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Club News & Events

Lost Item

A rustic, hand-forged iron screwdriver was lost during our recent Black Powder Poker Shoot. If you find it, please contact the range using the web contact form or call or text 802-371-7280.

Thank you!

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Help Us Set Up the 3-D Archery Course on Saturday, June 3

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Come down and help us set up the 3-D Archery Course on Saturday, June 3 at 8am. We'll be scouting good locations and placing the animal targets along the club's woods walk trail.

Bring your rangefinder and sledgehammer if you have them. We'll be working out of a truck and trailer to make the job easy. And if you work up an appetite, there will be hot dogs, extras and drinks when we're done.

For more information, contact Adam Tasker at ‭541-630-3262‬. See you there!


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Sponsorships Available for Green Mountain Conservation Camp


The Lamoille Valley Fish and Game Club has sponsorships available for youths to attend the Green Mountain Conservation Camp.

The Camp offers young Vermonters a unique opportunity for hands-on learning about outdoorsmanship, wildlife, biology, ecology, firearm safety, the Game Warden Service and so much more. 


Download your Sponsorship Application here. For more information, please contact Marcia Marble at 802-888-3418.


Spring Youth Target Sports Program Begins May 17

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Learn safety, learn marksmanship and learn about firearms in our popular Youth Target Sports Program. This fun and informative activity is open to all youths ages 11–17 and their parents and will be held on four consecutive Wednesdays from 4:00pm to 5:30pm starting on May 17. 


Fun fact: Did you know that in past programs, some participants have learned to shoot better than their Moms and Dads? Download an Information and Registration Package and join us to see for yourselves!


Rifle Raffle to Benefit Operation Game Thief

The Vermont Federation of Sportsman's Clubs is raffling a .270 Winchester Model 70 Featherweight Rifle to support Operation Game Thief.


Only 300 chances are available and they're going fast. Get your tickets here.

Operation Game Thief, a joint program with the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department, pays rewards to citizens who identify poachers or witness wildlife wrongdoings.



Warm Weather is Here and Public Skeet Shooting is Now Open


The skeet range is now open for the season!


Join us to break some clays every Sunday and Tuesday afternoon starting at 2:00pm. If you're running a little late, text Mike Mayo at 802-793-5745 and we'll do what we can to accomodate you. It's only $5 per round and ammo is available for purchase as well.


These are public skeet sessions open to all; club membership is not required. We welcome everyone to participate and try their hand at the sport. To arrange an introductory session or for more information, please call Keith Ulrich at 802-730-9340.

Trouble With the Gate?
Don't Try This

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Please note that the security gate at the range entrance is always locked in the down position and attempting to raise it manually will only break it off. The surveillance video frame pictured above shows exactly how this can happen.


So if you do experience a problem with the gate, always call 802-371-7280 for assistance. Thank you.

VT Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs Legislative Resources

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One of the primary missions of the Vermont Federation of Sportsman's Clubs is working  with the State Legislature to protect our rights to hunt, fish, trap and own firearms.


The Federation's website has a wealth of information including fact sheets for gun owners as well as a listing of new legislation being monitored.


And if you see something that makes you think you'd like to make a statement, the Federation has a convenient online tool for you to take action and make your views known in the State House.

Sign Up for Hunter Education


New hunters, this is the first step to take for 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 never too late to get started for the upcoming season.

WANTED by the Verdant Mountain Vigilantes: Cowboy Action Shooters

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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


Armed Women of America exists to enable women to be their own self-protectors creating freedom, peace of mind and confidence in themselves.


Chapters across the country offer a welcoming, non-intimidating place for women to learn more about the safe and responsible use of firearms, including firearms safety, personal protection, concealed carry, mindset and so much more.


Our local group meets monthly at the Lamoille Valley Fish and Game Club. Go to Armed Women of America to learn more and connect with the group.

2023 Annual Report 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 report and see what we've done.

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