Martha's Vineyard Rod and Gun Club

New Environmental Police Officer Begins Work on the Vineyard

Sgt. Scott Opie, the new part-time environmental police officer on the Island, was introduced at the Rod and Gun Club on Wednesday.

Rule Change for Catch and Release Tourney

The Martha’s Vineyard Rod and Gun Club Fly Rod Striped Bass Catch and Release Tournament will change its rules.

Waiting for the First Cast, Flyfishermen Hone Their Craft

Weekly fly tying sessions provide a welcome winter refuge for becalmed fishermen.

Hunter Safety Course

The Rod and Gun Club will host a free Hunter Safety Course on April 9, 14 and 15.

Skeet Championship

Brian Welch was the champion in the Rod and Gun Club’s 2017 skeet championship.

At Catch and Release, a Fish Tale for the Ages

The Martha’s Vineyard Rod and Gun Club tournament saw a twist at the awards ceremony, when two Island brothers who are on active duty in the military made an appearance via Skype.

Black Powder Shoot

This year’s top honors for the Rod & Gun Club’s Black Powder Shoot went to Michael Ferry.

Top Shooting Prize Goes to Brian Cioffi

Brian Cioffi of Chilmark took first place in the Rod and Gun Club’s Top Gun fall championship honors. Participants in the Nov. 30 competition shot in three categories — over the shoulder, bulls eye and standing deer.

Trap Championship Results

Raymond Sylvia from Vineyard Haven won the 2014 trap championship at the Martha’s Vineyard Rod & Club’s trap facilities on August 17, edging out Brian Welch of Oak Bluffs in a shoot-out.

Skeet Champion Crowned, Trap Competition Sunday

Richard Carlson of Oak Bluffs defended his title and won the 2014 Rod and Gun Club’s Class A skeet championship with a score of 48x50.