We offer the whole family:
Five Skeet Fields;
Two Trap Fields - One with Double Trap;
50-100 Bird Sporting Clays Course;
Five Stand Sporting Clays; and
25 - 300 yard Rifle/Pistol Range. Fees »

Hours of Operation

Wed: 2:00pm to 9:00pm
Sat: 11:00am to 4:00pm
Sun: 11:00am to 5:00pm
Shooting Range: 10:00am to 1/2 hr before sunset
Please note scheduled events take precedence over informal shooting. View Calendar »


860 Rogers Road
Linwood, Michigan 48634
Phone: 989.631.9944. Directions »
Any questions about club happenings or this website, please email the club.



J. Val Syring. I think the man upstairs is trying to form his own skeet league, as once again we have had to say goodbye to a long time standing member and board officer, Val Syring. Val passed away on December 28, 2016. We will all miss you! Obituary

Gun Safety William, a Boy Scout currently working on his Rifle Shooting merit badge, has shared a great resource on safety. You can access the outside link by clicking on Air Rifles - Information, Safety and Help with your Rifle Shooting Badge. Thanks for the article William and good luck with your badge!

Joseph R. Jr. "Joe" Hughes. It's with a heavy heart that we had to say goodbye to our long time board member Joe Hughes on November 22, 2015. Rest in peace, good friend. You will be dearly missed. Obituary

The Vintage Skeet Fun Shoot on July 11, 2015 and July 12, 2015 was great fun and the results are in! Mark Steih thanks the Bay County Conservation and Gun Club for supporting the Vintage Skeet shoots. He was quick to add that he's referring to the style of shooting, not the age of the shooter!


Trophy Winners –
Joe Dickson - .410 - 49
Ron Jones – 16 gauge – 45
Stan Conrad – 16 gauge – 43

Open (Modern gun)
Jerry Ferrell – 20 gauge – 43
Ron Keller – 20 gauge – 38
Don Zackett – 20 - 36

Ron Jones provided photos from the shoot at BCCGC and more can be seen in the gallery.


Troop 767

⇒ Source: Midland Daily News. During the cold days of February and March, Boy Scout Troop 767, recently re-chartered by the American Legion Post 165, completed a conservation service project that involved building 10 wood duck nesting houses made from Michigan white cedar lumber and installing them on a pond located at the Bay County Conservation and Gun Club.

The project was funded by the Midland Chapter of Ducks Unlimited and the Bay County Conservation and Gun Club as part of an effort to enable the Scouts to participate from the construction carpentry experience to the frozen pond installation that is typical in the placement of wood duck houses prior to the ducks’ spring migration back to northern wetlands.

Troop 767 has been responsible for maintaining two dozen wood duck houses in the Midland area over the past eight years. This has been an ongoing service project where the Scouts also visit previously installed duck nesting boxes each winter to inspect them and renew nesting materials. These inspections indicate whether the house was successfully used by “tree-nesting” ducks or is being used by another wildlife species, such as a screech owl or squirrel.