Sporting Clays were developed in England as a method for preparing for the hunt. Targets representing various game animals were utilized to hone the hunters’ skills. In the 1980s, sporting clays came to the United States. Considered by some to be “golf with a shotgun,” sporting clays has quickly become one of the top participation sports in the country. Action packed and exciting, it is a sure bet for an enjoyable outing.
You’ll be given instruction and will be participating in a safely controlled environment. Shooters will be provided with the opportunity to have a lot of fun, to learn some things about shooting, and be challenged. There are 5 stations, each providing their own unique targets. The routine is much like golf; shooters will be starting in small groups, which move from station to station. Our Sporting Clay course has made good use of thick brush, steep terrain and other natural features to make the shooting both difficult and realistic. Our Sporting Clays course will have everything to fit your needs, including shells, different shotguns, shooting glasses, ear protection, vests, pouches, and of course a guide and trapper.
Kids under 12 years old
The Ranch Manager, Rob Farmer, may provide instruction to children under the age of 12 provided that a parent and Cory first talk about what skills are needed beforehand. Our goal would be a simple introduction to shotgunning (along with particular safety importance) and to have a positive experience for the child. If you are interested, please contact Cory or your guide prior to setting up your activity.