Fairfield County Fish & Game

Never on Sunday Open - NSSA Skeet

Targets is the name of the game, and the Fairfield club had the most consistent targets I've seen in some time.  Targets on all four fields were right on the money and identically set.  The background was great and the referees were professional.  Bottled water was available on each field.

However, the weather was another story. It was the luck of the draw on what rotation was caught in a downpour.  By the end of the shoot all had a turn!  For many it was too warm for rain gear and went without.  I was told the fields face to the east but I could not verify that as I never saw the sun.

Registration was fast and squads went out on time.  A free steak dinner was held on Saturday and on both days a free lunch was offered.

The club is constructing a new club house that is impressive in size and should meet the future needs of the club for many years to come.

With over a four hour drive to look forward to, we departed after shooting the .410 on the first rotation.

Monroe, Connecticut   June 24-25, 2006

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