Open Shooting – Friday, Saturday and Sunday 9am to 5pm!
Open Shooting will close on October 31, 2021 for the winter season!!!!
2020 Wisconsin State Shoot – Press Release Click Here!!!
July 18, 2019 Press Release – Visit Rome: Click Here!!!
BUILDING OUR FUTURE – CLICK HERE!!!
Visit Rome, WI – Blog Post: https://www.visitromewi.com/new-blog/2018/8/30/wisconsin-trapshooting-association
Listen to our Radio Ad: http://www.witrapshooters.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/WTA-Radio-Spot.mp3
“The purpose of the Wisconsin Trapshooting Association is to promote the sport of trapshooting. We strive to accomplish this through information, education, sportsmanship, competition, and service to the community. We are committed to insuring a future for our sport.”
The Wisconsin Trapshooting Association is always busy. If you would like to get involved, contact your WTA representative for what you can do for the WTA. We are always posting information about our latest projects and what you can do to help us. Go to our News page to see what we have been up to lately.
Hall of Fame Banquet – State Shoot 2021
Please follow any of the links below to learn more about the WTA, what we do, who we are and how you can join us.
- Wisconsin State Shoot
- Youth Program
- Homegrounds Shooting Complex and Learning Center
- State Team
- Hall of Fame
- Bylaws (2007)
The WTA Shooting Complex is open from April 9, 2021 – October 31, 2021
Friday, Saturday & Sunday from 9am – 5pm or by appointment.
Please contact Amy Jenkins at (888) 704-6588 or firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your shooting event.
Congratulations to RJ Gropp!!!!
ATA Champion of Champions:
During the 2020 Wisconsin State Shoot, RJ broke a 195 x 200 in the state singles championship event. He captured the Wisconsin Sub-Junior Champion trophy. He earned the opportunity to represent Wisconsin in the Champion of Champions event at the Grand American World Trapshooting Tournament that was held in Linn Creek, Missouri. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the event was moved from Sparta, Illinois to Missouri. Competing against sub-junior champions from many other states, RJ broke all 100 targets, and another 100 targets in carry over in a subsequent singles event to win the World Sub-Junior Championship title Champion of Champions. In doing so, he became the first Wisconsin sub-junior to earn the title since the category sub-junior first started in 1984, a span of 37 years. Later in the World Clay Target Singles Championship event, RJ broke all 200 targets to earn sub-junior runner-up after shoot off.
These are all commendable accomplishments earned by a 14-year-old from Berlin, Wisconsin.
Great job RJ!