Ultimate Sportsmen Adventures


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Skeet: yes | Trap: yes | 5 Stand: yes | Sporting: yes | FITASC: no | Other: no | Birds: yes
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Directions:
Interstate 40 to exit 126 go south on Rt 69 to second left (about a mile) turn left on Duckfarm Rd. go to T and make left on Duck Rd. to second driveway on right


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Club Type: Public
Contact: John Eby
Location: 100 Duck Rd.  Sugar Tree, TN 38380
Phone: 731-441-5876
Club Hours:
9:00 to dusk, Wednesday - Monday closed Tuesday call in advance

 

5 Reviews

  1. Relationship to facility: Visitor
    Number of visits: 6-10 Visits

    Excellent facility. Great friendly folks. Challenging but not unfair. Will set up for groups harder or easier if you request. Skeet, Trap, 5 stand and 12 station sporting clay – some in open and some in woods. Tower. Carts to ride in if you want but not a hard walk.

  2. Relationship to facility: Visitor
    Number of visits: Once

    November 13th 2010 I had the privilege to visit this sportsman’s site and LOVED IT! It was well laid out for skeet shooting and the owners were extremely nice and cordial while there. We had an excellent meal after the shoot and I can hardly wait to go again.

    The lodge was a thing of beauty along with the log cabin and the lake view off of it that you could sit under the shelter and look over the lake with a good ole wood stone fire place and thing about the ones that got away. Very enjoyable trip and I would highly recommend this to anyone that loves to shoot sheet or for that matter other game and birds as well.

  3. Relationship to facility: Visitor
    Number of visits: Once

    What a great up and coming place. So newly built, google and bing still doesn’t have an updated satellite image of the facility. So don’t be scared away if you don’t see it.
    John and his wife are the nicest people you’ll ever meet. Great hospitality. When you shoot here, you’ll feel like they built the whole place just for you.
    Though many shooting choices are offered, i only elected to shoot skeet at 5.00 per game. Since i was the only customer there that day, John the owner, was my personal caddy the whole visit.
    The one multipurpose field is so new, you can smell the newly installed untreated wood from the high and low houses. The houses and all other shooting points are set up with pat traps. The skeet field has a cordless button system. A non regulation trap field is superimposed on the skeet range. It only has 16yd shooting points lacking handicap walkways. A 5 stand range is set up on the same multipurpose field as well. Challenging tree backdrops will make you concentrate during skeet, especially trying to pick up targets in the corners while on 3,4, and 5. Except for those famous pat trap electronic delays, both houses threw perfect birds. I had the honor and privilege of being the first person to shoot a perfect skeet game on this field. So, the skeet field is officially broken in now! Anyone traveling I-40 should stop in and spend time here. You will enjoy yourself. I did. Its a perfect place for the shooting sportsman. I will return whenever in the area.

  4. Relationship to facility: Visitor
    Number of visits: 2-5 Visits

    This place is probably the best kept secret in Western and Middle Tennessee. A great sporting clays range, roughly 70 in a wooded area, it short enough to walk with no problem, yet as challenging as any I’ve seen. They have five stand but no rifle or pistol to my knowledge. There are quail and pheasant to hunt as well as big game.
    It’s open seven days a week and John Eby, one of the owners, is a great guy to do business with. They are adding amenities as time and money permits.
    I highly recommend the Ultimate Sportsmen Adventures.

  5. Relationship to facility: Visitor
    Number of visits: Once

    Stopped by after finding the club on this website. Jack seems to be a first class guy who’s very knowledgeable, having been in the business all his life. Being new to the area; they’re still getting started building a clientele and have yet to finish the proshop. I only shot the 5 stand due to my time restrictions, but it was very good. As I pass thru on business, I WILL VISIT AGAIN and shoot the clays course.


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