Sept 8th 2023

We are a group of conservationists, hunters and fishing people who are dedicated to improving the local habitat of fish and wildlife in order to enhance and promote better recreational hunting and fishing opportunities in Norfolk county and the Long Point area.

The Long Point Area Fish and Game Club is based in Norfolk County at Port Rowan in Long Point. 

The Clubs activities are hunting, fishing and various conservation activities.  

The Long Point Area Fish and Game Club also actively encourages all youths to get out and engage in these worthwhile activities.


The Sept LPAF&G club members meeting will be held at Collins Marina on Tuesday the 12th of Sept @ 7:30pm

Masks optional

See the meetings page for details



2023 Pheasant season

The 2023 Norfolk Pheasant hunting season is now about to begin. 

The season runs from September the 25th to December 31st. Remember. To hunt Pheasant or Rabbit in Norfolk County, you have to buy a Norfolk township licence as well as having a small game tag on your outdoors card.

Please Note:-  there is a major change this year as to where you can get your License –

Due to Eli’s closing down this year they will not be selling Norfolk Pheasant and Rabbit licenses this year, however, you can now buy them at Canadian Tire in Simcoe

There is also another new vender where you can buy your licence – Triggers and Bows in Burford.

See the pheasant page for more details

                                                                                         2023 High School Fishing Tournament

It was great for the club to again be out and helping the students at the 2023 High School’s, 4th annual fishing event, held at Backus CA near Port Rowan on May 24th.

LPAF&G members were on hand to help with this event. Our members were involved with the weighing, measuring and recording the fish,  we also filleted  the trout so the students could take them home with them. All fish other than the trout were released back into the pond

There were several categories for the prizes, which were all donated by local businesses. 

Categories included largest by length, largest by weight and even the smallest by length. 

The Backus Mill Pond had been recently stocked with trout to ensure there were plenty of fish for the students to catch.

The students came from five local high schools and they were supervised by the staff from those schools




Checkout the interesting info page for the start and end dates for this years big game draws and tags and other interesting reading





All the regular club meetings will go ahead Covid permitting