|Archery privileges are open to any member (in good standing) subject to the following Rules and Regulations or of any that may be made hereafter by the Archery Committee or by the Board of Directors. For the most part, the Archery Hunting rules are enforced by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Division of Fish and Wildlife Laws with the following exceptions:
The Archery Committee will be scheduling events throughout the year in the form of league nights, Tri-County 3D shoot, IBO events and other events. All events are open to club members and the public.
Tree Stands and Blinds
The use of Tree Stands on WRGC Property is governed by the Tree Stand Regulations adopted by the Board of Directors. Click here to view WRGC’s Tree Stand Regulations. Other tree stand recommendations include:
Trail Cameras and other monitoring devices
Trail Cameras and other monitoring device are NOT allowed during the off season (April 1st to August 15th). At a minimum all devices used to monitor wildlife must have the members name clearly marked on the device. Members may have as many devices as needed however they are responsible for removing them during the off season. Any device found during the off season shall be removed and turned into the Board of Directors.
Indoor Archery Range
Members may choose to use the Indoor Archery Range. The rules governing the use of the Indoor Archery Range can be found in the Wankinquoah Rod and Gun Club Standard Operating Procedures. Archers may only shoot at the targets provide and NO private targets are allowed. NO broad head or hunting arrows are to be shot at the targets in the indoor range. The archery committee has specific targets for the sighting in of broad heads and hunting arrows contact the Archery Committee.
Any member or guest being found not in compliance with these rules shall be subject to a hearing of the Board of Directors and may be terminated from the membership.