The Deerfield Valley Sportsmen's Club offers events
throughout the year, most of which are open to the public.
We hope you will come and join us!
Trout Stocking for 2022
Saturday May 28, 2022 for Pick-up
Contact: Brad Lackey 802-249-4392
or Kathy Martin 802-464-5958
Deadline for orders is May 20th
Club Clean-Up Days
Dates to be Announced
Several times each year, community members volunteer their time to help clean up the Club and make general repairs. Volunteers are the backbone of the Club and without their support, we wouldn’t be able to offer so many activities and events.
We hope you will come out and help at our next Clean-up Day. Pitch in and support the community side by side with great people.
Memorial Day Weekend
Trap and 5-Stand
Saturday May 28, 2022
Each year, the Club kicks off the season with the annual Grand Opening Trap and 5-Stand held in the spring. This event is open to the public from 10:00am to 12:00pm.
Forgot your guns and ammo? No worries! The club has loaner shotguns available with a $20 cleaning fee. Ammo is available for current market prices.
Blue Clay Shoot
Dates to be Announced
Shoot 5-Stand and Trap, break the Blue Clay and win a blue prize!
Gerald Green Memorial
Trap Shoot Competition
August - Date to be Announced
Participants in the Gerald Green Memorial Trap Shoot compete in 50 targets of Trap. The winner's name is engraved on the Winner's Plaque which hangs year round in the Clubhouse. The competition is followed by a BBQ.
The event is held in honor of Gerald Green, an active Club member for over 50 years. He was an avid Trap shooter and a passionate bear hunter who is remembered for having shot 50-60 bears. One of the bears "hog dressed" at 440 lbs, believed to be a Vermont State record!
The event is Free for members.
"Mr. Bill" Cox Memorial
Shoot & BBQ
September - Date to be Announced
Shooters will compete best out of 50 for their name to be put on the plaque. Attendees will enjoy camaraderie, wonderful fall weather and refreshments. Thank you all who attend and support this event.
The event will be held annually in honor of past Club president Bill Cox (1956-2011), who was an active member of the Club for over 30 years. Bill was a Hunter Education Instructor for over 20 years and famously told each of his 573 students “you are my heritage” at each class.