This is the basic schedule we use though out the year. Because of special events like archery shoots, BBQs, Etc., we sometimes have to alter this schedule. Shooting hours are as follows:
Note about Wednesdays: This is ANY firearm shooting. Remember, BE SAFE! The archery trail winds around behind the skeet/trap fields and the rifle range. So Wednesday is their day to use it without having to worry about getting shot.
When using the ranges, if you put a target up and shoot, take it down and dispose of it. The range gets really trashy looking several times a year. There is a trashcan by the benches. If it is full, empty it in the dumpsters by the clubhouse. If something is not right or broken down, please notify us so we can fix it. Again, e-mail/call us!
There are "NO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES ON ANY RANGES". If an accident should occur on the range, and anyone was drinking, the club would be no more. We have worked very hard into making the Club a great place for members to enjoy. Be responsible. Thanks
Skeet shooting opens in May and stops the end of October. There is no exact date but it usually starts once the fields dry out and stops once it gets cold enough nobody wants to shoot any more. If you want to shoot earlier, please e-mail/call us and we will get back to you.
Any day of the week any member can fish.
This is catch and release only. Flies and artificial lures only for 16 and over. Kids under 16 may use worms or live bait. Kids may keep only one fish. All others are catch and release. If you keep the fish, we have a box by the fish feeder hanging on the skeet house by the pond, please leave a couple of bucks so we can restock. If many fish are caught using worms and you are releasing them, please cut the hook off. The survival rate will increase for the fish.
We want everyone to co-operate. If you are fishing in the pond and other members would like to shoot skeet, work out a compromise. We have never had any problems with situations like this. Be courteous to fellow members.
The club encourages members to use it. Even if you don't shoot or fish, come up and have a picnic. It is a beautiful place. We can always use help when we have activities going on. Don't be afraid to ask us!
If you drive into the club and open the gate, please lock it when you leave. If you are on the club grounds and another member drives in when you are about to leave, ask that member to please lock the gate. This is due to insurance reasons. Only members and their guests are allowed in the WSF&G club. The only time non-members are allowed on the club grounds is when the club is hosting a festivity such as a party, wedding, BBQ or things of this nature.Membership Information The dues for the members are as follows: Under 16 is $15.00 per year Over 16 is $30.00 per year Family memberships are $45.00 per year Life memberships: (10 times the cost of a yearly membership) under 16 is $150.00 over 16 (adult) is $300.00 If you would like to become a member and a supporter of the club, send name, address and phone number and mail to: Waterbury-Stowe Fish & Game Box 383 Waterbury, Vermont 05676 Questions or comments email firstname.lastname@example.org