Keith B. Opening Sun Jan 31th 1:00pm-4:00pm Please maintain social distancing of 3 meters. Face masks required. Please use lanes 1,4,7 or lanes 2,5,8. Hand sanitizer will be onsite. If you have any flu-like symptoms, please stay home. Maximum 8 people in the building at once. 3 shooters in the range plus the RSO with…
The Annual General Meeting for the LDFGA will be held via Zoom on Tuesday, January 5, 2021 at 7:00pm. If you would like to attend this, please contact Tawnya Lorenz at email@example.com to receive the Zoom link. Regular meeting to follow afterwards at 7:30pm. You must be a member of the LDFGA to vote at the…
Nov 15, Saskatchewan Hunting, Trapping and Angling celebrates the contributions of hunters, anglers, and trappers around the province. We’d like to remind everyone everyone how to get involved: Get your town involved: contact your local mayor and have them officially proclaim Nov 15 as Camo Day. Get your school involved: coordinate with your school council…
Katherine Patton is receiving the Lloydminster and District Fish and Game Conservation Scholarship from chairman, Bill Armstrong. Katherine attended LCHS and is presently enrolled in “Wildlife and Fisheries Conservation” at Lakeland College, Vermilion. We wish her the best in her studies and future career.
The Lloydminster and District Fish & Game Association was started in approximately 1927 as the Lloydminster Gun Club. In 1957, the club was changed to the Lloydminster and District Fish and Game Club and eventually was changed to the present name. We are a non-government, non-profit organization affiliated with the Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation and the Alberta Fish and Game Association. Our club works toward the preservation and conservation of wildlife and it’s habitat. The whole family is encouraged to participate in outdoor activities.
The Association advocates for and assists in the conservation and management of fish, wildlife and habitat for the continuing benefit of association members and the general public.
Fish and wildlife resources enrich the quality of human life.
The best traditions of recreational hunting and fishing should be valued by future generations.
Regulated hunting, fishing and trapping are important wildlife management tools.
A person has the right to hunt and fish in accordance with the law.
Fish, wildlife and crown land are public resources belonging to all provincial residents and these resources must remain equally accessible for all residents.
To support and assist in the enhancement, development and maintenance of habitat for fish and wildlife.
To develop and promote education and recreational programs and activities.
To support organizations of like purpose in the lobbying of government and private agencies, as necessary, to safeguard the interests of fish and wildlife populations.
To promote outdoor ethics and safety.
The Association meets the last Tuesday of the month. Winter months are at Lloydminster Grace United Church (except December) and summer months are at the LDFGA Youth Center (except July). For more information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.