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The Hutt Valley Clay Target Club is sited on 63 acres in Whitemans Valley, Upper Hutt, and is the largest and most active clay target club in the greater Wellington region.
We offer all forms of social and competitive clay target shooting. Shooting, three times each month, in the most common shotgun disciplines is available to members.

The Club provides a variety of coaching, practice, fun events, and competition disciplines in: Down the Line (DTL), Trench, Skeet, Sporting Clays and, Sporting Compak.

  • 18 Mar Beretta Hunting and Fishing Duck Shooters 100 Target

    Duck shooters at the club This is the opportunity for Duck Shooters to get your eye in before the season starts. The Club encourages Duck Shooters to come along and try their luck at 100 simulated duck targets.


    This is one of the few times that the Club welcomes shooters that may not be members of the NZ Clay Target Association to shoot on our grounds.


    Shooting kicks off at 0830 with shooting over 2 fields of at least 5 stands. Each stand will have at least two traps with shooters starting off shooting singles before finishing up with a couple of pairs. You will shoot half the course then, after a refuel of food and ammo, shoot the other half. Ruth runs our kitchen and will have food available for you to purchase.

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  • 1-6 Feb North Island & NZ ISSF Trench, Skeet, and Double Trap

    Inside the Trench Fields

    The North Island and New Zealand ISSF Trench, Skeet, and Double Trap Championships are being held at the Club 1-6 of February 2018.

    So bring your ISSF Trap, Skeet and Double Trap skills out to the club and show us your skills.  

    Online entries are available at 2018 NZ/NI ISSF Skeet, Trench, and Double Trap Registration.




What's news...

  • Team Shoots Woodville 23 Oct

    HH Morris SheildThe HH Morris and Margaret Cook team shields are to be competed for at Woodville on Monday the 23rd October (Labour Day). Followed by the defense of the Dale Shield on Sunday 29th October on our home grounds. Any club members keen to be part of the event and shoot for a club team can contact Robert Prince.







  • No Adhoc Practice Day 8 Oct

    CalendarUnfortunately the adhoc day on the website calendar for the 8th October is not going to be possible. Please take note that the gate will be locked, and no shooting will be happening that day. Feel free to fill in some pot holes though.







  • Wairarapa District Champs 26 Mar

    High Gun - D. Smith45 competitors arrived for the Wairarapa District Champs, hosted by the Hutt Valley Clay Target Club in good conditions, overcast most of the day but no wind.  That's right, no wind.  We had visiting shooters from Barrytown in the South to Waikato in the North, including two Mike Davis's, one from Eketahuna and the other from Hawkes Bay.

    First up was the Skeet. With only two possibles shot, Dave Smith and Grant Wareham shot off for the HOA with Grant Wareham prevailing with the shoot off only going to station 1.  Josh Nilsson won 1st A grade with the only 24 and Darryn Plows took out 2nd A grade from Ryan Nelson after a shoot off on 23's.  Dave Smith won the B grade with his possible followed by Gary Girvan taking 2nd B grade and Wayne Pym taking 3rd B grade after a shoot off on 23's.  Mitchell Davis won the C grade, David Donald took out 2nd C grade and Mike Davis (Eke) was 3rd C grade after a shoot off on 21's.  The two man teams were tied, shared by Ryan Nelson & Steven Beall and Robert Prince & Peter Borrie on 45's.