Clays & Crawfish

The Cordillera Ranch Gun Club is hosting a Sporting Clays Tournament and Crawfish Boil on March 25, 2017.

The tournament begins at 3:00pm with a  fun 100 bird shoot for members and guests. You are welcome to bring your own shells, or we’ll have plenty on hand. Prizes and cold beverages will be provided.

Following the sporting clays shoot, we’ll head to the Equestrian Center for a good ol’ Cajun Crawfish Boil in the courtyard.

Date: March 25, 2017

Times: 3:00pm

Fee: $99, includes the Sporting Clays Tournament, prizes, beverages and Crawfish Boil.

Registration: Outfitter Center, 830.336.4823 (GUAD)

RSVP: By March 17, 2017

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