Stoney Creek Fishing and Hunting Club is located in Pasadena Maryland. Our members share a common interest and love for fishing, hunting, and target shooting. The club facilities include clay trap ranges, a pistol range, a long-range rifle range, and an archery range. The club offers courses open to the public in firearms safety, junior rifle, and hunter safety. In addition, there are numerous shooting events open to the public throughout the year. New members are always welcome.
Club Elections will be held during the March 31st meeting. This is a "members only" meeting -- the club gate will remain closed and non-members will be asked to leave (so you will need your gate card to enter the premises). Voting members are those who have attended a minimum of six (6) scheduled meetings during the previous twelve (12) months. Please remember to bring your current year membership card if you are qualifed (by having the requisite six meetings) and plan to vote -- showing your card to the Sergeant-at-Arms when signing in is required for qualified members to cast a ballot.
Trap shoot every Tuesday night Starting at 5:00pm. Open to the public. Gate opens at 4:30pm.
Check here for the
trap range rules or contact our Clay Target Officer for more information.
Pistol League "Members Only" will be starting April 9. Sign up for matches is from 10am to 12-noon. For questions or additional information, please check our Pistol League link or use our Contact Us link to email the league chair, Denise Hoffman.
The entrance to the Stoney Creek Fishing & Hunting Club is the same entrance road that is used for the School Maintenance Facility. Enter the road and drive straight back, past the stop signs (watch for golf carts, they unfortunately don't always stop),
and you will see a sign on the left for the gun club.
The range is set up with individual firing positions designed to increase safety and control noise. There are new rules posted on how to use these positions.
Range Certification is required and you must display your certification card when on the range. The following officers can assist you in becoming certified: contact John Grainger.
If your gate card is not working, contact the Range Officer: John Grainger. (Officer Phone Numbers are on the back of your membership card)
Please check out our FAQ page for commonly asked questions and answers.