hunting adventures for children age 21 and under diagnosed with life-
threatening illnesses.

Ballinger Wilderness Retreat
Deer and Elk Hunts for the Physically Challenged.
www.ballinger-wilderness-retreat.com/
846 Lane 10, Powell, WY 82435
(307) 754-5475
meveball@tritel.net

Helluva Hunt
CTO Recommended A+
+
Over the years several Challenge The Outdoors members have taken part in this wonderful hunt. All came away
with glowing reports on how great their experience was. Following is a description of the hunt.

During the first week of October, Douglas, Wyoming opens it's heart and farmlands to 15 challenged hunters to
hunt Antelope.

Funds are raised and prizes are furnished for this hunt through the philanthropic help of farmers, ranchers, and
civic minded businesses in the local community. Lodging, license, meals, guides, and other miscellaneous things
are all furnished at no cost to the hunter. Hunters are only responsible for their travel expenses.
15 challenged hunters are picked from across the U.S.A. every February. To be considered for participation in the
Helluva Hunt you will need to receive and return an application by February. There has been a 100% success rate
over the years.
Contact the Stearns at: Gary
and Jane Stearns, Helluva Hunt, 1562 Estbrook Road, Douglas, Wyoming    82633  Phone:(307) 358-6580"

Lakeshore  Foundation
205-313-7400
www.lakeshore.org
Offers, deer, quail, duck, and turkey hunts to individuals with physical disabilities on a 2000 acre facility near
Livingston, Alabama.

Paralyzed Veterans of America
800-424-8200
www.pva.org/sports/shootindex.htm
Teams with national conservation organizations like Quail Unlimited, Ducks Unlimited, and even the United States
Marine Corps to offer quality outings for paralyzed hunters.

Disabled Sportmen of America
www.disabledsportsmen.net
Goal is to make hunting accesible to those who would have a hard time making it on their own.

NRA disabled shooting services
703-267-1495
www.nra.org

United Foundation For Disabled Archers
320-634-3660
www.uffdaclub.com
In September, UFFDA hosts a whitetail hunt in northern Minnesota for 30 disabled members and a hunt in central
Wisconsin for another 30 members, both provided at no cost to hunters except travel expenses.

Fishing Has No Boundaries
800-243-3462
www.fhnbinc.org
Opening up the great outdoors for all people with disabilities through the world of fishing.

Accessible Canadian Adventures (ACA)
www.acadventures.ca
Contact Phone number listed on their website.
"Disabled Hunting and Fishing in Canada"
Accessible Canadian Adventures (ACA) provides disabled sportsmen and women a safe and meticulously planned
adventure to hunt or fish anywhere in Canada.

Renegade Wheelchairs
www.Renegadewheelchairs.com
Renegade all-terrain wheelchairs are a totally new concept in manual wheelchairs designed for mobility of the
outdoor enthusiast without hand to wheel.

USSA
United Special Sportsman Alliance
www.childswish.com/
a non-profit designed to help disabled and ill children and adults.

Be Adaptive Equipment LLC
www.beadaptive.com
P.O. Box 84
Columbia City IN  46725
Phone:  260-244-7031
A manufacturer of adaptive hunting equipment.

Wisconsin Outdoor Fun
http://www.wisconsinoutdoorfun.com/
Is a state-wide portal into everything outdoors in the badger state; from hunting and fishing to hiking and
biking.  Expert bloggers and maps also on the site.


Sports 'N Spokes magazine
http://www.pvamagazines.com/sns/magazine/article/3614/adventure_awaits
This magazine wrote a story about CTO.