Game Farm / Sporting Clays in White Hall




First Mine Run was founded to provide field shooting in a private and quiet setting. As a Regulated Shooting Area (RSA) we hunt from October 1 through March 31. The hunting areas are made up of over 700 acres of natural, working farm lands and include fields of corn, soybeans, wheat, rye and barley as well as warm season grasses, sorghum, natural thickets and woodlands. All hunts are guided and members may bring their own dogs or FMR can provide a dog. Mongolian Pheasant, French Red Leg Partridge (Chukar) and Mallard ducks are stocked on the farm and quail are available upon request.




Our European style shooting is designed to provide the thrill of a driven pheasant shoot. Twelve shooting pegs are arranged around a large hill. Pheasant and duck are released from the top of the hill and fly high and fast over the guns. The guns are rotated around the hill until everyone has shot at each peg.


We offer a variety of clay pigeon shooting venues at FMR. Our newest addition is the Sporting Clays course which provides fun and practice for any level of shooter. The course, designed by Rhys Arthur, mimics actual hunting conditions and provides shots that will be found in the hunting field. The course consists of twelve shooting stations and twenty-four traps laid out over six tenths of a mile of natural, rolling terrain. alt

Our Five Stand course offers fun and challenging clays for all shooters. It is a quick way to warm up after a summer of not shooting or to practice on a specific shot that may be bothering you.

Clays shooting offers one the chance to spend time with family, friends or business associates in a relaxed setting while enjoying challenging shooting. We can also cater to one’s specific needs such as flurry shooting if a warm up is needed before heading to Scotland for driven grouse or pheasant.