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5th Annual Scarborough
Southern Maine OGT Sporting Clays Fun Shoot!

Annual Clay Shoot Maine OGT


Scarborough Fish and Game Club will be the host site of the 5th annual fundraising shoot for OPERATION GAME THIEF. The 186 acre Club is one of the finest in the Northeast, with beautiful facilities and especially there seventeen station sporting clays course. The event will take place on Sunday September 24th beginning at 9am. Each shooter group (6) will shoot 100 rounds for a chance to win a prize. Shooters will be broken down into three classes. Lunch will be served by the Maine Wardens who are donating their time and will be prepping your lunches while you are out on the course. They are also bringing along the “Wall of Shame” trailer for your viewing.

This should be a fun event to watch. There will be items that will be auctioned or raffled at the event to help raise funds following the exhibition shooting.

This shoot is limited to the first 120 entries registered and cost is $125 per person.
Register early and receive a "gift bag" filled with $90 worth of items!
Cabela's, Kittery Trading Post and L.L. Bean are major sponsors of the event.




Sporting Clays Fun Shoot

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Once payment is complete you will receive a confirmation notice within 72 hours with more instructions and information about the shoot.

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Please note: if you are purchasing more than one ticket for this event, please let us know the names of your guests in the available comment field during checkout. - Thanks!






Anyone interested in donating a raffle item or auction item or sponsoring a “station”@ $100 or if you have any questions about the shoot Please call Dave Paul @ 207-671-6951

Eye and ear protection will be required throughout the course. Please bring your own shells, 7 ½’s, 8, 9 shot size.


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