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5 days ago

Oceola Fish and Game Club

www.facebook.com/536806480/posts/10155632765036481/Hello All,
it is short notice, but due to too much going on this Sunday, there is none of the Trap Supervisors available this Sunday. So, there will NOT be Trap Shooting this Sunday at Oceola Fish & Game Club Upper Range.
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a few spots !! hurry and sign up 🙂

There any archery lessons for adults?

6 days ago

Oceola Fish and Game Club

Here is a quick update on the Southern Interior Mule Deer project and Mule deer mortality. #SIMDeer #muledeer #BC ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

Oceola Fish and Game Club

Go Fish BC
150,000 rainbow trout fry have been stocked into Sheridan Lake in the Cariboo region

Video: Tim Yesaki
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Reminds me of something

Friday indoor shooting starts again tomorrow night at 7:00 pm. Guests always welcome with members. (Guest fee applies) ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

Oceola Fish and Game Club

WE ARE HIRING

Have you ever considered becoming a BC Conservation Officer? Well now is your chance. Apply to join our team of officers who work hard each day to protect our fish, wildlife and the environment. Follow this link to apply for a career where every day is different.

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1 month ago

Oceola Fish and Game Club

*** Volunteers Needed for the Coldstream Creek Fish Trap - Kokanee Counting Fence Project ***

The Okanagan Fisheries Foundation and the Ministry of Forests, Lands & Natural Resource Operations are seeking volunteers to help out with this year's Kokanee counting fence on Coldstream Creek in Vernon.
Project Details: The Ministry Fisheries team along with the support of the Okanagan Fisheries Foundation will be installing a fish trap in Coldstream Creek located near 7913 Kirkland Dr, Vernon BC. The fish trap is being used as a counting fence to count and study the spawning Kalamalka Lake Kokanee. Volunteers are needed to net the fish that are in the trap during day, count them and then let them go back up stream. There are 2 checks each day that we require help. The evening work is being taken care of by Fisheries Biologist Jason Webster and his team. The first check is anytime between 8am-10am and the second check is anytime between from 2pm-4pm. Each check usually doesn't take more than 20 minutes to net and count the fish. We do have a few pair of waders that the volunteers can use as this work does involve walking into the small creek.

Start Date: The project starts on the second week of September and through month of October with the first series of Volunteer checks needed for September 15th.
If you are interested in assisting with this project please contact, Danny Coyne at Danny@BCFishn.com

Any help is appreciated! Once a list of volunteers has been created we will conduct a quick onsite orientation.
You can also check out this video from previous year’s projects for more information: youtu.be/tXwzJ7S5ID4
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Indoor pistol/22 range is open tonight at 7 pm. ... See MoreSee Less

Indoor pistol/22 range is open tonight at 7 pm.

Trap shooting Labour Day Weekend, Saturday and Sunday. 10 am start, $5 per round. Guests $5 each - bring a friend! ... See MoreSee Less

Trap shooting Labour Day Weekend, Saturday and Sunday. 10 am start, $5 per round. Guests $5 each - bring a friend!

2 months ago

Oceola Fish and Game Club

Just a reminder of the gun show Friday and Saturday! We have so many amazing vendors and are fully packed! See you there! ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Thank you for sharing

Trap shooting Saturday and Sunday, at 10:00 a.m.
$5 per round. Guests are $5 each.

Pull!!
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2 months ago

Oceola Fish and Game Club

#LakeCountry - at the Council meeting Tuesday, August 21st a $1,500 cheque was presented from Fortis to Councillor Bill Scarrow as a donation to his local charity of choice. Nick Kozub was on hand to receive the cheque on behalf of Oceola Fish and Game Club.

Shelley, Community & Indigenous Relations Manager, Fortis (Shuswap-Nicola-Okanagan-Similkameen) said: “Every year, FortisBC provides funding for a variety of community initiatives that work towards improving our communities as giving back is an important part of creating a sustainable future for British Columbians. We strive to have a lasting positive impact in the communities in which we operate by supporting projects that focus on safety, education, environment or Indigenous initiatives.

One way we like to invest in communities is through a Community Giving draw at Local Government Conference across BC. This is an opportunity for attendees to enter to win $1,500 for a non-profit group of their choice in their community. This year at the 2018 SILGA Conference, Councillor Bill Scarrow was the lucky recipient and he chose the Oceola Fish & Game Club.”
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2 months ago

Oceola Fish and Game Club

#LakeCountry - at the Council meeting Tuesday, August 21st a $1,500 cheque was presented from Fortis to Councillor Bill Scarrow as a donation to his local charity of choice. Nick Kozub was on hand to receive the cheque on behalf of Oceola Fish and Game Club.

Shelley, Community & Indigenous Relations Manager, Fortis (Shuswap-Nicola-Okanagan-Similkameen) said: “Every year, FortisBC provides funding for a variety of community initiatives that work towards improving our communities as giving back is an important part of creating a sustainable future for British Columbians. We strive to have a lasting positive impact in the communities in which we operate by supporting projects that focus on safety, education, environment or Indigenous initiatives.

One way we like to invest in communities is through a Community Giving draw at Local Government Conference across BC. This is an opportunity for attendees to enter to win $1,500 for a non-profit group of their choice in their community. This year at the 2018 SILGA Conference, Councillor Bill Scarrow was the lucky recipient and he chose the Oceola Fish & Game Club.”
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