22 May 2017
PLEASE NOTE This is an earlier date than in past years!
WHAT TIME DOES IT START? Festivities begin at noon . . . although the tickets say "serving until 2 p.m." we'll be there until the food is gone.
TELL US ABOUT WHAT WE ARE HAVING TO EAT. Planked and filleted (that's right, we have already taken care of the bones) shad dinners are a prized culinary treat. The technique - believed to have originated with native tribes - is where shad is nailed to large boards and baked in front of a pit of hot coals, and it is a long held New England tradition.
But there will be plenty of other great things including chowder, venison chili, a variety of cold salads, chicken, hot dogs, watermelon and more. You won't be going away hungry.
Food allergies? Let us know before we serve you.
WHAT ELSE? Stay and play horseshoes, meet up with old friends; get acquainted with new folks in town; enjoy the atmosphere and the view.
Advance tickets: Adults $20; over 65 $15; under 5 - $6
Day of event: Adults $25; over 65 $20; under 5 $8 ~ a bargain at the price!
PARKING: Handicapped parking is available by the pavilion. Come early to park. Come early because parking can get hectic. Please follow instructions from the parking lot team! Trucks park down by the target range and fish pond. Overflow parking is at the town beach, as well as along the Old East Haddam-Colchester Turnpike east of the club
01 May 2017
Our stocked trout pond opens at 8:00 a.m.
Admission is free!
Enjoy getting outdoors! 2 TROUT LIMIT
All children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
After the morning's adventure, everyone's invited to one of our famous lunches.
Great chance to learn about fishing in our fully stocked trout pond.
8 a.m. to noon
FOR KIDS AGES 12 & UNDER
Event is free and open to the public but all children must be accompanied by an adult. After the event lunch is served by all at the Club's main building.
HOT-DOGS AND SODA
The Moodus Sportsmen's Club is located on 299 East Haddam Colchester Turnpike next to the East Haddam Town Beach on Moodus Reservoir.
Directions to MSC - type in your address and Moodus Sportsmen's Club once the map opens
24 March 2017
UPDATE: TOWN WIDE CLEAN UP - SATURDAY - CANCELLED -
BETTER LUCK NEXT YEAR
It might be April First but we're not kidding!
The Moodus Sportsmen’s Club, and the East Haddam Scout Troops are sponsoring the Annual Town Wide Clean Up Day to be held on Saturday, April 1, 2017.
This has been an on-going event for at least twenty years. Tons of trash has been picked up over the years keeping our town clean. We picked the beginning of the month versus the traditional end of the month for Earth Day to avoid the growth of poison ivy along the streets and stone walls.
History: Our first major project was the removal of cars, tires, and trash from Babcock Wildlife Management Area in the 1990’s. Removal of the trash and debris keeps the Town safer for the wildlife and our pets and retains the scenic quality we all desire.
At the end, we extend our invitation to all to a picnic at the Moodus Sportsmen’s Club starting at noon and ending at 2 pm.
Traditional picnic items such as hot-dogs, baked beans, coffee and iced tea and lemonade will be served along with the seasonal bounty only a sportsmen’s club could serve.
We can inventory the items collected and discuss solutions to reduce these problems. We also will have educational information about the Town’s natural resources and outdoor recreational opportunities that are available to all.
Posted by Will Brady at 10:07 AM
17 February 2017
Getting Things Ready
|Some seats opened up today! contact us if you can come. $40 price fixe for one of the finest gourmet game dinners in New England - email@example.com|
12 February 2017
Don't be a target, be ON target
info on upcoming bills from the
Nutmeg State Council of Sportsmen
These are the bills the Council supports and opposes as of 28 January 2017. We all need to pitch in to protect and expand our outdoor heritage! Please help by calling and writing your legislators (State Senators) (State Representatives) and the Environment Committee.
The Nutmeg Council will be at the Capitol working with the Sportsmen's Caucus and friendly Legislators to fight for the rights of hunters, trappers and fishing enthusiasts.
Bills NSCS supports:
S.B. 509: A bill to establish a dove hunting season.
S.B. 522: A bill to allow a bear hunting season with similar restrictions to the hunting of deer and accompanying regulations that establish annual taking limits.
S.B. 524: A bill to establish a lifetime hunting and fishing license and for fees from the license to be deposited into a non-lapsing account to fund fishing and hunting activities sin the the state.
H.B. 5495: A bill to waive hunting license fees for bow & arrow hunters who are over 65 years of age.
H.B. 5499: A bill to allow Sunday hunting with firearms on private land.
H.B. 5855: A bill to allow handguns to be carried in state parks.
H.B. 6336: A bill to allow the use of suppressed rifles for hunting.
Bills NSCS opposes:
The goal of the Nutmeg State Council of Sportsmen is to organize all Connecticut Sportsmen into a group that will effectively expand and protect our Hunting Heritage. If you want to learn more about the Nutmeg Council or have questions, please visit them at: www.facebook.com/CTSportsmen