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Free shooting offered at 2 DWR ranges on Sept. 28, National Hunting and Fishing Day

Peter Lodder shoots clay targets at the Lee Kay Center at 6000 W. 2100 South, which has 16 trap fields and four skeet fields.
Utahns with a current hunting, fishing or combination license can shoot for free at either the Lee Kay Public Shooting Range or the Cache Valley Public Shooting Range on Saturday, Sept. 28, which is National Hunting and Fishing Day.
Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News

SALT LAKE CITY — Utahns with a current hunting, fishing or combination license can shoot for free at either of the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources’ public shooting ranges on Saturday, Sept. 28, which is National Hunting and Fishing Day.

To redeem the offer, visitors need to simply show a valid Utah hunting, fishing or combination license at the entrance to the Lee Kay Public Shooting Range, 6000 W. 2100 South in Salt Lake City, or the Cache Valley Public Shooting Range, 2851 W. 200 North in Logan.

The license can be presented as a paper or electronic license and will grant free admission to the rifle, handgun and archery shooting ranges. Visitors can also get up to five rounds of shooting at half price at the trap and skeet ranges that day.

Along with the free and discounted admission on Sept. 28, both shooting ranges also offer an ongoing, year-round promotion that allows someone to shoot for free or at a discounted rate if they purchased a firearm or archery equipment within 30 days. Proof of purchase must be provided to qualify for the deal.

For more information, call the Cache Valley Public Shooting Range at 435-753-4600 or the Lee Kay Public Shooting Range at 801-972-1326.