Please note walks are limited at the moment and our mountain bike trails are closed following Storm Arwen.

Shooting and Fishing

Whether you are a fan of fishing or clay pigeon shooting we have you covered.

Come back soon for more information on our well-known competitions and our come-and-try sessions, perfect for beginners and experts alike!

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Clay Pigeon Shooting

The 2022 layout is designed and set up by Auldgirth Shooting, a family run business based here in D&G. First prize across the weekend will win a Shotgun, thanks to the kind sponsorship of Game & Country, top suppliers of game equipment and accessories throughout the UK and beyond.
There is also total of £1,000 worth of prize money to be won over the two days. This is thanks to the generous sponsorship of ROXTONS Field Sports who are the leading providers of the finest shooting and fishing experiences around the world. Prizes are as follows over both days:
High gun: £100
aa&a class: 1st prize £60, 2nd prize £40, 3rd prize £20
b&c class: 1st prize £60, 2nd prize £40, 3rd prize £20
unclassified: 1st prize £60, 2nd prize £40, 3rd prize £20
Ladies: 1st prize £40
Junior (under 18): 1st prize £40
The winner of each class over both days will go into a draw on the Sunday to win the gun.

Westfield Air Rifle Shooting

This year Westfield Air Rifle Club will be running the ever popular air rifle shooting range. Air rifles have changed enormously over the last few years as modern air rifles are precharged pneumatic guns with a multi shot capability.
These examples of fine engineering are extremely accurate and easy to use. The range is busy each year with people of all ages and abilities so come along and give it a go!
You can also take part in our competition to win a cash prize.


We are excited to welcome Nith District Salmon Fishery Board and the Nith Catchment Fishery Trust. Altantic Salmon Trust will also be in attendance. Find out about all their valuable work in the marquee.

Masterclass demonstrations and tuition will also be available from master casting instructor, Jonathan Morris. Experts are welcome to come and talk about areas they would like to improve and beginners, and families are welcome to come and try.

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