Category Archives: PSA News

There WILL be a Game Banquet March 24, 2018

The Peachland Sportsmen’s Association’s major fund-raiser is back March 24, 2018. The annual game dinner, with raffles, draws and other games, is a big event that’s lots of fun for the whole family and the proceeds allow the club to fund activities such as habitat enhancement projects for fish and game. However, the fewer members who […]

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Stocked and Ready for Youngsters to ‘Go Fish’

Over the past eight years, more than 34,000 young rainbow trout have been stocked in two Central Okanagan fishing areas for the annual ‘Go Fish’ program for youngsters. The BC Freshwater Fisheries Society and Summerland Trout Hatchery staff are adding 2,500 more 25-30 centimeter long fish into the special fishing areas in two regional parks […]

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PSA Supports Mission Creek Restoration

At the November General Meeting, PSA members voted to support the Mission Creek Restoration Initiative (MCRI) with a donation to the project of $5,000. PSA Members have also officially thrown out a challenge to other fish & game clubs in the Okanagan to match or exceed the PSA donation. The primary goal of the project […]

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Trophy Scoring Meeting

  Bring in your Trophy to be Scored   The PSA Trophy Awards scoring meeting will be held at Harley White’s Tuesday January 26 @ 7pm. If you can’t make it that night you can drop off your animal ahead of time but please remember to bring your license & tag information as all animals on […]

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Vernon Filmaker Launches Documentary on Invasive Zebra & Quagga Mussels

    A vernon filmmaker recently released a short documentary on the threat to BC’s Freshwater Systems from the extremely invasive Zebra and Quagga Mussels. To watch the film and learn more, click on the above picture.   Read the Kelowna Capital News Article.   You can find out much more on zebra and quagga […]

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Can You Spare Some Game?

  The Peachland Sportsmen’s Association is excited to be holding its 30th Annual Fundraiser Banquet once again on March 14th in the Community Hall on Beach Avenue. This is going to be an awesome night of FUN and FOOD!   We are looking for all kinds of meat donations for this years wild game banquet, […]

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Volunteers Help to Restore Bald Range Grassland

  The birds and beasts who rely on the Bald Range pocket grassland off Bear Main Forest Service Road in West Kelowna thank all the volunteers who turned out Oct. 25 to work on restoring that grassland and reduce the threat of wildfire there.   It was exhilarating to see members of the Central Okanagan […]

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Grasslands Work Party Planned for October 25th

  Hi all, Apologies if I have sent this to you twice in my attempt to be inclusive…   Thanx to all who came out Sept. 6 to continue restoration work on the Bald Range pocket grassland off Bear Main FSR. We got a lot done and it was a beautiful day to be out […]

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Remember – No General Meeting in October

  Just a reminder to our membership, there is no general meeting in October due to the fact many of us our away hunting.   Good Luck to all of you!  

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Bald Range Grassland Report….. by Judie Steeves

  Volunteers Darren Brezden and Andrew Walker remove the lower limbs from a venerable, century-old pine tree on the Bald Range grassland on the Westside Saturday as part of a long-term grassland restoration project spearheaded by the Peachland Sportsmens Association, with the Oceola Fish and Game Club, Central Okanagan Naturalists and Okanagan Trial Riders.   […]

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