Fox Harb’r Sporting Clay Shooting Events

Relish the competitive aspect of sporting clays at one of Fox Harb’r Resort’s popular sport shooting events. Both challenging and fun, Fox Harb’r sporting clay competitions revolve around a thriving, modern sporting clays shooting ground consistently ranked as one of the finest NSCA-affiliated facilities across North America. Register to compete on our stand-out Nova Scotia sporting clay course, where event targets are set by top experts. Competitor friends and family are also welcome to come along and enjoy the atmosphere and excitement around the Fox Harb’r Sporting Lodge.

2018 Fox Harb’r Sport Shooting Events

Print the 2018 Fox Harb’r Sport Shooting Event Schedule


Eastern Canada’s NSCA Regional Shoot

May 11-13, 2018
3 days and 350 clays with George Digweed hosting and target setting.

Fox Harb’r Cup

June 16 -17, 2018
2 days and 200 NSCA registered clays.

Maritime Open NSCA Provincial Championship

July 27-29, 2018
Over $10,000 in prizes

Maritime Open Flyer & Registration Form
The Fox Harb’r Maritime Open sporting clay shoot is an thrilling sport shooting weekend event for competitors of all skill levels.
3 days and 300 NSCA registered clays with targets set by multiple-time international sporting clays champion, professional shotgun shooter and instructor Peter Chiefari.

  • 100 target preliminary
  • 200 target sporting main event
  • 50 target super sporting (European rotation)
  • Side events and warm-up
  • Join our 3rd Annual Kitchen Party Saturday night, July 28 (optional)
    outdoors on The Willard Patio, featuring ’70s blues-based rock inspired music from Maritimes’ recording artist Christine Campbell

Maritime Open Information
Pre-registration: click here
Peter Phillips: 902-694-3144 or email
George McAuley: 902-890-6948 or email

Canada Atlantic Cup

October 19-21, 2018
3 days and 350 NSCA registered clays.
Hosted by sport shooting legend George Digweed, MBE, 26-time World Clay Shooting Champion

NSCA Canada is a country affiliate of NSCA, the largest sporting clays association in the world and the governing body for the sport in the U.S and Canada. They maintain records of member scores in competition, register shoots for clubs like Fox Harb’r, and hold a National Championship each year, as well as presenting awards for outstanding achievements.