There will be NO general membership meeting tonight. Your dedicated volunteers are getting ready to host the annual Banquet and Fundraiser this Saturday night.

We will see you at the next regularly scheduled meeting - third Wednesday in March.

Reminder of awards submissions - please submit your antlers, fish pictures, etc... for our annual awards meeting in April. Anything needing scoring will take time so please make your submissions sooner than later.. Cutoff has been extended to accommodate late submissions. Please contact Ron Taylor at

Thank you!
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Have you signed up yet for our 2019 Kamloops Convention?

WSSBC Life Member Aaron Parrotta will be show casing his extensive mountain hunting and guiding experience in a seminar that will cater to the new sheep hunter and those with experience. Aaron will focus on mountain hunting gear, training, nutrition, tried and true tactics in the field, and how to effectively judge rams.

This is one seminar you are not going to want to miss.!event-register/2019/3/8/wssbc-2019-kamloops-c...
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The Government of BC is in Phase Two of consultation about ways to improve wildlife management and habitat conservation in the province. The BCWF representative to the process is Wildlife Allocation Chair Gerry Paille.
In advance of the two-day government consultation at the end of January, BCWF representatives met with members of the conservation community to find common ground. The group agreed on a number of common goals with regards to funding, science and social support. Each representative who attended the Improving Wildlife Management and Habitat Conservation two-day workshop was asked to open with “one big idea.”
The BCWF’s statement incorporates many of those common messages:
The BCWF is recommending a new model that conserves, restores, and sustains wildlife and habitat through a commitment to long-term increased government funding and additional funding sources to develop, monitor and meet sustainable landscape level objectives for both wildlife and habitat. Objectives need to be specific, measurable, achievable and legislated with equal authority to other resource legislation and support licensed hunters and First Nations in harvesting game animals.
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PAL/RPAL Courses

The next Regular PAL courses are:
Feb 26, 27 & 28 or
Mar 19, 20 & 21
5:30 to 9:30 each evening

Restricted PAL
Mar 11 & 12 or
Mar 27 & 28
5:30-9:30 each evening

Please email courses@oceola for pricing and to register.
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Amy. You should take the PAL course.

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It is with sadness that we announce the passing of Rick Simpson. Rick was a respected member and director for the Oceola Fish and Game Club for many years. He was incredibly passionate about fishing and encouraging younger generations to learn and get involved. Our condolences to Rick’s family. He will be missed. ... See MoreSee Less


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Very sorry to see this news. I really enjoyed all my meetings and engagements with Rick as an elected representative for Kelowna Mission and as a Minister for FLNRO. He brought passion, knowledge and a real commitment to the table.

Sorry for your loss guys. Peace to you through this difficult time

The indoor range will be closed on Friday, February 1st. and the Friday night shoot is cancelled.

The indoor range will be available to members Monday February 4th from 7pm to 9pm.

The Oceola Indoor Range committeand board of directors apologize for an inconvenience this may create.
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