The Kelowna Fish & Game Club, in partnership with the clubs from the Okanagan Region BC Wildlife Federation are raffling a Christensen Arms Ridgeline Rifle 6.5 PRC rifle and $1000 Gift Card for Great North Precision. Approximate total value $3800.Continue reading...
2023-2024 LEH Regulations Synopsis is Out
Any resident of British Columbia who holds a Fish and Wildlife ID with active B.C. resident and hunting credentials may apply. To be eligible to obtain a B.C. resident credential, hunters must be a B.C. resident as defined in the Wildlife Act or qualify for an exemption.
To obtain the hunting credential, a hunter must prove successful completion of hunter safety training such as the Conservation and Outdoor Recreation Education (CORE).
In order to apply for LEH, you MUST have proven B.C residency. Your Fish and Wildlife (FWID) online profile will display the residency expiry date.
Supporting documentation accepted as proof of B.C. residency include the following, with an issue date being at least six months prior to the date of the application. Please note if you are renewing your B.C. residency credential then your documentation must be valid with no restriction on the issue date:
- BC Driver’s Licence
- BCID Card
- BC Services Card, non-photo BC Services Card or Combined BC Driver’s Licence and Services Card
Hunters under 18 years of age can use documentation from a parent or legal guardian to prove residency.
You can obtain or update your residency credential by:
- Applying through BC Hunting Online (requires a basic BCeID)
- Contacting a FrontCounter BC office
- Visiting a retail vendor (residency renewals only and you must bring your photo BC Services Card, non-photo BC Services Card or Combined BC Driver’s Licence and Services Card)
You are encouraged to take advantage of the BC Hunting online service (WILD) using your BCeID.
Please review these quick reference guides for WILD to ensure that your credentials are up to date and that the application is done correctly.
The deadline for this year’s applications is 11:59:59 pm Thursday, June 8, 2023.
We encourage you to apply early.
For more information on LEH and to apply, click here.
The 2023 Vernon Fish and Game Club Annual General Meeting will be held on Tuesday May 23, 2023 at the Range.
There will be a free hamburger BBQ starting at 5pm.
The Annual General Meeting will start at 7pm.Continue reading...
The Kal Flyfishers are into final preparations for the Kids Fish-Out at Polson Park on Saturday May 6-7th. Volunteers are needed to assist with the hands-on portion of the event (bait station, rod distribution and helping kids cast and land fish).Continue reading...
Date: Wednesday April 26
Time: 7 pm
Place: Meier’s Building Products
This is a club member social event to meet face to face with other members. Come and bring your ideas and stories.
This evening will be hosted by Randy Meier and Clint InghamContinue reading...
The Kelowna and District Fish & Game Club invites you to join us for an evening presentation on Region 8 wildlife.
Craig McLean, Biologist with Fish & Wildlife branch Penticton will provide a Region 8 wildlife update on recent surveys, research projects, sheep diseases and Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD).Continue reading...
All memberships are from January 1st to December 31st. 2022 memberships expire on December 31, 2022.
2023 memberships are now available online. New membership forms will be available at Del Selin’s Gunsmith, Kenkraft Sales, Meier’s Building Products and Canadian Tire Pro Shop.
A valid 2023 membership will be required to continue to enjoy membership benefits including insurance coverage and access to the range after December 31st.Continue reading...
2023 Vernon Fish & Game Club memberships will be available for purchase online as of November 15, 2022!
VFGC memberships are valid from January 01 to December 31 of each year. ALL MEMBERSHIPS EXPIRE on December 31st and must be renewed manually to continue enjoying membership benefits, including range use and insurance.Continue reading...
Saturday’s cleanup was a great success with 30+ volunteers from the Vernon Off Road Motorcycle Club, Vernon ATV Club and Vernon Fish and Game Club taking part as well as one member of the North Okanagan Cycling Society.
The effort was centered around the metal bin truck from ABC Recycling that Kane Blake from the OFTF organized to have on site for the heavy metal and the 40-yard bin that was donated and supplied by Randy Meier of LRM Contracting (also President of Vernon Fish and Game Club).
We effectively removed six tons of scrap metal and four tons of garbage from the watershed of Noble Canyon from the 2km area of Noble Canyon FSR on up to the 5km area of Becker FSR.Continue reading...
The Annual General Meeting will start at 7pm. Bring your current membership card to register for voting. The AGM will include annual reports, elections for the 2022-2023 Board of Directors and presentation of trophies.Continue reading...