Wild & Wonderful...

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Summer Trap League Winners

Winning Team - Hot Shots

Click photo to enlarge: Left to right: Scott Eslick, Jim Butler (captain), Jeff Welsh, Stephen Westover, Elmo Keller

High Handicap - Dave Slusher (click to enlarge photo)

High Singles - Guy Hall (not pictured)

High Overall - Bill Harding (not pictured)

We have trap/skeet ranges, pistol range, 50yd .22 rifle range, both a 100yd and 200yd rifle range, archery range, and fishing pond. Click here for directions.

New Volunteer Notice

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Volunteer Work Needed

May 4 - Tree removal, pistol range; June 4 - Roof replacement, pistol range.

June 4 - Jefferson County IWLA Children's Fishing Derby

8:00 AM - 12:00 PM - All ranges closed till noon.

Membership Renewal Notice

Membership renewals are being processed, but progress is slow due to the large number. If your check was postmarked by December 31, 2015, you will NOT have to pay the late fee. The gate code will not change until all new membership cards are issued. Bear with us.

2016 Appleseed Project events scheduled (HERE)

(Note - 50 yard range is closed during Appleseed events)

Trap Notice

ATA Registered trap shoots scheduled - May 15, August 21

2016 3-D Archery Schedule posted (HERE)

Pistol Stake Matches Scheduled (HERE)

New Pistol Ranges (interactive metal targets)

If you wish to use the new steel pistol ranges you must qualify and get a new range officer card. This card must be displayed on your person when using these ranges. You can qualify on the 3rd Saturday of each month up to and including Aug 2015 (0900-1300).


  • 9 out of 10 shots into a 6" plate at 15 yards
  • Any sights
  • Any pistol up to and including .45 cal
  • No time limit

Range use is limited to members who have qualified. NO guests will be allowed to use either of the new ranges. Ranges limited to .22 long rifle and pistol calibers up to and including .45ACP and .45 long colt cartridges.

The Jefferson County Chapter of the Izaak Walton League of America is a members-only organization located in the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia, approximately one hour from Washington D.C.  Established in 1947, the club owns 97 secluded acres which include ponds, trap shooting and skeet fields, rifle, pistol and 3-D archery ranges. The club is an NRA affiliate. The clubhouse is heated and air conditioned, has seating for over 75, and has a fully equipped kitchen.  Meals are served at registered events. Meetings are held the third Tuesday of every month. 


New member applications must be made in person at monthly meetings, which take place on the third Tuesday of every month. (Dinner is available at 6:30 for a modest cost; business meeting begins at approximately 7:30.)

Notice: Due to the lag time in processing applications at the national office, the July meeting is the last monthly meeting in which applications will be accepted for 2016. Applications will again be accepted at the January, 2017 meeting.