Grafton County Fish and Game Association

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The Grafton County Fish and Game Association, a non-profit, membership organization, has served the local community as a venue for the shooting sports since 1925. Our facilities include a clubhouse, a 50' indoor small bore range, a 50 yard pistol range, a 100 yard rifle range, archery range, skeet field, 2 trap fields, and a 5-stand course.

In addition to providing a safe, convenient location for members to shoot, we also host a variety of events that are open to the general public. Current information on event and league offerings are detailed on this website.

Meetings are held monthly on the first Tuesday of each month at 7:00pm in the clubhouse. The May meeting is the annual meeting when officers and directors are elected.

NEXT MEETING - Tuesday Dec 1st 2015 - 7PM

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Congrats to Wyatt Connor (Stacia LaPan's) son who shot this 159lb 4 point buck on Wednesday.  Nice Job


Good Story

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10 year old Geoffrey Morrie went with his Aunt Janice deer hunting this last  weekend on youth weekend. In the picture you can see a black bear in the distance.

The decision was made to make a phone call to reaffirm that he could not shoot the bear because of lack of proper licenses.  They watched the bear for sometime and let him walk.

Geoffrey learned some good lessons about proper licenses and sometimes it is best to just enjoy looking at wildlife. High fives for proper hunter orange, safe firearm carry, adult within reasonable distance, good sportsmanship and a wicked hunter smile.


Indoor Pistol

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Wednesday Night at the Range

The indoor pistol season starts this Wednesday evening November 4th. The gates will be open at 5:30pm. We’re usually there ‘til 8 pm.

The charge is $5 per session. Targets are provided. The basement should be warm but dress appropriately. Warm tap water is available to wash your hands after the shooting session. Eye and hearing protection are required. Please note that only .22 ammunition is allowed. I suggest CCI Blue Label Standard Velocity. Don’t worry if you don’t have a suitable firearm.  William Tierney (Pistol Director) and I usually bring extra revolvers and pistols for people to try.

Non-members are more than welcome. If you find that you enjoy this activity we would encourage you to join the Grafton County Fish & Game Association. Our fiscal year runs May 1st to April 30th, but we now offer a half year membership fee starting November 1st.  All new members signing up after  November 1st pay $57.50 (half of $75 plus a $20 admin fee). If you sign up in May the new member fee for everyone is $95 ($75 plus $20 admin fee). If you are under 65 and are a renewing member the annual fee is $75.  If you are 65 or older and are a renewing member, the yearly fee is $37.50.

Over the past few years this club sponsored activity has evolved from a competitive shooting team into a handgun familiarization course and practice session. We stress marksmanship but we also cover such topics as handgun selection, ammunition, holsters, concealed carry, care & cleaning, shoot no-shoot decisions, etc. The topic for our first session will be the safe handling of weapons and rules of the range. The shooting benches will be moved up close to the targets, so don’t worry if you’re out of practice or if you’ve haven’t shot much before.

New this year: members (unless you have already done so) and guests must execute (probably a poor choice of words!) a Release, Waiver, Indemnification and Covenant Not to Sue form (available at the range).

I hope to see you at Wednesday Night at the Range.


Pistol Range

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Handgun range is open

Thank you for everyone that helped out in this process. You can see some pics on our facebook page. Please come out and see the new range.

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