Fairfield County Fish & Game
Skeet: yes | Trap: yes | 5 Stand: yes | Sporting: yes | FITASC: no | Other: no | Birds: no
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310 Hammertown Rd Monroe, CT 06470
This is a private club with a closed waitlist.
Hours are 8am til dusk 7 days a week, Members and their guests. Public hours are at any of our open registered shoots and our winter leagues.
Number of visits: More than 10
I’m fortunate enough to be a member at FCF&GPA and it’s a great club with wonderful facilities. The sporting clays courses can be on the more challenging side, but that makes it more gratifying when you really nail a station. I’ve seen the woods vary from 15 to 16 stations and I believe the course is normally 15.
Skeet and trap are my main uses for the club and the skeet fields are well maintained by the membership.
The rifle and pistol range is great and the five stand seems to be getting a lot of use by members and their guests.
The various winter leagues are always a blast too.
Everyone at the club is very friendly and if I set aside the days when I just haven’t been on my game, it’s always a great time.
Number of visits: Once
I had the opportunity to visit Fairfield County Fish and Game this past weekend. The course on this particular day was 16 stations, but looks like it is typically 14 stations. Target presentations were on the difficult side, but that may be due to the group I was shooting with. HOA was 81 (not me) this particular day and I was about 8 targets under my average. Targets were varied with both long and short, fast and slow. All the standard types where there with some rabbit, quartering birds, a nice teal, and an over-abundance of chandelle (just because I hate them). Since this is a private club with a closed waiting list, public shoots seem to be the only opportunity to shoot there without being a guest. The grounds are typical Connecticut countryside and the course is fully automated. Definitey worth a second visit if I can find somebody to hook up with.