BCWF Kid’s Camp July 17-19

The British Columbia Wildlife Federation Vancouver Region is holding a Kids Camp at the Courtenay Protective Association land on Comox Lake. The dates are from July 17 -19th 2017 and kids from the ages of 10 -14 can participate. The kids get to learn many outdoor skills, participate in archery, cowboy action shooting, etc. Three days of fun camping on Comox Lake.

This is a excellent chance for kids to spend time in a beautiful outdoor environment at Comox Lake and learn skills in the outdoors from qualified instructors. The cost is provided by the BCWF and the Local Rod and Gun Club.

The criteria we will use to choose participants is:

-the kids have to be between the ages of 10-14
-the kids or family has to be members of the Gold River Rod and Gun Club.
-we desperately need adult volunteers to chaperone the kids so the kids with volunteers will be given top priority. The event cannot happen without adult volunteers.

Please contact Karen Bogie at rgr [dot] ronbogie [at] gmail [dot] com or Gary Foster at gfoster07 [at] hotmail [dot] com

This is a great summer camp for kids and family.

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Gratitude From Organizers of the 3D Archery Shoot

The organizers of the 3D Archery Shoot would like to thank the following people and businesses:
  • John and Maureen Levering
  • Sun Coast
  • Western Forest Products
  • E&B Helicopters
  • Cougar Creek Industry
  • The Ridge Roadhouse
  • Cloverdale Paint
  • Liquor Express
  • Tyee Marine
  • Canadian Tire
  • Gold River Building Supplies
  • Joan and Harold Kerpan
  • Save-On Foods
  • Home Depot
  • The Uchuck
  • Bud and Joy Hubert
  • Shirley and Stan Boyd
  • Wayne Schmidt (Leather Works)
We would also like to thank Peter, Scott and Gary for all you help.
We had a great shoot and hope to see more local people next year!
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Fisheries Regulations That Pertain to Nootka Sound

Via The Gold River Run & Gun Club:
South Coast waters (Areas 11, 20-1 to 20-4, 21 to 27, 121 and 123 to 127)
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Effective April 1, 2016 until further notice the daily limit for rockfish is three (3) per day in the aggregate of which only one (1) may be Yelloweye Rockfish.
These measures will be in place for 2016 and assessed at the end of year as to how they met the overall fishery objectives.
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