Shotgun Events & Activities
2022 NSSA Skeet Shoot Events
We throw 100% White Flyer targets through Beomat machines.
2022 “Get’er Started”
Jan 21-23, 2022, go to events page for link to flyer
2022 Corpus Christi Open
July 29-31, 2022 go to events page for link to flyer
2022 NSSA Zone VI Championship,August 12-14, 2022
2022 NCSA-TCSA Sporting Clay Events
Our 16 station course has the ability to run both regular sporting with 2 machines per station and super sporting with up to 4 machines per station. On a daily basis we set up 3 machines per station. We throw 100% White Flyer targets through Promatic machines. The course was designed to represent the wide open Texas coastal plains of open grass plains with the occasional tree “Mott”, gently sloping topography, natural drainage/ ravines and a pond. The club has a mobile tower with two machines. The course has a raised all weather cart path, three raised shooting stations (the highest elevates the eyes about 12 ft above grade) and all stations provide sturdy footing with wood floors. Our wide open course is a target setters dream.
January 8, 2022
2022 “Clays by the Bay”
March 19, 2022
2022 “Beach’n Clays”
July 3, 2022
2022 “Tropical Challenge “
August 20 2022
Nueces County 4H Trap and Skeet Club
1ST Annual Novice shoot
Saturday, March 19, 2022
Nueces County 4H Trap and Skeet Club
Annual Whiz-Bang shoot
Saturday and Sunday, May 7-8, 2022
Sporting Clays – Corporate and Fundraiser Events
Go to events page for link to flyers and more info
The Corpus Christi Gun Club sporting clay course was designed to represent the wide open Texas coastal plains of open grass plains with the occasional tree “Mott”, gently sloping topography, natural drainage/ ravines and a pond. The target presentations on the 16 station course will vary in speed from slow to the occasional rocket; they will vary from up close flushing quail, flushing prairie chickens (think big slow and do not fly far), to longer crossing doves, landing ducks, bull frogs (that short slow hop from a green target), jumping ducks, driven birds (think incoming pheasants), crows, the wily rabbit or a rabbit thrown in the air as the dreaded “rabbue”. Targets could consist of standard size, a midi target, a battue (very thin), or rabbits. For colors CCGC mixes all black, orange dome, orange top, all orange and green tops as needed. The club also has a mobile tower with two machines. The course has a raised all weather cart path, three raised shooting stations and all stations provide sturdy footing with wood floored stations. The Promatic machines used by CCGC have the most adjustability in the industry allowing for some very fun, interesting and challenging target presentations limited only by imagination and our wide open course is a target setters dream. The presentations will be a mix of both true pairs and report pairs. For corporate and fundraiser events our target setter’s goal is to have shooters walk away thinking “I could have gotten all of those targets”.
mmSC 2022 Events: The following are dates that have been set (however there could be a couple changes in the dates). Go to the “calendar & events”
- 1/29/22-London Baseball Booster- 4th. Annual Sporting Clay
- 2/26/22-St James School- 2nd Annual Sporting Clay Fundraiser
- 3/4/22 -API –Sporting Clay Fundraiser
- 4/2/22-Sinton Mason’s Lodge – Fundraiser
- 4/16/22- VT-35 Private event
- 4/20/22- Texas Grain and Feed Assoc. (private SC event)
- 4/29/22-American Cancer Society
- 5/13/22-Navy Army (private SC 60 shooters)
- 5/20/22- Bay Area Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse
- 6/25/22-TAPT (private corporate event)
- 7/9/22- Gulf Coast Federal Credit Union SC fundraiser
- 8/6/22- Nueces County Republican Party
- 9/3/22-Mission of Mercy- Annual Sporting Clay Fundraiser
- 9/10/22-ABC annual sporting clay fundraiser
- 9/17/22- AGC Sporting Clay shoot
- 9/23/22- NACE, Corpus Christi (private corporate event)
- 10/14/22-API –Sporting Clay Fundraiser
- 10/21/22- SPAW GLASS sporting clay fundraiser
- 11/12/22-Communities in Schools- AIM for Education
- 12/9/22- Chamber of Commerce-One in the Chamber
The following have reservations that have not yet set a date for 2022:
Fish for Life and Islanders Skeet and Trap
2020-21 ATA-TTA Registered Trap Shoots
We throw 100% White Flyer targets through Pat-Trap machines.
Trap Minimums Marathons
Sundays starting at 9:15 am and last as long as there are at least 3 shooters willing to shoot 50 or 100 targets of singles, doubles or handicap targets. Stop and check in at clubhouse to register and pay fees.
Sunday February 7, March 7 and May 9, 2021
Southwest Grand Warm-up Trap Shoot
March 25-27, 2022
8th Annual Ken Tuggle Memorial Tropical Trap Shoot
November 5-7, 2021
9th Annual Ken Tuggle Memorial Tropical Trap Shoot
November 4-6, 2022
NSSA Level IV, John Shima, 210-383-6554
NSSA Level III, Carter Wehrheim 210-386-3755
NSSA Level I, Craig Cook, 361-852-1212
NSSA Level I, Jeff Hyde, 361-688-9920
NSCA Level I, Craig Cook, 361-852-1212
NSCA Level I, Jeff Hyde, 361-688-9920
NSCA Level I, Scott Newton, 361-815-1903
NSCA Level I, Joe Sneed 361-207-2278
Skeet, Trap, and Five Stand cost per round
$8.00 (with out of state ID)
$25 per month, $6.50 per round
Members: $.35 per target
Non-members: $.50 per target
Sporting Clay course rules
The attached is the current set of rules that govern the use of the club’s sporting clay course.
This agreement must be completed, signed and dropped off at the CCGC clubhouse prior to using a personal cart (golf cart, sporting clay’s buggy, gator etc) in order to be issued a permit which must be displayed. There is no cost associated with the permit.
If you want to shoot your shotgun with anything other than slugs or buckshot in bays 6-9 you will need to bring your own target stands.
The rules do not allow for the use of bird shot being fired at the clubs target backer boards in any bay or range.
If you want to pattern your shotgun we have a pattern board next to shotgun field one. We now have target stands with backers for rent at the club house.