Field Updates


Despite some very wet weather we were able to get targets in to all the houses. Please remember to load traps and close houses after shooting. If you are not familiar with loading traps someone will guide you through the process.

Fields one and two are now fully operational. Both fields can be shot as 5 stands or shot FITASC style. While we frequently change the setups on these fields they provide virtually all the presentations of Sporting Targets.

The low house on Field six in under repair and we hope to have it operational as soon as the weather cooperates.




Raffle to Support 5 Stand

Fabarm XLR5 Composite Hunter

Generously Donated by Caesar Guerini







CONGRATS.....Rod Gibson






On 10/9/20 Economy Tree Service performed a major facelift to the area behind Field 1, 2 and 3. Two trees were removed, three trees were pruned and trimmed , and all the deadfall from the recent storms was cleared. As a result of this work the area looks fantastic! Additionally, mowing can now be resumed in the area and potentially dangerous limbs have been removed from around the work shed. Hats off to Economy Tree Service.








Congratulations to Wes Lang, our 2020 club Champion!

On Sunday, September 20th we had beautiful weather, if not a bit breezy, to host our annual club shoot and picnic. Three event titles were on the line, and Wes Lang came out on top claiming the High Overall title while also capturing gun champ in the Pieces and 5-Stand events. Well done, Wes!

Club Treasurer Clem Hathaway won the Skeet event with a perfect round!

Don't forget our workday Sunday Sept. 27!

Please don't forget to join your fellow members and help us spruce up our club. We will be hauling some limbs, loading targets and in general getting our club ready for the months to come.



On 8/23/20 The Talbot Rod and Gun Club was proud to once agin host the Critchlow Adkins Shoot. The event was approved by the County and Conformed to State Guidelines thanks to the tireless efforts of volunteers from The Critchlow Adkins Foundation and The Talbot Rod and Gun Club. The weather was outstanding for the 54 shooters who participated in the 50 target event. Participants and their guests were treated to an awesome meal prepared and served by Susie's Kitchen. The winners of the team event were Alan Whiting, Rennie Gay, Brian Hall and Brandon Berman. The LongBird event went to Brian Hall. The Critchlow Adkins foundation was the big winner of the day with $20k raised for the children. 








Wounded Warriors

The Talbot Rod and Gun Club was proud to host the Wounded Warriors on 1/17/20. Despite some chilly and windy conditions ,Purple Heart recipients took to the fields and enjoyed some elusive clay targets. The event was coordinated by Brian Wegener as a “warmup” for the upcoming weekend hunts. Also on hand were club members Joe Cap, Ralph Wellens, and Brandon Wingate. 








Additional Upcoming Dates......All events are tentative as we will adhere to State Guidelines

  • 3/10/2021.  Board Meeting      
  • 3/14/2021. St Patricks Day Shoot.    Corned Beef and 25 shell event.... $15 shoot and eat.     $10 eat only.  Rain date  3/21/21. This will be an outdoor venue      
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