Bob Craft of Dripping Springs, TX passed away Oct. 9 at the age of 84 following a long battle with cancer.
Mr Craft joined the ATA in 1978 and in 2001, was inducted into the Texas Hall of Fame. He was one of the leading voices to change the method of identifying the top shooters for the Texas State Team, going from using a simplistic average of all targets shot, regardless of state location, to one that encourages shooters to travel to the state's five zones and bases the teams on shooting in Texas.
During his career, the ATA life member accumulated 131,675 singles, 50,400 handicap and 51,100 doubles targets.
President Richard Leos has requested that a meeting of the officers and directors of the Texas Trapshooters Association be convened at 12:00 PM on Saturday, February 4, 2023 at the Waco Skeet & Trap Club in Waco, TX. Below is a link to the meeting agenda. If you cannot join in person, the agenda contains a Zoom Meeting link.
In conjunction with this meeting, Waco Skeet & Trap is holding a Doubles Marathon.
We will open registration at 08:30 and start shooting at 10:00.
At 12:00 hours we will have a hard stop so that we can participate on the BOD meeting. Shooting will resume once meeting has concluded.
View the Meeting Agenda
View the Board Mtg Documents
View the Event Program
Click to enlargeThe 2023/2024 Management Deer Hunt Auction will take place at the 2023 Texas State Trap Shoot on Saturday, July 8th during the social after the conclusion of the Singles Championship event.
The Hunt will include:
Donated By: Steve Dusek - Auction proceeds to benefit Texas Trap Shooters Association
Texas AIM shooter Stormi Waters was featured in the December 2023 issue of Trap & Field magazine. Below is the article reproduced with express permission by Trap & Field Magazine. Copyright © Amateur Trapshooting Association.
Stormi Waters of Wheeler, TX, won the sub-junior ladies' title during the Singles Championship at this year's AIM Grand Nationals. "It felt good to win. I was surprised," she told TRAP & FIELD. "This was my first time going to the AIM Grand, and now it's my new favorite place to shoot, I liked it a lot." Stormi broke her first 100 straight in the first round of the event ending with a personal best score of 197. "It was very exciting," she said. Her AIM squad, the Texas Sub Jr's A Team, won the AA sub-junior award as well. Stormi also took home the individual sub-junior AA runnerup prize for her 197.
The 13 year old joined the ATA and AIM in 2021. She and her identical twin sister Codi got their start in the sport through 4-H shooting when they were nine years old. Her coaches and parents taught her a lot about shooting sports.