Youth Shotgun Starts April 5th, 2020 at 2 PM.


Youth shotgun is open to all youth between the ages of 10-22. If you are over 18 you must be in college full-time. This season practices will be every Sunday through June at 2 PM and Tuesdays at 5 PM, except April 12 when there will be no practice. If you can only make 1 practice a week, that's O.K. please come anyway. This is a traveling team but you do not have to compete to be on the team.


June 18-20, 2020   Cody Round-Up, Cody, WY (senior shooters only)


June 6-7, 2020- MT State shoot, Logan, MT


We  received a generous grant from the NRA. All clays are paid for and most all the ammo should be covered. Through our midway grant, entrance fees will be covered. We also have 7 club guns for kids to borrow.


Come check it out and see if it is for your family. Please bring a gun and 2  boxes of ammo per child. Membership fee for Scholastic Clay Target Program is $25 or $45 if you plan on going to the state shoot.


For questions, contact Robert Henneman (608) 332-5666
 

Neither Rain, snow, sleet or ice will keep our youth from learning the fine art of Trap and Skeet.

For the 2020 shooting year, the Bigfork  Competitors received a grant from the NRA totaling $6,100. The NRA has  provided guns, clays, and ammunition To help support this program. This grant will provide local youth between the ages of 9 and 22, as long as  they are full-time students, with the opportunity to learn to shoot and  eventually compete in trap, skeet and sporting clays at the local,  state and national levels without worry of the financial burden this  sports presents.  

  

             2015 MONTANA/WYOMING WESTERN STATE CHAMPIONS
Matthew Underhill, Christian Vestal, Henry Bjorge, Seth Probert and Luke Comstock.

In 2014 Four of the young men from the Bigfork Competitors qualified to represent Montana at the National 4-H Invitational Match in Grand  Island, NE June 2015.   CONGRATULATIONS! 

 For information on participation in the Youth Trap shoots or to become an instructor for this program you may also contact Jim Browne or Carol Comstock