Conservation Top Shot

Since 1938, The Indiana Wildlife Federation (IWF) has played an important role in conserving Indiana’s natural resources on behalf of hunters, anglers, gardeners, conservationists and outdoor enthusiasts. By educating Hoosiers, consistently advocating on behalf of wildlife with legislators, and actively working with state agencies, the IWF promotes the conservation, sound management, and sustainable use of Indiana’s wildlife and wildlife habitat.  Come out in support of our common cause, Indiana’s natural resources, and enjoy an afternoon of sporting clays at the Indiana Gun Club on September 1st, 2022. 

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Event Details: Teams of five will compete to claim the top spot in this year’s sporting clay top shot. Teams will rotate through 12 different stations of varying difficulty levels. Each participant will attempt 50 sporting clays for a combined 250 clays per team. The team with the highest total score will be crowned the winner! 

Participants will be provided with fire-arms, ammunition, safety glasses and hearing protection upon arrival. Safety instructions will be provided and an instructor will be available on-site throughout the event. Sporting clays will be provided and pre-loaded at the various stations ahead of time. If participants prefer to use their own equipment, they are encouraged to bring it. 

Where: Indiana Gun Club – 14926 East 113th Street, Fishers, Indiana 46040

When: Thursday, September 1st, 2022 at 12:30 PM

Registration opens at 12:30 and shooting begins at 1:30 and will last approximately 2 hours. Food and Beverages will be available afterwards, tailgate style. 

Cost: $1500 Per Team or $300 Per Individual. Individual registrations will be assigned a team upon arrival. All equipment, clays, food and non-alcoholic beverages are included. Alcoholic beverages can be purchased after the event for an additional charge. 

*Liability forms will be completed upon check-in at the event.

**Masks welcome. Attendees are required to be vaccinated against Covid-19 to ensure the safety of staff and other attendees. The Conservation Top Shot will be in compliance with the guidelines set for outdoor events by the State of Indiana.