Piqua Fish and Game


As we go into 2016, I would like to welcome all new members and shooters.  Thank you to all our old members.  A few reminders as our shooting season begins:

1.  You must have a current range badge and membership card with you to use any range.

2.  A range badge holder must be with any guest on the same range and may bring a guest one time.  After that they must become a member and range badge holder to use our ranges.

3.  Please return target stand to the shed after shooting.

4.  All shooting activities shall be conducted on the appropriate range.

5.  No shooting at wildlife or corporation property.

We will continue to improve our ranges for your enjoyment.  At the present time, Bruce Kennett is working on a grant for a range cover so it can be used in all weather.

If you have any questions or problems please get with me, senior range officer Tom Green or any Club Officer.

Thank you,
Chuck Walker
Chief Range Officer

The Shooting ranges at the Piqua Fish & Game are some of the best in the state. We have over five ranges with more than 30 shooting stations. Many of our shooting stations are covered and target stands are provided.  The following is a brief description of our Ranges:

Long Rifle
Eight Covered Stations
Target Stands Provided
Maximum Distance is 135 Yards

Hand Gun
Four Ranges of 20 to 50 Yards
Target Stands Provided

Nine Different Cowboy Ranges
Four Burmed Ranges
Several Different Themes & Props

Trap Shooting
Two Trap Houses
Voice Activated
Self Feeding
Manual Throwers Available for Practice

Three Targets for Field Points at 20, 30 & 40 Yards
One Target Available for Broad Points
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Match Fees $15

Junior $5*

*(excludes Ohio State Championship)

Significant Other + $10

Buckaroo/Buckerette - Free

Match Times:

8:30 - 9:30 am Sign Up

9:00 - 9:45 am Warm up Stages

9:45 am  Mandatory Safety Meeting

10:00 am Match Starts

Grub at Club After Shoot