Capital Area Sportsmen's League
7535 Old River Trail, Lansing, MI 48917
Organized on March 7, 1935 and incorporated on April 11, 1940, the Ingham County Conservation League was formed to actively support all forms of intelligent conservation for the Ingham County vicinity and Michigan. Because of it’s location, on January 12, 1985 the club’s name was changed to the Capital Area Sportsmen’s League (CASL). Within the CASL there are a number of active clubs for specialized areas of interest. These clubs include: Archery, Pistol, Rifle and Shotgun.
The club can only be the best when the members get involved and participate.
Shooting Range Rules now online, please follow all CASL club safety rules.
Appleseed event August 1, 2 & 3
We will be using the 100 yard range for a the Appleseed event and will be hosting the Young Marines. We will also be camping in the area around the Archery building for Friday and Saturday evening. The Indoor archery range will be unavailable Saturday evening from 6 to 9 PM as well.
CASL is hosting the annual MYHEC event and will be unavailable to members on August 22, 23 and 24.
Registrations for the MYHEC event must be postmarked by August 2, 2014. Information and applications can be downloaded from the MYHEC webpage using the link on their site.
additional information is available on the MYHEC site:
Archery Building Keys are changed in January
The Archery Building locks will be changed January 29, 2014, don't get locked out! Contact Brian Holmes (321-6066) for your Archery Key $65.00 for new keys. All old keys MUST be returned.
NOTE: Your membership (dues) must up to date before purchasing your Key.
Rifle Range Rules
The rifle range is open from 10 am to Sunset daily.
The outdoor and indoor ranges at CASL are for the private use of it's members and their guests. Commercial training of any kind must be Authorized by the CASL Board and requires the presentation of proper Documentation and Insurance Coverage Riders in advance.
Failure to adhere to these requirements will result in revocation of Club membership and/or prosecution for criminal trespass. Outdoor shotgun ranges are open to the public only when a range officer is present on Public days.
Any use of the outdoor skeet, trap, five stand or sporting clay ranges without the prior written permission of the CASL board is prohibited. Failure to adhere to these requirements will result in revocation of Club membership and/or prosecution for criminal trespass.
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