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Club News & Events

Play Black Powder Poker & Shoot a Winning Hand on March 25

Feeling lucky? Play a few hands of Black Powder Poker on Saturday, March 25, from 10am to 2pm. Bring your muzzleloader (or 22 cal. for youths) and deal yourself into the game by targeting the backs of actual playing cards. Shoot the best poker hand and win! 


Entry fee is $10 for adults and $5 for youths 16 and under. Join us for the fun and be sure to come hungry. We’ll be serving a big lunch at noon.

First Step: Sign Up for Hunter Education

New hunters, take the first step toward a lifetime of outdoor adventure. The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department offers free Hunter Education classes to prepare you for your hunting license.


Look on the Department's website to learn more and find a class that's convenient for you. It's not too late to get started for spring turkey season in May!

Become an NRA Range Safety Officer, Class on April 1

Extend your knowledge of firearm safety with a certification as an NRA Range Safety Officer (RSO). Do it for yourself, your family, to share with others and to help safeguard shooting sports events. Bring a friend or family member to the class and learn together.


The RSO class will be held on Saturday, April 1 at the Barre Fish and Game Club. See details and sign up here.

Anyone Ready for Spring?

With winter winding down, shotgun program co-chair Mike Mayo recently tested the club's skeet throwing machinery. Watch here for the start date of our regular skeet shooting schedule.


Until then, we'll open on warmer days for some pre-season action. Text Mike at 802-793-5745 to be notified.

WANTED by the Verdant Mountain Vigilantes: Cowboy Action Shooters

Cowboy Action Shooting is one of the fastest growing family oriented shooting sports in the country. Using guns of the 1800s and dressed in period attire, the Verdant Mountain Vigilantes meet at the Lamoille Valley Fish and Game Club for old-time shoots.

Watch for more news and take a look at our schedule. Then come and join us for some Cowboy Action Shooting!

2023 Sixth Annual Primitive Biathlon

Recap, Photos and Top Scores


On the snowy weekend of January 28-29, black powder enthusiasts gathered at our club to test their muzzleloading shooting skills at our sixth annual Primitive Biathlon.


See the recap to learn more about this traditional event.

Armed Women of America, Empowering Women Nationwide

The Armed Women of America is a nationwide organization existing to empower women to be their own self-protectors creating freedom, peace of mind and confidence in themselves.


Our local chapter meets monthly at the Lamoille Valley Fish and Game Club to learn and train in a safe, non-threatening environment. Go to Armed Women of America to learn more and connect with the group.

2023 Annual Newsletter Points Up Club's Accomplishments

2022 was a great year for the Lamoille Valley Fish & Game Club. Thanks to our members working together to support the range, we were able to host a number of exciting programs and events.


Read the newsletter to see what we've done.

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