Store Hours:

Available by appointment 7 days a week, and some Nights/weekends.

 

Tim Tibbits - (608) 574-4327

Email: tibbitstim@yahoo.com

Address: 

760 Lost Grove Rd

Mineral Point, WI 53565

Owners: Tim and Amy Tibbits

Tim and Amy Elk Hunting
Our Business panoramic
Business is located in the tan shed. Use lower driveway.

Driving Directions

Note: Lost Grove Road goes North and Powell Road Goes South at the same intersection on County A!

From Dodgeville / Mineral Point -- Head South on 151, turn Left on Cty A.  In ~3 miles go Right on Lost Grove Rd.  In ~ 1.3 miles is our shop. 

From Platteville -- Go North on 151 towards Mineral Point.  Turn Right on Cty A. In ~3 miles take a Right on Lost Grove Rd.  In ~1.3 miles is our shop.

From Lancaster / Rewey -- Travel County A towards 151.  Take a Left onto Lost Grove Rd (first left after Cty J).  In ~1.3 miles is our shop.

Tibbits Archery on Facebook

2nd of July 2019 11:49 PM Link
Reconyx cameras are in. Hey ready for the season. These won't last long. If you want a camera in a class by itself this is the one.
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1st of July 2019 04:11 PM Link
Here the totals from the Tibbits archery rain guage from the past 24 hours. Wowser.
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22nd of June 2019 03:06 AM Link
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31st of May 2019 12:23 PM Link
Quick spraying tip so you dont get a wet back
12th of May 2019 12:01 AM Link
We are renting some of our food plot equipment, excavator and other equipment out.. Check out our website for prices and availability.
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11th of May 2019 04:11 PM Link
Quick tip to save you money and n a big headache when getting your sprayer ready for the season.
9th of May 2019 02:15 PM Link
The official tibbits archery and ultimate habitat creations rain gage. Here is your southern Iowa county official rain measurement over the past 48 hours. These guages might be like our bone n Crockett scoring might be a little more than most...😅💪☝️
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