What does wing shooting have to do with marine conservation? CCA South Carolina aims to shoot straight with anglers during their capital campaign this summer called the Summer Sporting Clays Trail. CCA SC State Chairman Tombo Milliken said, “We recognize that our membership is comprised of sportsmen and women with interests that go beyond recreational angling.” On June 28th at 10 a.m. CCA members gathered at Backwoods Quail Club outside Georgetown to shoot guns and to promote a message of marine conservation. The registration fee was $100 for a single gun and $450 for a team of four shooters. This secured each entrant 100 clay targets to shoot at and all the Beaufort Stew and beverages they could target. Casual attire accompanied the warm summer weather. Wacammaw CCA chairman Chris Hawley headed up the event and he welcomed everyone to come test their shooting skills while making a tax deductible gift to the South Carolina Chapter of the Coastal Conservation Association.
Photos by CCA SC: Chris Hawley breaks two targets with one shot at Backwoods Quail Club, SC Exec. Director Scott Whitaker and the CCA gang on the Summer Sporting Clays Trail