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Membership in the Lloydminster Fish and Game Club will provide you with the unique opportunity to belong to both the Alberta Fish and Game Association and the Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation.  You will receive a subscription to the Outdoor Canada Magazine, which details hunting and fishing experiences in Western Canada.

As a member, you will be eligible for our fishing, hunting and photography awards.  These awards are sponsored locally and you can also have entries entered into the provincial program.

The Lloyd club actively maintains a trout pond on the Saskatchewan side which affords our members an opportunity to catch stocked trout close to the City.

We also have an outdoor rifle range and indoor pistol range located off of Highway 303 north of the Marshall exit for the use of the Lloydminster Fish and Game Members with an Outdoor Range Membership or Pistol Club Membership. For information on joining our Outdoor Range Club or Pistol Club, see the corresponding page on the left. Our Youth Centre with Archery is new and check the Archery page for all that they are doing.

*The cost of a regular membership is $40.00 for one year or $115.00 for three years.

*Family membership includes a regular, spouse and/or all youth under the age of 18 years  $70.00 for one year or $205.00 for three years.

*Youth membership for those under the age of 18 is $15.00 for one year.

Memberships are available at:
Online—Apply Now!
Shep’s Sports (4907 49 Ave) 306-825-5393
Magnum Gun Outfitters (5701 43 St)  780-875-5442
Exsile Outdoors (25018 50 Ave) 306-825-2538
Prophet River (5012 50 Ave) 780-875-0575
Garry Cunningham 780-808-1326
Contact us by email: lloyddfga@gmail.com
Or mail: LDFGA, Box 116, Lloydminster,SK, S9V 0X9

 

A brief explanation of coverage provided by Saskatchewan Wildlife Federations Members Insurance:

Personal Accident Coverage
Personal accident insurance has been provided against bodily injury caused by an accident while participating in either the sports of fishing, hunting, shooting, archery and/or while engaged in any conservation program sponsored by the Federation, all within the bounds of the Dominion of Canada.
Principal Sum for Loss of Life …………………………..$5,000
Loss of Entire Sight of Both Eyes……………….The Principle Sum
Speech and hearing in Both Ears ………………..The Principle Sum
The Entire Sight of One Eye………..Two-Thirds of the Principal Sum
Speech ………………………….Two-Thirds of the Principal Sum
Hearing in Both Ears ……………..Two-Thirds of the Principal Sum
Hearing in One Ear ………………..One-Third of the Principal Sum
All Toes of One Foot …………….One-Quarter of the Principal Sum

For the Loss or Loss of Use of
Both Hands……………………………………The Principle Sum
Both Feet…………………………………….The Principle Sum
One Hand and One Foot………………………….The Principle Sum
One Hand and the Entire Sight of One Eye…………The Principle Sum
One Foot and the Entire Sight of One Eye…………The Principle Sum
One Arm……………………….Three-Fourths of the Principal Sum
One Leg……………………….Three-Fourths of the Principal Sum
One Hand…………………………Two-Thirds of the Principal Sum
One Foot…………………………Two-Thirds of the Principal Sum
Thumb and Index Finger or At Least Four Fingers on One Hand……One-Third of the Principal Sum

For Total Paralysis of
Both Upper and Lower Limbs
(Quadriplegia)……………………….Two Times the Principal Sum
Both Lower Limbs
(Paraplegia)…………………………Two Times the Principal Sum
Upper and Lower Limbs on One Side of the Body
(Hemiplegia)…………………………Two Times the Principal Sum

The above limits are subject to Policy Wordings and Conditions

The Personal Accident Policy does not cover loss caused by or resulting from any one or more of the following:
a) Intentionally self-inflicted injuries, while sane or insane;
b) Declared or undeclared war or any act thereof;
c) Accident occuring while the insured is serving on full-time active duty in the Armed Forces of any country of international authority;
d) Flying while serving as a pilot or member of the crew in any aircraft or other device used for aerial navigation;
e) The commission or attempted commission of any illgeal act by an Insured Person;
g) Sickness or disease or medical or surgical treatment therefore;

Personal Excess Liability Insurance – Amount…………..$1,000,000.
Personal Injury Limit (Excess of Primary Personal Liability):  Members have Personal Liablity Coverage for bodily injury or property damage liability which the member may be obligated to pay by reason of the liability imposed by law for damages sustained by any person or persons because of damage to or destruction of property and arising from the personal acts of the insured while engaged in fishing, hunting, shooting, or archery, within Canada.  In addition, the policy provides for the defense of any action brought against a member and its inherent expenses as set out in the policy.  This policy is excess to any other applicable insurance policy in force.