Since the last scheduled day for range rules orientation has now passed, those members who did not attend and get new range badges have had their gate cards turned off. You can get on the schedule for a future range rule reorientation (and having your gate card turned back on) by contacting the Range Officer; their phone number is on the back of all membership cards and on the back of the newsletter or by coming to a meeting to see them in person, the gate is always unlocked for meetings since they are open to the public. There will be no more announced dates for the reorientation. For anyone who doesnâ€™t know, the meetings are held at 8:00p on the second and last Friday of the month except during November and December when they are only held on the second Friday.
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 trap and sporting clay facilities, 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.
*Trap shoot every Tuesday night Starting at 5:00pm Open to the public.
With the weather getting nice, John Grainger, Harold Brannon or Richard Brooks will be having a work party at the club almost every weekend. If you want to help, need time, or just dont have anything else to do; use the feedback form to contact one of the folks listed above.
The entrance to the Stoney Creek Fishing & Hunting Club is now 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), you will see a sign on the left for the gun club. This is a much nicer way of entering the club and will be our permanent entrance.
The range is being set up with individual firing positions designed to increase safety and control noise. There are new rules posted on how to use these positions, but everyone is still required to be certified and display his/her certification card when on the range. The following officers can assist you in becoming certified: Chuck Hutchinson and John Grainger