Store Hours:

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


Tim Tibbits - (608) 574-4327



760 Lost Grove Rd

Mineral Point, WI 53565

Owners: Tim and Amy Tibbits

Business is located in the tan shed. Use lower driveway.
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.

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24th of April 2018 02:40 PM Link
Tree planting today
21st of April 2018 12:33 PM Link
Apple tree planting. Snow sure helped to keep the roots moist. Also one more thing i like to do if planting in a plot, is to keep the trees in a line for easier plot maintenance .
18th of April 2018 03:23 PM Link
Quick tip on deer beds that are to close to your stand. Put em somewhere else. Here is how. Anyone else else have em a little to close?
10th of April 2018 12:05 PM Link
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5th of April 2018 10:55 PM Link
Super excited to have a new club in the area. These guys have been working thier butts off.
Ghost Ridge Sportsman's Club
Update on this weekend, we will be cleaning up the land, making trails, and building some materials this Saturday ONLY. ...
1st of January 1970 12:00 AM
4th of April 2018 01:06 PM Link
Come see us thus wekend in booth 831 Just come down 8th a avenue and we can talk bows,food plots, land managment, trucks, girls, atv's.....etc. look forward to seeing everyone and meeting others.
2018 Wisconsin Deer & Turkey Expo
The Wisconsin Deer & Turkey Expo is the state’s premier consumer expo for hunting and outdoor lifestyle enthusiasts. ...
1st of January 1970 12:00 AM
1st of April 2018 12:06 AM Link
Congrats to this first time turkey hunter lucas miller. Shot this morning during the mentor hunt. We already got his fan mounted and it will be on his wall shortly. Thanks for bringing it over guys. Good luck to all you turkey hunters this season.
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24th of March 2018 12:17 AM Link
Tracks are on the skid steer and tractor maintance is done. Ready for some dirt work amd habitat creating. Anybody have any projects they would like to get done. Let us know.
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22nd of March 2018 08:06 PM Link
European day. Whats your favorite color
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20th of March 2018 07:59 PM Link
Part 2 of my edge hinging and cooridor work. Amazing what u can gt done with thr saw in an hour.

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