Want to go clay pigeon shooting near Bishop’s Stortford? Look no further than these clay shoot sessions at this small and friendly venue near Spellbrook. Easily accessible from the M11 motorway and not far from the Essex border this is a great place to get a day out in the country off to a top start as you splatter some nice clays to smithereens.
The guys that run this Spellbrook clay shooting ground want just one thing – for you to have fun. There’s bound to be a clay experience for you and it all takes place in a rather idyllic Hertfordshire location.
A great value taster voucher gives you 20 clays to shoot at. This is the one we recommend for absolute beginners as it gives you enough time to get the idea of the sport and have some fun whilst not getting too tired. It’s also ideal for younger shooters as the minimum age here at Bishop’s Stortford is 12 years of age with an adult accompanying as either a spectator or participant.
If you’re looking for extended time out on the stand the 30 clay option gives you more chances to clock up those direct hits. Anyone wanting to really get to grips with tracking clays in the sky and trialling up to eight different types of shoot go for the 40 clay experience and really get stuck in at Spellbrook.
A dedicated stand will be set up with an instructor stationed there. You’ll take it in turns to aim and shoot at the flying clays. The longer the session the more types of clays you can try. The clays themselves are the same but they can come at you from different ways and on different trajectories to represent different animals such as grouse rabbit and so on – and it certainly keeps you on your toes!
For groups of up to eight people a typical 20-clay shoot will take you around an hour to complete. The pace is nice and steady and all the gear you need is included along with the coaching to get you shooting with confidence. In fact it has been said that when you go clay pigeon shooting in Bishops Stortford you’ll be expertly guided with clear instructions from encouraging and patient instructors. Now that’s sort of review we love to read!