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Fort Macleod Fish & Game Association

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Fort MacLeod, AB T0L 0Z0, Canada, Alberta, Canada


Phone: 403-553-0275

Cell: 403-308-4247

Address: Box 761, Fort Macleod, AB, TOL OZO

Contact:  Rod Payne

Park Booking:  Trent Moranz 403-715-2461

Hours: Meetings are the 3rd Wednesday of each month (except July, August & December)

Mission: Motto: “Help Rebuild Yesterday for the Children of Today and Tomorrow”

The Fish & Game Association was in existence since the mid 50’s. The objectives of the society are: to encourage organized sport fishing, pistol, rifle and  gun shooting; to foster understanding of natural processes so that people may live in harmony with the land, using and husbanding its renewable resources; to encourage provision of ample opportunity for enjoyment of healthy recreation; to perpetuate adequate stocks of all indigenous species of wildlife; to ensure the sound, long-term management of Alberta’s fish, wildlife, and outdoor recreational resources in the best interests of all Albertan; to develop and support a comprehensive and educational program to make all Albertans aware of the value of our fish, wildlife, parks and outdoor recreational resources; to submit views and recommendations to all government and private agencies; to make Alberta aware of dangers of all forms of pollution; to obtain and maintain

reasonable public access to all forests and recreation areas; to promote the true appreciation of sportsmanship and sports safety and the ethics of outdoor activities in the light of fish and wildlife regulations; to encourage sportsmanship and good relations; to raise funds by memberships, donations for the purpose of carrying out objectives of the association; to acquire by purchase, lease or otherwise, and to work, operate and develop and deal in all kinds of property.

Activities: Yearly scholarships; yearly “Hide Collection” with proceeds going to Wildlife Habitat (a province wide project); classes offered periodically by specialists; provide a 35 acre park by the Oldman River free of charge to the public for camping, reunions, etc. (donations for upkeep of the park accepted)