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At Abbotsford Fish & Game Club we promote keen interest in family and outdoor activities with an emphasis on the environment, conservation, sportsmanship, and safety.

Workbee July 4th

Our next workbee will be held on Saturday, July 4th for general cleanup and preparation for the Open House the following weekend. We would appreciate your time and commitment to come out and keep our club in tip-top shape. Workbee … Continue reading

Open House Volunteers Needed

Attention All Members: As you may know the highly popular AFGC Open House is quickly approaching us on July 11th. We are looking any members who can help volunteer some time during that day for a variety of tasks. If … Continue reading

Archery Drop-in Cancelled July 1st

All members and guests, please note that the regularly scheduled Archery drop-in will be cancelled for the evening of July 1st, due to the holiday. The archery outdoor range and 3D trails will remain open for Archery Club members.

Member Story – 2014 California Big Horn Sheep

Finally the LEH results were online, I submitted my number and one code was successful, it was for the sheep draw, after 12 years of applying for that draw, I finally got it! So now the planning started for this rare … Continue reading

CARETAKERS REPORT JUNE 2015

Abbotsford Fire Department came for their yearly inspection of the facility and we passed with flying colours! A week after the fire department inspection we noticed that the large “K” (kitchen) fire extinguisher was missing (it must have been taken … Continue reading

IPSC Sub Club Report June 2015

May was a good month for AFGC IPSC members! We saw some strong finishes at the May long weekend qualifiers – these matches proved to be as challenging as the match copy had led us to believe. Many of the … Continue reading

22 Rifle Sub Club Report June 2015

Attendance was again quite varied during May 2015, from a low of 4 to a high of 8. We have many family groups and non-members attending. We will start using the video projector shortly as an aid to review shooting … Continue reading

Multi-gun Report June 2015

It has been a quiet month for multi-gun at AFGC. Curtis Y. And Mike R. attended the Custer Sportsman Club monthly club match in May, with Curtis finishing 5th in TacOps. There a plans to hold a couple of multi-gun … Continue reading

Sagittarius Archers Report June 2015

Wednesday night drop ins have been extremely busy, anywhere from 30 to 75 shooters. Our guests/non-members is increasing more and more each week. A big thanks top Jim Patton and Steve Cotton for all their countless hours teaching these new … Continue reading

Angling Report June 2015

Chilliwack & Vedder Watersheds: Open for angling July 1, 2015. Should prove to be a banner season as the Fraser is enjoying great returns of Chinook and Rainbows. It must be hatchery stock for retention, single barbless rules apply. Chehalis: Opened … Continue reading

Trap Report June 2015

The following Trap shoots saw this number of shooters: May 8 – 4 May 15 – 5 May 17 – 11 May 21 – 4 May 28 – 5 June 4 – 7 June 21st is Club Trophy night. After … Continue reading

IPSC Training Course June 20/21 2015

For those members and friends who want to get their IPSC certification for using a holster, recognized EVERYWHERE, or get ready to shoot what is left of the 2015 IPSC season, this course is for you. Qualifiers are gone in … Continue reading

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