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Women and Couples Clay Shoot – POSTPONED

June 18 @ 9:00 am 1:00 pm CDT

Have a blast with Colorado River Land Trust and McKenna Quinn for a fun morning of sporting clay shooting on the grounds of a protected property in the heart of the Hill Country.

Whether you are brand new to firearms or have been shooting for years, this event is geared towards women and couples who want to build confidence and improve their marksmanship in a fun, judgement-free environment.  Wobbler traps will be set up to hone your skills in the fundamentals of clay shooting and offer a challenging competition for the more advanced shooters to increase speed and accuracy.

Share in your passion of the outdoors and shooting sports with like-minded folks and take your clay shooting game to the next level.

This is an exclusive event with only 15 spots available.

What’s included:
Light breakfast with tacos and coffee, sporting clays, instruction from a skilled instructor, ear protection, and a delicious post shoot lunch beneath the shade of the giant bald cypress on the banks of Cypress Creek.

Tickets: $150 per gun

What to bring:

  • Shotgun
  • Ammo
  • Eye protection

Introduction and course overview will begin at 9am. Please arrive by 8:45 am. Instructions to the venue will be emailed to participants the day before the event.

About Amber Haynes and McKenna Quinn: Amber Haynes wears many hats as the CEO of outdoor women’s apparel company McKenna Quinn: marketer, hunter, angler, and designer are just a few. McKenna Quinn is a Texas made ladies outdoor apparel line with a focus on wing shooting and shotgun sports.  The pieces are designed to be both functional in the field and gun club as well as to be elegant and tailored so that women feel comfortable wearing the pieces back to lunch or dinner afterwards. Whether in the field or stream, Haynes is dedicated to making sure women are comfortable and well-dressed.

About the event venue:  TM Ranch is a 215-acre wildlife and outdoor sport recreation oasis located between Austin and Marble Falls in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. The ranch offers sweeping panoramic views ranging from gently rolling fields to dramatic wooded ravines with towering bald cypress trees. In 2021, Colorado River Land Trust worked with TM Ranch to protect this pristine ranch where Texas outdoor sport traditions, like hunting and fishing can continue now and for future generations.

Contact Hope Boatright with any questions: hope.boatright@coloradoriverlandtrust.org — 512-569-0469