The purpose of the ASTF is to encourage and promote the sport of trapshooting within the State of Arkansas, while ensuring good fellowship and sportsmanship by all members.
The Arkansas State Shoot is now available on PreSquad.com. Click the link below to squad before your favorite field and flight are taken. We look forward to seeing you!
The program book is now available. Click the button below.
The ASTF Boards needs your help. We are trying to get our membership addresses updated. We need all members to go to the membership section and print off the membership update form and mail it to: Dalton Lamons
479 Jamestown Road
Desha, Arkansas 72527
We are trying our best to eliminate any duplicates while updating members contact information. Thanks for your co-operation!
Members of the ASTF Team will be chosen based on high averages from the preceding year. The State Team will be comprised of the top ten (10) Men, the top two (2) Ladies, the top five (5) Juniors, the top five (5) Sub-Juniors, the top (1) Veteran, and the top (1) Senior Veteran shooters. Age requirements for Special Category shooters are and will be the same as those listed in the ATA Rule Book. In addition, any Special Category shooter who is not the top shooter in their Special Category will still be eligible for the State Team in their Special Category if their average falls within or above the averages of the top ten (10) Men shooters.
The following are the target requirements:
Men Singles 1500 Handicap 1500 Doubles 1000
Ladies, Vet, Jr Singles 1500 Handicap 1000 Doubles 500
Sr. Vet Singles 1000 Handicap 1000 Doubles 500
Sub-Jr. Singles 1000 Handicap 500 Doubles 500
On behalf of the ASTF Board of Directors, it is my pleasure to notify you that you have earned a place on the 2021 Arkansas State Trapshooting Team. Congratulations! The board and I are very proud of you. This placement is based on a pre-defined target requirement and your 2020 year-end composite average, as provided to us by the ATA. Your shooting excellence, particularly in this crazy Covid-19 year, prevailed over many fine shooters. In addition, this prestigious distinction inherently makes you a role model to aspiring shooters. May you humbly embrace your achievement and gain great pleasure in paying your success forward.
State team members will be recognized and honored at the ASTF annual meeting during the 2021 state shoot on Sunday, June 27, 2021, at the AGFSSC, in Jacksonville. We look forward to seeing you there. In addition, as compiled by ATA Delegate Robby Pennock, the below list of state team members will be submitted to Trap & Field Magazine for publication in the upcoming January issue. The team will also be featured prominently in our 2021 state shoot program book.
MEN’S FIRST TEAM
1. Captain – Logan Henry 95.3433
2. Woody Barnes 94.0066
3. Caleb Coody 92.7766
4. Jim Cooper 92.4866
5. Dalton Lamons 92.2666
MEN’S SECOND TEAM
6. Alan Julian 92.2433
7. Randy Lamons 89.43
8. Kurt Armstrong 89.1033
9. Trent Green 88.9066
10. Bronson Castleberry 88.57
1. Kayla Workman 92.38
2. Kyleigh Hepner 91.1133
3. Julie Newsom 90.9266
4. Katie Pryor 89.44
1. James McMahan 90.56
2. Tommy Hall 89.71
SR VET – Larry Hicks 87.7666
1. Captain – Rhet Baxley 94.9133
2. Mason Burris 93.1366
3. Luke Yagos 92.6866
4. Coby Hollis 91.2633
5. Jax Goad 90.3866
6. Clayton Walters 90.28
7. Kody Rogers 89.5766
8. Cameron Cox 89.53
1. Captain – Jayden Dalton 93.6866
2. Logan Applegate 93.3066
3. Luke Clayton 92.7266
4. Brayden Tarantino 92.0833
5. Chet Orick 91.33
6. Landon Chandler 90.6833
7. Gilbert Palmer 90.3366
8. Isaac Gregory 90.3066
9. Wren Washburn 89.36
10. Braydon Smith 89.2433
Congratulations again on your tremendous shooting success and 2021 Arkansas State Team placement!
Renae Chambless, President
AR State Trapshooting Federation
Robert Pennock Jr.,
Trap & Field Article –June 2021
Arkansas has been represented well outside of the state. We are really proud of how these young shooters have shown up and showed out. Congratulations to Luke Yagos, Jayden Dalton, Aidan Master, Chet Orick, Katie Pryor, Jasa Reed, Darin Reed, and Wren Washburn for bringing home some hardware from the Southwestern Grand American. A special shout out to Luke Yagos for being the Handicap Champion and Aidan Master for being the Doubles Champion.
Congratulations to Julie Newsom, Logan Applegate, Landon Chandler, Katie Pryor, and Kayla Workman for bringing home some hardware from the Florida State Shoot. A special shout out to Landon Chandler for being the non-resident Singles Champ and to Julie Newsom for being the non-resident Lady 1 Handicap champion.
Gun clubs around the state have had great turn outs. You can tell trapshooting is in full swing in Arkansas. I want to say congratulations to Kaden Hurst for being the Handicap champ at the Bluerock Gun Club shoot on 4/25.
Special achievement awards go out to Sambo Oswalt for his 25K singles attainment and to Chandler Brown for his 50K singles attainment. Congratulations to both of you.
As most of you know; the Grand American will be back in Sparta, IL this year. I can’t wait. If you haven’t had a chance to attend; you should definitely put it on your list of must go to shoots.
By the time you read this, our 2021 state shoot will be in the books. A big thank you to all who came and participated. I am already looking forward to 2022! As always, I am scared that I have left someone out. If so, you can always contact me. I look forward to hearing everyone’s accomplishments.
The fear of man bringeth a snare: But whoso putteth his trust in the Lord shall be safe. Proverbs 29:25 KJV