Most recent announcements:

Skeet Practice schedule change

Skeet practice has been moved from Thursday evenings to Saturday mornings at 10am (same time as trap practice). Of course, members are still free to shoot skeet whenever they like after having the skeet orientation. Saturday morning skeet will continue to be open to the public, just as Thursday evening skeet was.

Skeet/trap field closures

The skeet field will be closed May 12th through May 14th while new machines are installed. It will reopen Sunday May 15th.

Both the skeet and trap fields will be closed June 4th and 5th due to an archery event.

Weekly skeet night

It's starting to warm up and the daylight is lasting longer, so I wanted to remind everyone that skeet night is every Thursday night 6pm-9pm on the skeet field (weather permitting). You'll need your own shells (#7.5 shot or smaller), or 12ga shells can be purchased from the club for $7.50 per box. If you don't have your own shotgun, there's usually someone willing to share a gun with a first-timer, and the club also has 12ga shotguns and 20ga youth shotguns available. A limited supply of free 20ga shells is also available for youth shooters. The cost is $3.50 per round of skeet (25 targets). Also, if you're a member who would like to be able to shoot skeet at your convenience, come on a Thursday night, and I will give you a short orientation on the operation of the skeet field. For more information, contact Kenny Riddile at


Skeet field voice-release system

The club has purchased a personal voice-release system for members to use on the skeet field. This system allows you to shoot skeet by yourself without needing someone else there to push buttons and throw targets for you. Members wishing to use this system must contact Kenny Riddile at to arrange an orientation.

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