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Pocatello Trap Club, USA
Pocatello is in south east Idaho,
nestled at 4448 feet in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains
along the Oregon trail. The city was named after an Indian chief
of the Shoshone tribe who granted the railroad right of way
through Fort Hall Indian Reservation. The city is the county seat
of Bannock County, covers an area of 34 square miles and has a
population of approximately 52,500.
Pocatello Trap Club has 14 trap fields, two of which are lighted, and one skeet field. The club is situated 8 miles west of Pocatello near the airport.
(Pocatello Trap Club came 4th in e-Shoot 2002 and two team members, Larry Ford and Craig Dangerfield, almost made it into 'The 150 Club' with their scores of 149. Good shooting - Ed.)
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