Feb 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 May LPAF&G club members meeting will be held at Collins Marina on Tuesday the 9th of May @ 7:30pm  

Masks optional

See the meetings page for details


Ever wondered where Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza ( HPAI ) is being found in Canada and on what species?

Here’s the link to a government website that shows where.




Following their deputation to our club at our April meeting, here are some details of the Conestogo Pheasant Club and their 2023 Pheasant hunt.

Due to the efforts of a small group of dedicated pheasant hunting enthusiasts, and with strong support from the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (OFAH),they are pleased to announce that discussions with the Grand River Conservation Authority (GRCA) have resulted in a renewed pheasant hunt at the Conestogo Lake Conservation Area, starting in the Fall of 2023. The Conestogo Pheasant Club (CPC) will manage pheasant hunting on Area 3 of the GRCA property under a license agreement with GRCA. The CPC is an affiliate club of the OFAH run by volunteers. Their club executive are currently busy arranging the logistics of the hunt, including procurement of pheasants, building a social media presence and working on the various processes related to membership applications and payments.


Since they are an affiliate club of the OFAH, all CPC members must also be OFAH members. In its first year, the CPC is aiming for 80 memberships, and plans to expand to 100 members for the 2ndand 3rd years of the pilot project. For the first year, 1000 pheasants will be released , and the hunting season will extend from September 25, 2023 through to November 27, 2023. In its first year, hunting will only be allowed with the purchase of a season permit, but the CPC plans to examine the feasibility of daily passes in the remaining two years of the pilot program.


Applications for membership to their Club will be available June 1st on the “JOIN” page of their website (www.conestogopheasantclub.ca).


Memberships will be sold on a first-come-first-served basis.


To apply to join their club you will need your MNRF Outdoor Card No. and Expiry Date, Your OFAH Member No. and Expiry Date, and your Vehicle License #.


The CPC’s goal is to provide an accessible, high quality, and inclusive hunting experience to pheasant hunting enthusiasts in southern Ontario




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


Here’s a link to a test on toxic vs non-toxic shot, it’s interesting reading.





The MNRF are reviewing some catch and release regulations, see the below link for details :-
Consultation on potential revisions to the catch and release of fish during recreational fishing





Another EBR posting that could be of interest :-

This one is on the use of floating accommodations on waterways, see the link below





The club suggests that all those interested in the outdoors go and check these out and leave comments on them and any other EBR’s to make your voice heard





All the regular club meetings will go ahead Covid permitting