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 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

PAL: April 18, 2015

PALR: April 19, 2015


General Meeting Minutes Jan. 26, 2015

Special Meeting Minutes Dec. 15, 2014

General Meeting Minutes Dec. 1, 2014

PAL Saturday, February 21, 2015

Restricted PAL Sunday February 22, 2015

See the poster for more details.


Victoria Rally Poster

Resident Hunters of British Columbia:


We are planning a rally March 2, 2015 on the steps of the Legislature in Victoria.

This is your opportunity to make it clear to your politicians that you are not supportive of the recently announced Wildlife Allocation Policy.

Each person attending is requested to bring and hand deliver a letter as part of the rally.

We will also have a petition for everyone to sign demanding that Government revisit this policy and change it.

As has been said before ‘THIS IS OUR HILL TO DIE ON!

We NEED this to be the biggest rally seen YET.

Bring your friends, families and anyone who disagrees with selling off our wildlife!

Resident Hunters Rally in Kelowna

Resident Hunters Rally in Kelowna January 31, 2015

The following information comes from Mike Bridger, a biologist from the Fish and Wildlife section in the Fort St. John Office of the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations.

The BC Wildlife Health Program is looking for help from wildlife professionals and the public with observations of hair loss caused by “Winter Ticks” on moose throughout the province. The Moose Winter Tick Surveillance Program wants to collect observations to monitor the number of animals with hair loss and the amount of hair loss on each animal to estimate winter tick prevalence and distribution. This program will occur on an annual basis, starting this winter. Winter ticks are a significant parasite for moose populations and can contribute to moose declines in parts of their range, including BC. So, it is an important health factor to monitor, particularly with climate change and alterations to moose habitat. The findings of the surveillance program will contribute to the Provincial Moose Research Program, which was initiated in 2013 to investigate factors influencing moose populations in BC.

Winter tick infestations can be observed on moose during February through April. The ticks spend the entire winter on one moose and there can be as many as 10s of thousands on one individual. As the female ticks become adults they feed on blood in late winter and the irritation causes moose to scratch and groom themselves excessively, resulting in hair loss. The extent of the hair loss is a rough indicator of how many ticks are present and can be observed easily from a distance. We know that tick infestations can result in behavioural changes or direct health impacts that may reduce moose survival.

I hope that you may be interested in contributing to this surveillance program by recording your observations of both healthy and infected moose during the winter and spring.

Keep reading to learn how to participate.


Conservation Outdoor Recreation Course

February 2-6, 2015 See the Poster for the details.

February 28 and March 1, 2015. See the Poster for details.

Canadian Firearms Safety Courses

Non-Restricted – February 7, 2015

Restricted – February 8, 2015

See the Poster for the Details.

It was windy and slippery, but that didn’t dampen the spirits of more than 30 junior outdoorsmen and women who came along with their parents to Kids Appreciation Day at the North Peace Rod and Gun Club. The day started off with a variety of indoor and outdoor shooting events and ended with the trophy awards. Kacie Peever was the lucky young woman and Devon Shawchek the lucky young man (pictured below with NPRG President Guy Lahaye) who went away with the rifle packages donated by Scott Ebert of Northern Snubbing and Dwayne Shawcheck of Essential Well Services.

Kacie Peever Remington Rifle WinnerDevon Shawchek Remington Rifle Winner

 Backcountry and the North Peace Rod and Gun Club also sponsored a variety of prizes and dinner. The North Peace Rod and Gun would also like to thank Dave Bonar, Guy Lahaye, Mike Lahaye, Dave Wallace, Greg Nichols, Steve Hewitt and Ozzy Kehoe for making this day a great success.


BC Resident Action for Mountain Sheep or RAMS was started in the mid 1970’s in Fort St. John by a small number of resident hunters over a concern on the impact by the guide outfitting industry on mountain sheep populations and resident opportunities. Members of the RAMS executive met with elected government officials in Victoria and the concerns expressed were largely ignored. The lack of action on behalf of residents by government resulted in a media campaign in the form of a series of news papers that were distributed to the majority of sheep hunters around the province. This media campaign and the accompanying pressure from resident hunters got the attention of government and ultimately lead to guide outfitters going on quota for Stone’s Sheep.

Resident Action for Mountain Sheep Newsletter Image


Read the full RAMS Newspaper (64 MB)

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