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The Main Event will have 80 targets Saturday and 80 targets Sunday of Hunter Clays, and 30 targets of Skybuster Crazy Quail on either Saturday or Sunday for a total of 190 targets. The Main Event total will be compiled from the grand total of Saturday / Sunday of sporting clays and your Skybuster Crazy Quail score. The High Overall will win the first place prize for the First Lewis Class. There will be prizes awarded for each Lewis class. NSCA Lewis Class Rules will be used to settle any disputes. In the event of any ties, tiebreaker stations from sporting clays will be employed to determine a winner.
Hunting Clays Rules
The Hunting Clays Course will have 12 Stations and a total of 80 birds each day. Only the first shooter will be able to view the target presentation from the shooting station. The squad will score and pull for itself. You may use any gun (O/U, SxS, Semi-Auto or Pump) for the Friday Events. The Main Events on Saturday and Sunday may only be shot with Side-by-Side shotguns. You may use any gauge you like.
Skybuster Crazy Quail
The Skybuster Crazy Quail will be part of the main event with a round of 30 birds shot by each contestant on either Saturday or Sunday. The same squad you shoot Hunting Clays with will shoot the Skybuster Crazy Quail. Standard birds and Skybuster birds will be presented for each gun. A broken standard bird will count as one point. If the Skybuster bird is broken two points will be awarded for the bird. The total points will be the participant’s score. This is a fun event for both participants and spectators.
Crazy Quail will be a side game on Friday. The targets thrown are totally random. There is no pattern to the direction of the targets. We are proud to claim no person has shot a straight 25 since this game has been at the Emmet County Sportsmen’s Club. Be the first person and win a bottle of champagne.
Standard NSCA 5-Stand Rules Apply for the Practice and Side Events. The club 5-stand consists of 8 traps offering a variety of presentations from rabbits to springing teal.
Please be advised these rules are a general guideline and overview. Management reserves the right to modify these rules as deemed necessary
Northern Michigan’s premier shooting facility, the Emmet County Sportsmen’s Club is a non-profit, volunteer club that is open to the public.
Situated on 95 acres of rolling hardwood forest in the beautiful Northwest Lower Peninsula, our shooters enjoy Skeet, Trap, Wobble Trap, Five-Stand, Sporting Clays and Crazy Quail. Of that 95 acres, 70 acres is dedicated to one of the Midwest’s finest sporting clays courses. Our state-of-the-art course, which opened in July 2014, features 12 challenging stations built into spectacular terrain. Members and guests enjoy modern clubhouse amenities including comfortable seating, a sporting library, a kitchen stocked with refreshments and king-sized restrooms.