Guy and Al Presentation

North Peace Rod and Gun Club president Guy Lahaye presents Al Phillippe with a family lifetime membership for his, and his wife Connie’s, dedicated service as caretakers for the club.

Al and Connie held that job for ten years, which is longer than any other caretakers in the club’s history. The North Peace Rod and Gun Club executive and membership would like to express their sincere appreciation to Al and Connie for their many years of service.

The will be a Conservation and Outdoor Recreation Education course Friday evening October 25, Saturday October 26, and Sunday October 27, 2013.

See the following poster for more details.

The Conservation and Outdoor Recreation Education poster Oct 2013

Update September 22, 2013:

The September 28-29 course is now full, but there is another offering in October.

PAL Course: 9 AM October 19, 2013 — $125 including book.

PALR Course: 9 AM October 20, 2013 — $125 including book.

Check out the poster for more information.

CANADIAN FIREARMS SAFETY COURSES poster Oct19-20 2013

The following courses are now full.

PAL Course: 9 AM September 28, 2013 — $125 including book.

PALR Course: 9 AM September 29, 2013 — $125 including book.

Location: North Peace Rod and Gun Club clubhouse.

For more information contact Chuck Mercanti at 250-261-2494

Effective Immediately:

Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays: 10 AM to 8 PM

Saturdays and Sundays: 9 AM to 7 PM

Wednesdays: Closed

Franchi 12 Gauge Shotgun went to Cody Nadeau of MacKenzie – donated by Dan McCormick

Savage .17 HMR Rifle with Scope went to Dan Johnson of Dawson Creek – donated by Dan McCormick

Woods Sleeping Bag went to John Fisher of Fort St. John – donated by Backcountry

Items and Draw

Cody Nadeau Receives his Shotgun from Jesper

Cody Nadeau Receives his Shotgun from Jesper

 

The weather turned beautiful and Charlie Lake was filled with boats and eager fishers for the 2013 Father’s Day fishing derby.

Dad’s Catch of the Day article in the Alaska Highway News.

Kids Winners:

1st – Austin Barber – 3lb 1oz  25.5 inches – pike
2nd – Montana Christianson – 2lb 11oz   23.5 inches – walleye
3rd – Jillian Stone – 2lb 3oz  18.75 inches – walleye
4th – Lincon Bueckert – 2lb 1oz  19.5 inches –  pike

Adult Winners:

1st – Al Williams – 4lb 10oz  27.5 inches – pike
2nd – Garrett Gejdos – 2lb 6oz  22 inches – pike
3rd – Charene Christianson – 2lb 2oz  18.25 inches – walleye

Tammi Drapeau and her crew of volunteers lead two full classes of 25 children through the basics of fishing. The windy conditions made casting a challenge, but the kids, volunteers and parents looked pleased with the event. The North Peace Rod and Gun Club provided each child with a rod, real, and some fishing accessories that they took home with them.

You can read more about the event on Energetic City’s website.

35 shooters overcame the torrential rains of Saturday and the sunny, but windy conditions of Sunday during the 2nd annual Sporting Clays Shoot at the North Peace Rod and Gun Club. Of the 35 shooters, 27 were men, 2 were women and 6 were juniors, with the youngest shooter being 11 years old and the oldest in his mid seventies. Kudos to the Sporting Clays Committee’s chairs Jesper Amstrup and John Fisher for all their hard work to make this a successful event.

Results Out of 280 Birds

 

Class Name Place Breaks
A Wayne Carlson 1st 244
A Brian Royan 2nd 242
A Tony Manuge 3rd 231
B Rick Mayor 1st 197
B Ron Brautigam 2nd 190
B Clark Lavalee 3rd 189
C Boyd Wedge 1st 166
C Willie Russel 2nd 163
C Dan McCormick 3rd 158
Ladies Kim Copley 1st 166
Ladies Lynette Kitt 2nd 156
Junior Cody Nadeau 1st 206
Junior Mason McDonald 2nd 196
Junior Clayton McCormick 2nd 196

 

2013 Fishing Derby Poster

The North Peace Rod and Gun Club has immediate openings for both full-time and part-time caretaker positions at their range facility at Charlie Lake. Successful applicant(s) should have good communication skills, basic repair & maintenance skills, be 19 years of age or older, and must have or be able to acquire a valid firearms PAL , ATV safety, and WHIMS. “Food safe” and “serving it right” tickets are assets. The caretakers are responsible for upkeep of range and club facilities throughout the year and include tasks such as clubhouse scheduling and membership renewals. For more information please contact Guy Lahaye, club president at (250) 785-1442. Submit resumes via email president@nprg.ca or mail to P.O. Box 6435, Fort St. John, BC, V1J 4H8.

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