The Savannah Lakes Village Rod & Gun Club is honored to be the largest sanctioned club in Savannah Lakes. We pride ourselves for offering the activities that our members request. These activities include: Sport target shooting, Skeet shooting, Sporting clays, Fishing charters (striper/bass/crappie), Fishing seminars, Dinner social programs and MANY more. Check our Upcoming Events section for more info.
The Rod & Gun Club is committed to 1) Connecting SLV members with common interests in fishing and shooting sports, 2) Providing opportunities for organized outings, guided trips, and sporting events, and 3) Building relationships.
The Club is in the process of setting up various fishing charters as well as seminars. Fishing Charters are set up monthly, when possible. We do allow non-members if they are invited by a member on that charter. The charters will be first come first serve for members and guests.
Pistol Range hours are 9:00-1:00 (summer). Skeet shooting is every Tuesday, weather permitting, at Hickory Knob Skeet Range at 9:00am. Old and new Club members are free to join on Tuesday mornings at Hickory Knob Resort State Park to get an idea of what the shoot is like and speak with the Rangers and shooters. Members are responsible for their own equipment and ammunition. A round of skeet (25 ct) costs Club members $6.00.
The Fun Shoot runs from 9am to noon. There are about 5 spots set up with bowling pins and clay targets for people to shoot, no competition. At the berm will be clay targets and pins for those with .22 rifles.
The SLV Rod & Gun Club Board Meeting is planned for Tuesday, July 19, at 3pm at the Recreation Center Card Room. Rod & Gun Club members are invited to attend.
Striper Fishing Charter: Week of July 18th
Save the dates:
October 7th is the Annual Fish Fry
October 17th is the Annual Rod & Gun Club Dinner
On Saturday, June 11, at 9am the SLV Rod & Gun Club hosted a Defensive Shoot beginning with safety instruction and explanation of the exercise. The shoot consisted of two 5 shot strings with a reload so an extra magazine or speed loader will be needed. There were ten (10) rounds used for each string of shots. Participants were able to fire as many 10 shot strings as they want. Participants were able to preload their magazines but all firearms were unloaded and safe upon arrival at the range.
On Thursday, June 2, there was Striper charter.
On Saturday, May 28, at 9:00 am, the SLV Rod & Gun Club hosted a Shoot don’t Shoot event at the Pistol Range. This is a discipline shoot where a series of bullseyes on a targets are read out, ie red circle, green square, #5 etc. Not everyone has the same target bullseyes so some shooters can fire while other have to hold fire until their target bullseye is called. There are 5 shot strings for a total of 25 shots per exercise. This is a very popular shoot for the Club.
On Thursday, May 26, at 9am, the Rod & Gun Club held a Carry Clinic for those members who have or are thinking of getting a permit for concealed carry. The clinic will be held at the Pistol Range and there will be several different type of holsters to examine and try. For those who have their permit, instructors will be there to help you find the best way to conceal carry. For those members who plan on bringing their carry firearm and holster DO NOT bring a loaded firearm or loaded magazine. There will be exercises that the members will participate in such as reloads, drawing from concealment and re-holstering. These exercises will be done with safe and unloaded firearms so no ammunition will be used or needed.
The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is a South Carolina state agency charged with regulating hunting, fishing, boating, duck stamp orders, and the conservation efforts of the state government. DNR documents are listed below: