The shooting facilities at the North Peace Rod and Gun Club with be fully or partially closed on the following dates because of special events or caretaker holidays:

Date Closure Event
May 9, 2015 Full Range 3-Gun Shoot
May 18, 2015 Full Range Stat Holiday
May 23-24, 2015 Full Range PITA Trap Shoot
May 31, 2015 Trap & Hangun Range Charlie Lake Church
June 5-7, 2015 Full Range Sporting Clays Shoot
June 13-14, 2015 Full Range IPSC Shoot
June 20, 2015 Full Range 3-Gun Shoot
July 11-12, 2015 Full Range Oilmen’s Trap Shoot
July 18, 2015 Full Range 3-Gun Shoot
August 8, 2015 Full Range 3-Gun Shoot

Hours of Operation as of May 1, 2015:

Sunday: 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM

Monday: 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM

Tuesday: 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM

Wednesday: Closed

Thursday: 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM

Friday: 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM

Saturday: 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM

Also closed some statutory holidays – check back for details.

 

By joining the North Peace Rod and Gun Club, not only do you become a member of the BC Wildlife Federation, but you also get liability insurance provided by Capri insurance in Kelowna. Included in that insurance is liability related to the use of off road vehicles (ORV) while activity engaged in hunting and angling activities.

If you are operating your ORV on a Forest Service Road you must:

  1. Wear a helmet
  2. Carry a valid driver’s licence
  3. Show proof of a minimum of $200,000 liability insurance. The Capri insurance covers this if you are hunting or angling, but be sure to carry both your BCWF membership card and the Capri Certificate of Insurance.

These rules are nothing new and are not related to the new laws regarding ORV registration that came into effect in November 2014. The government recently extended the deadline for ORV registration to November 1, 2015.

ORV Act FAQ:

QA_ORV Act_May2015

 

This report provides a summary of results from the annual Public Wildlife Count conducted by volunteers in the Peace Region during January 17th and 18th, 2015. This is the eighth year of this project and the results are compared with all (2008-2015) surveys. This project provides useful information for the management of our wildlife resources, and also provides the public with a great opportunity to get involved in wildlife inventory activities and citizen-science in the Peace Region.

The report also provides some information on feeding ungulates.

2015 PUBLIC WILDLIFE COUNT

Ladies and Youth Core course held at the North Peace Rod and gun club Sunnyside drive.

 

May 11,13,15 6-9 pm

May 16 8am – 5 pm

Cost $60. For the course $20 for the book (best to read the book ahead of time).

Registration is at Backcountry.

Call Doug Gulevich @ 261-9895 for more details.

Registration details to follow.

Kids Learn to Fish Promo Poster

June 5, 6, and 7, 2015

Friday, June 5: Fun and burgers

Saturday, June 6: 10 AM Shotgun Start – 200 Birds

Sunday, June 7: 9 AM Shotgun Start – 100 Birds

For more information:

Sporting Clays Shoot 2015 Poster

The North Peace Rod and Gun Club is hosting a 600 Bird PITA Shoot on Saturday, May 23 and Sunday, May 24, 2015.

Saturday, May 23

Event 1: Singles 1st Half – 100 targets – classes A, B and C

Event 2: Handicap – 100 targets – short and long yardage trophies

Event 3: Doubles 1st Half – 100 targets – classes A, B, and C

Sunday, May 24

Event 4: Doubles 2nd Half – 100 targets – classes A, B, and C

Event 5: Singles 2nd Half – 100 targets – classes A, B and C

Event 6: Handicap – 100 targets – short and long yardage trophies

More information:

PITA SHOOT PROGRAM 2015

General Minutes Feb. 23, 2015

When it comes to newborn wild animals, mother always knows best, and so with fawning and calving season underway, provincial biologists are reminding people that newborn deer, elk or moose should not be touched or moved when encountered.

Read the whole bulletin released by the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Resource Operations.

The “Lube It Up” IPSC shoot will be held at the North Peace Rod and Gun Club on June 13 and 14, 2015

Match details and course layout.

Match Registration Form.

Mighty Peace 3-Gun League Schedule

 

March 14th – 3-Gun Match (Grande Prairie, Alberta, Wapiti Shooters Club)

May 9th – 3-Gun Match (Fort St John, BC, North Peace Rod & Gun Club)

May 30th – 3-Gun Match (Peace River, Alberta, Peace Country Fish & Game Assoc.)

June 13-14th – 3-Gun Match (Grande Prairie, Alberta, Wapiti Shooters Club)

June 20th – 3-Gun Match (Fort St John, BC, North Peace Rod & Gun Club)

July 18th – 3-Gun Match (Fort St John, BC, North Peace Rod & Gun Club)

August 8th – 3-Gun Match (Fort St John, BC, North Peace Rod & Gun Club)

August 15th – 3-Gun Match (Peace River, Alberta, Peace Country Fish & Game Assoc.)

August 22nd – Handgun Match (Grande Prairie, Alberta, Wapiti Shooters Club)

October 3-4 – Team 3-Gun Match (Peace River, Alberta, Peace Country Fish & Game Assoc.)

Round count average will be 150 rifle, 150 pistol, 50 shotgun and 10 slugs PER DAY, so for the 2 day matches double that. And remember this is just a suggested minimum….. some people get more usage from their guns then others :)

Specific match information will be available in the “ACTION SHOOTING” forum of canadiangunnutz.com for each event.

Updated 3-Gun Divisions Rules for the Mighty Peace 3-Gun League

3-GUN SCORE SHEET for the Fort St. John Shoots

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