Posted: Sep 16, 2021
The Parksville Qualicum Fish and Game Association's highest priority at the Nanoose Range is to keep our members and all others at the facility as safe and as healthy as possible. All archery activities for the 2021/2022 indoor season at Nanoose Bay Range will be conducted in compliance with BC government regulations, including all health orders. This includes regular club activities, tournaments, and lessons. Please Click Here for details.
Posted: Jul 2, 2021
The PQFGA, as members of the BC Wildlife Federation, are now a part of an exciting new coalition of 25 organizations of hunters, anglers, naturalists, guides, trappers, and non government organizations. This is the Fish, Wildlife, and Habitat Coalition. It gives us collectively a major voice in dealing with all levels of government. The principles, mission, and objectives outlined here define the coalition. Fish, Wildlife, and Habitat Coalition Terms of Reference. It is an opportunity for u
Posted: May 26, 2021
Volunteers are needed for help with the installation of sandbag stabilization at the Marion Baker Fish Hatchery on French Creek in late June/July. The work involves the placing of bags weighing 90 pounds each in the creek below the hatchery building, on the streambed, at low water. This work is critical to the survival of the hatchery and volunteers capable of this work are badly needed! Persons interested in helping can contact Peter Spruit at 250 752 0455 for further information and sched
Posted: May 20, 2021
Greetings volunteers and LISTEN UP, I need a bit of your time here! Gun Show, Sunday 30 MayWe need lots of bodies all day to help with parking, ticket booth, getting contact information for tracing, assist (remind) customers of Covid requirements, answer questions...Please come to the meeting on Saturday, May 29, 1 pm, at the Pistol Range parking lot. This is where we will sort out the 'big picture' and try to get the volunteers the jobs that they feel the most comfortable with. My wife has a
Posted: May 5, 2021
Ling Cod - scientific name Ophiodon elongatus, is a member of the greenling family Hexagrammidae. It is both a desired commercial and sport fish species here on the west coast. Its flaky white meat is quite delightful, and I personally consider it amongst the best eating of all locally available fish species. The status of ling cod populations is monitored yearly by a group called Ocean Wise Research. In the late 1980's populations fell to 3 to 5 percent of historical levels, with Howe Sou
Arrowsmith Archers Harry Tutton Annual 3-D Shoot at the Dorman Range on Sunday, February 20th, 2022.
The Dorman Range committee has cancelled the upcoming prize shoots on Boxing Day and New Year's Day - read more
The Parksville-Qualicum Fish and Game Association (PQFG) wishes to hire a person as Administrative A - read more
We are abiding by the PHO and cancelling all organized events until the PHO is lifted or modified.Th - read more
The November 2021 PQFG Newsletter is now available.Please Click Here to view the Newsletter