Open Trap Shooting
Sunday Afternoon Trap Shooting: Trap shooting is open for both club members and non-members every Sunday at 12:30pm (provided the weather cooperates (not raining) and the temperature is above 40 degrees).
Tuesday Evening Trap Shooting is open to the public every Tuesday (starting first Tuesday in April) until Fall Trap League in September. Start time is approximately 6:30pm.
Cost is $4.00 per round for club members and $5.00 per round for club guests. You are responsible to provide your own firearm and ammunition.
2021 Fall Trap League
The 2021 Fall Trap League starts the first Tuesday in September and runs for 10 weeks. The 9th week is a make-up night and the 10th week is the league banquet. The league is limited to 15 teams. Each team will consist of 5 shooters. If you want to shoot and need to find a team, please contact us or come to a Tuesday evening shoot and we will do our best to find you a team.
You will shoot 2 rounds of 25 clay targets per night. Your score is based on a handicap system which uses 80% of your average. You are responsible to provide your own ammunition. Cost per person for the trap league is $80 for club members, and $100 for non-club members. Club membership applications are available online <here>, or at the first night of trap league.
We start shooting at approximately 5:45pm, and team sign-up times are first-come, first-served. Please make sure your entire team is present before signing up to shoot.
If you would like to register a team or for more information, email your list of team members to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Kevin Haas at (812) 309-0043.
Black Powder Trap
Black powder trap matches are held on Monday evenings all year, weather permitting.
Shooters may begin match at 4pm or later and should complete their 30 clay match by approx. 8pm.
Black powder trap matches are also held on the 4th Sunday of each month all year, weather permitting.
Shooters may begin match at 8am or later and should complete their 10 clay match before 12 noon.
Please see the <Black Powder Page> for more information.