Events


The North Peace Rod and Gun Club would like to thank organizers Gregg Nicoll, Guy Lahaye and Tammi Drapeau, and volunteers from the 2276 Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry Royal Canadian Army Cadets for making this day such a great success.

We would also like to thank the event sponsors Royd Lusk (Skyline Wildlife Studios), Apex Valve Service, Angela Britz, Jim and Margaret Little, Matt Loberg and Backcountry.

Photo of Club President Guy Lahaye Awarding Rifles

Club President Guy Lahaye Presents Trophy Certificates and Rifle Awards

NPRGC KIDS OPEN HOUSE
January 27, 2018

The North Peace Rod and Gun Club invites the general public to an open house for kids. Families are invited to bring their kids and have fun.

Kids Fun Events – 1:00 – 3:30pm

Activities for all ages
Food and Drinks provided
(Trap, .22 shoot, digital shooting simulator, tobogganing, bonfire, wiener roast, face painting, smores, etc. weather permitting)

Youth Celebration of Hunting

Youth Celebration of Hunting Contest open to Club Members 18 years of age and under. To enter provide big game species harvested during the 2017 season.

See the following posters for more details and information on how to get trophies measured.

The two-day 3-Gun shoot this last weekend was greeted by 30 competitors and great, but windy, weather. Join the Facebook page to see shoot results and other Mighty Peace 3-gun League information.

3-Gun Shoot Photos

July 7th-9th, 2017: WETLANDKEEPERS WORKSHOP

A 2.5 day, hands-on workshop teaching wetland assessment, plant ID, soil classification, and more! This special workshop will feature guest speaker Tom Biebighauser, who will provide training on wetland restoration design. This workshop is FREE and is filling up fast!

For more info or to register, go to https://FortStJohnWetlandkeepers.Eventbrite.ca

July 8th, 2017 7:00pm-9:00pm: PUBLIC TALK (Room 154, Northern Lights College)

Join us at Northern Lights College (Room 154) to learn about “The Benefits of Wetland Restoration” from renowned wetland restoration specialist Tom Biebighauser, who was restored over 1500 wetlands in 4 countries. Open to all members of the public.

For more information on either of these events, please contact Jason Jobin at wetlands_coordinator@bcwf.bc.ca

Wetlands Keepers Workshop Poster

Here are the slides from Jim Glaicar’s, President of the BCWF, presentation at our Town Hall Meeting on April 26, 2017.

The North Peace Rod and Gun Club is once again proud to sponsor the Pacific International Trap Association “Ram Buckle” Trapshoot at the NPR&GC range on May 27 and 28, 2017 including a total of 600 registered targets.

Saturday, May 27, 2017: 100 Singles|100 Handicap|100 Doubles

Sunday, May 28, 2017: 100 Doubles|100 Singles|100 Handicap

More details.

The North Peace Rod and Gun Club would like to thank:

Organizers — Gregg Nicoll, Tammi Drapeau and Guy Lahaye

Volunteers — Royal Canadian Army Cadets

Sponsors — Royd Lusk/Skyline Wildlife Studios, Backcountry, and Apex Valve Services

2017 Fundraiser Program Cover

 Tickets for the 31st Annual Fundraiser are now available for $75 each. See Steve or Tell at Backcountry regarding tickets and/or to donate to the event.

Youth Celebration of Hunting & Youth Appreciation Day is on Saturday, January 21, 2017. The fun starts at 2 PM with .22 and trap shooting, and outdoor winter activities as long as the weather cooperates. A free supper at 4 PM will be followed by the youth trophy awards. The trophy portion of the event is open only to children of North Peace Rod and Gun Club members 18 years and under.

Check the poster for event details and how to get trophies measured.

2017 Youth Appreciation and Trophy Awards Day Poster

There was a bit of sun, a bit of cloudy weather and a whole lot of shooting. Longtime oilman and North Peace Rod and Gun Club member Dudley Wagner was honoured for his many years of commitment to the Fort St. John Petroleum Association and as an organizer of the first Oilmen’s Trapshoot.

Results

High Overall:

1st Place Mike Nielsen with a score of 91/100

2nd Place Bruce Bell with a score of 89/100

High Senior:

Dave Wallace with a score of 89/100

High Teams:

1st Place Twilight Pressure Controls with a score of 413

2nd Place Rapid Wireline Services with a score of 397

 

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