Craig Trap Club Polar Bear League offers wintertime competitive shooting
Craig Trap Club’s Polar Bear League for shotgun shooters has begun again.
The twice-weekly league takes place through March at its headquarters at US Highway 40 and Moffat County Road 64 with shooting sessions at 10 a.m. Sundays or 6 p.m. Thursdays.
Daytime shoots involve fluorescent orange targets, while evening activities use white targets under spotlights.
Polar Bear sessions are open with a season fee of $70 for adults and $45 for kids.
Club membership offers a rate of $60 for individuals and families.
A full league shooting includes 300 total targets — 100 from the 16-yard line for handicap classification, 100 more from either the 20- or 25-yard line and another 100 from 16.
Shooting can be done all in one day or throughout the season.
CTC can help newcomers with equipment, though shooters need to buy their own ammunition as well as have proper ear protection, safety glasses and ammo pouches.
For more information on Craig Trap Club’s Polar Bear League requirements, call 970-824-6544 or visit Facebook.com/CraigTrapClub.
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