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Entry: February 2024

February 2024

Hello from the Atlantic Provinces.

For a complete list of 2024 ATA registered shoots in the Atlantic Provinces, check out the shoot calendar on If you haven’t submitted your club’s 2024 dates yet, then complete your registered shoot application and get it to Janaya Nickerson, the APTA Secretary, for approval. Reach out if you need any help with the application or getting your club started with ATA registered shooting.

The Canadian Trapshooting Association (CTA) have announced the 2023 CTA All Stars which recognizes Canada’s top shooters. The minimum requirements for team members include 1000 registered targets per event shot in Canada and the shooter must have attended their provincial shoot or the Canadian Championships to be eligible. Junior minimum target requirements are reduced to 500 targets per event.

Congratulations to Brad Johnson of Alberta, who led all shooters with a 96.51 composite average. British Columbia’s Lisa Salt was the High Lady with a 91.05 average and Alberta’s Connor Bish led all Juniors with an 89.87 average. The complete CTA All Star list can be found on

The 2024 Atlantic Provinces ATA Provincial Shoot returns to the St. John’s Rod and Gun Club near St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, August 29 to September 1, 2024. Please keep in mind that shoot organizers are planning a 4-day shoot this year, plus a warm-up shoot on August 28th, so adjust your travel plans accordingly.

For more information on the Atlantic Provinces Trapshooting Association feel free to contact me or visit



Andrea Bassan

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