Mike and Diane are the nicest field owners I have met so far in my 11 years of play. They are always willing to lend a hand or a ear. The pro shop while small has good prices. Since they have been in buisness so long many times they will match or under cut prices of internet dealers. Mike is always willing to take a look at any marker he sells if it has a problem.
Stalker has a large variety of fields. Some of the oldest are Field 1 (spools and barrels) the marsh ( a large valley with bunkers and towers with long paths along the sides for flanking. The oaks ( like the name suggest a huge field of oak trees with fallen limb bunkers and large flag stations). The maze ( super dense under growth field with twisting, turning criss crossing paths. A complete blast to play in mid summer. but so so the rest of the year) Over the past 5 years they have added The hole (Dont play this field in early spring if you want to keep your boots), Airball (a very nice one to), speedball (ehh needs some work. Pines and boards), hyperball fields (decent hyperball field, long ball rules since its rather open).
2nd and 4th sundays of the month are players days. 50 a case for Blaze, no field fees.
All the time 50 a case from the pro shop.
The only problem with Stalker is location. The 3/4 of a mile drive from shop to field in early spring is closer to a mud bogging competition. Many times I've heard people yell at drivers. "Step on it or you'll bog down and get stuck" but its been alot better in recent years.
Stalker uses no gun or head shot count rules on Sat for reservation groups that mix with walk ons.
Nitro the super PB dog is awsome, hes not as fast as he used to be but hes still a great dog that will come over and watch you shoot. He just loves watching paint fly.
Last edited on Wednesday, April 16th, 2003 at 9:10 pm PST