About Hermon Skeet Club
The Hermon Skeet Club was founded in 1967 by about twenty local sportsmen. The original skeet field was set up in a rented farmer's field in Hermon, Maine. The club's initial property acquisition was 115 acres at the present club site. The club's facility, located about ten miles west of Bangor, now includes more than 220 acres. Approximately two hundred members enjoy the 3 skeet fields, 2 trap fields, a 5 stand sporting clays and a "sporting clays in the woods" layout year round. Hermon Skeet Club is a member of the NSCA, the NSSA, the ATA and the NRA. Numerous registered events in skeet, sporting clays and trap are hosted each year. Hermon was the site for both the Maine State Skeet and Sporting Clays Championships in 2004.
Summer hours of operation are from 9:00 AM until approximately 12:30 PM on Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday.
Winter hours will start November 1st this year. Winter hours are 10 AM to 1 PM. Non-members are most welcome to shoot.
Reminder to all shooters:
When you open a skeet or trap field it is your responsibility to:
- Refill machines with targets.
- If the house is low on boxes of targets, restock it.
- Remove empty cardboard boxes.
- Put remotes and/or speakers away.
- Close and lock houses.
- Take cardboard boxes to the garage and tear them down.