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20 hours ago

Oceola Fish and Game Club

Natures version of ‘splitting the uprights’.

When this tree fell in the forest, did anyone hear?

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2 days ago

Oceola Fish and Game Club

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A short PSA that will be playing on the outdoor networks. Take a picture when you see it on your TV, upload it and tag us and two friends...:and we’ll send you something back...

#WildPursuitNetwork
#SportsmanChannel

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#nature #explorebc
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2 days ago

Oceola Fish and Game Club

The solitude and quietness of the mountains.

What drives you for time in the outdoors?

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#nature #explorebc
#mountain #mountainlife
#outdoorsman #wildlife
#freezersfull #hunter
#hunt #spring
#builtforthewild #fieldtofork
#urbanoutdoors #farmmarket
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Spread the word...
Introduction to Okanagan Hunting
You’ve completed your CORE and PAL courses, now how to put that into practice? The Oceola Fish &
Game Club is hosting this event to help with the first steps in becoming an ethical outdoorsman. This
will be weekend seminar starting Friday at 5PM till Sunday 4PM and will include:
CORE testing (if anyone still needs it)
Field dressing
Skinning & Quartering demo (with livestock)
Range time – to try a variety of calibres and actions
Habitat identification for various species
Basic outdoor survival skills
Styles of hunting – ie. Road hunting, stand blind & stalking
Map & GPS work
Animal identification- Grouse, turkey, elk, moose, deer & bear
Weekend will include onsite camping (bring your own bedding/tent/RV or you can come back & forth),
meals catered by Woody’s Pub (please notify us if any food allergies) and 3 days of instruction
Cost is $250.00 plus GST (GST REG 850448283 RT0001) and registration is limited to 20 participants
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Spread the word...
Introduction to Okanagan Hunting
You’ve completed your CORE and PAL courses, now how to put that into practice?  The Oceola Fish & 
Game Club is hosting this event to help with the first steps in becoming an ethical outdoorsman.  This 
will be weekend seminar starting Friday at 5PM till Sunday 4PM and will include:
CORE testing (if anyone still needs it)
Field dressing
Skinning & Quartering demo (with livestock)
Range time – to try a variety of calibres and actions
Habitat identification for various species
Basic outdoor survival skills
Styles of hunting – ie. Road hunting, stand blind & stalking
Map & GPS work
Animal identification- Grouse, turkey, elk, moose, deer & bear 
Weekend will include onsite camping (bring your own bedding/tent/RV or you can come back & forth), 
meals catered by Woody’s Pub (please notify us if any food allergies) and 3 days of instruction
Cost is $250.00 plus GST (GST REG 850448283 RT0001) and registration is limited to 20 participants

 

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My husband tried registering online but nothing to click on. Does he just email courses@oceola.ca?

Am super excited for this weekend course!! And hey Brandie Kingshott more info here for ya 😁👌

Braeden Klassen this would be pretty cool! Not a bad price for that either

Brian Penner want to go?

I am away then are you putting on anymore?

David Alen Price something you might be interested in?

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5 days ago

Oceola Fish and Game Club

This will damage habitat

Okanagan WaterWise
Invasive zebra and quagga mussels can ruin beaches. Razor-sharp shells on shore will make the sand un-walkable in bare feet. Help us stop the spread of aquatically transmitted species.
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1 week ago

Oceola Fish and Game Club

Focus and concentration.

A requirement in fitness and everyday life.

Keep your eye on the prize - the top of the mountain or the end of a long work week.

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#nature #explorebc
#mountain #mountainlife
#outdoorsman #wildlife
#freezersfull #hunter
#hunt #spring
#builtforthewild #fieldtofork
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#pnw
#eyeontheprize
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1 week ago

Oceola Fish and Game Club

Meal planning is an important component to any adventure.

Whether out of a foil bag, camp stove or over a campfire...

Meal time is a good time.

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2 weeks ago

Oceola Fish and Game Club

Our new podcast series, Faces of Wildlife, is now available and can be streamed from our website. You can also find it on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play or wherever you get your podcasts from. Our first full-length episode will be available Tuesday, July 16th.
1campfire.com/podcast/
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Speak up folks, it’s only going to get worse.

Subject: Early engagement on the approach to developing the federal Grizzly Bear Management Plan

Good Day,

As you may know, the Grizzly Bear was listed as a species of special concern under the federal Species
at Risk Act (SARA) in June 2018. Grizzly Bear was assessed by the Committee on the Status of
Endangered Wildlife in Canada (COSEWIC) as special concern in 2012 due to international and regional
population declines and pre-listing consultations were undertaken in 2013.
This means that, as the next step, Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) must prepare a Management Plan for Grizzly Bear and its habitat in Canada. We are reaching out to let you know that we are beginning the early engagement process to develop the approach that we will use to prepare this Management
Plan. We would like your feedback on if and how you would like to be engaged.
The purpose of a Management Plan is to prevent species of special concern from becoming threatened
or endangered. The Management Plan for Grizzly Bear in Canada will be an overarching federal
document that describes voluntary management practices, broad strategies and conservation
measures for this species across its range in Canada. The federal Management Plan will also include a
description of the needs of, and threats to, Grizzly Bears as well as the species’ background and steps
to measure overall progress in addressing the threats to the species. The Grizzly Bear Management
Plan will be developed in close collaboration with the appropriate provinces, territories, and
Indigenous organizations.

ECCC recognizes the cultural, ecological, and economic significance of Grizzly Bears for Indigenous
people and other Canadians and understands the importance of working together in an effort to
safeguard this iconic species’ well-being. The intent is for the Grizzly Bear Management Plan to reflect
well-established Indigenous, provincial, and territorial conservation and management approaches and
plans.

We would appreciate your response, letting us know if you would like to provide input and be involved
as the work progresses. We also invite you to share with us any related information or concerns you
may have with respect to the conservation of Grizzly Bears across the country. We encourage you to
connect with us as soon as possible as we develop the approaches that will be used for the
advancement of this Management Plan.

Please contact Undiné Thompson at
undine.thompson@canada.ca at your convenience, if possible prior to July 19th, 2019.

Respectfully,

Blair Hammond
Regional Director, Pacific Region, Canadian Wildlife Service
Environment and Climate Change Canada | Government of Canada
Blair.Hammond@canada.ca | Tel: 604-350-1958
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2 weeks ago

Oceola Fish and Game Club

What drives you to the outdoors?

Be it flora, fauna, water or mountains- There is something out here for everyone.

Welcome to our Campfire.

Learn what drives us at www.1campfire.com

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#wehaveastorytotell
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#eatwild #ilovebc
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#mountain #mountainlife
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this says it all

2 weeks ago

Oceola Fish and Game Club

Those who venture into the backcountry laden with backpacks have everything in common....a love for the outdoors, wildlife, solitude and the pursuit of what drives them.

Visit us at www.1campfire.com to learn more.
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3 weeks ago

Oceola Fish and Game Club

Quality binos: $600. Bag Lunch: $12. Mosquito Repellent: $7. Conducting surveillance & catching the selfish taking an over limit of fish from a Peace Region Lake: Priceless. If you witness poaching please report it using our 24 hr 1-877-952-RAPP Number. ... See MoreSee Less

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This happening wright now. A Bradley smoker just walk out the door

 

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I still have to get into Woody's one day with my jacket (I have a Jacket from Woody's on Brunette in Coquitlam). Looks like the turnout could of been better 😕

So what was going on?