RICK CREEK, Wis. (WLAX/WEUX) – Rock Creek Disabled Outdoors is hosting its 25th annual hunt for hunters with disabilities. About 55 hunters, with varying abilities, are harvesting deer from nearly 65 hundred acres of donated land in Clark County.
Each hunter is helped by volunteers who act as a guide. And set up pop-up blinds for handicapped hunters. Marvin Wulff, president of Rock Creek Disabled Outdoors says it’s about more than just harvesting deer. “They’re helping us too. They don’t realize it. I’ve got 14 grandchildren. I take them while hunting. This makes me just as happy, if not happier, to help someone harvest. Try to put the normality back in someone’s life as much as you can.”
Wulff says besides lodging, there is no cost for hunters to participate in the hunt and they’ve never turned anyone away.