Join the Club


Club membership is open to all shooters. We welcome everyone looking for a safe, friendly place to shoot recreational and competitive trap. Join by completing the form below. Mail the form and your check to the club's mailing address or bring it to the club and join in person.

Payment Options


Traps are operated by Briley coin/smart card trap controllers. Non-members can purchase coin tokens good for one round each for $5.00. Members can purchase tokens for $4.00 each or purchase a smart card for $4.00 and add rounds for $4.00 each. Any number of rounds can be added to a card.

Each token or swipe of a smart card will provide 27 targets to account for broken targets. Shooters need to take care not to speak out of order or otherwise activate the trap to ensure they will not run out of targets before the end of a round.


Delta Trap Club does not accept credit cards. Members can pay by check or cash. Non-members are asked to pay cash.

By-laws


Click on the button below to read the full text of DTC's by-laws

History


Delta Trap Club, located just north of the Delta City limits in Delta County, Colorado, on land donated by Charles Fairlamb, was incorporated June 18, 1968. In its fifty-plus years existence the club has hosted the Colorado State Championship Shoot fourteen times, bringing top trap shooters from all parts of Colorado and neighboring states to Delta County. The club hosts numerous ATA shoots throughout the year and a highly popular annual Labor Day shoot.


Delta Trap Club is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. Donations to the club are tax deductible and highly appreciated. Tax deductible receipts are provided to donors.

What We Offer


Delta Trap Club runs two seasonal leagues, ATA shoots and open shooting events throughout the year providing recreational and competitive shooting for all skill levels. The public is welcome at all events.


Open shooting is available Sunday mornings from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm and Wednesday afternoons from 4:00 to 8:00 pm.


Delta Trap Club has 12 trap fields with automatic throwers, with five lighted fields for night events.

 

For major shoots the club opens 66 RV spaces with electricity.

The club house provides food services during leagues and scheduled shoots.

WiFi is available in the clubhouse. During major shoots the range is extended to include camping areas.


Who We Are


Officers:

President - Dennis Kelly

Vice-President - Harvey Martinez

Secretary - Linda Hill

Treasurer - Dan Finochio

Directors: 

Todd Fairchild

Robert Reed

Ezekiel Andasola

Dave Roybal

Jim Wallace

CSTA Director: Brad Wellington

CSTA Alternate Director:  Howard Kittell