The Waynesboro Fish and Game Protective Association, Inc. located in south central Pennsylvania was founded in 1947.  The club is dedicated to promoting wise management of fish and game wildlife resources and habitat.  Establishing and maintaining friendly relations between land owners and sportsman is central to the mission of the club.
The club is situated on 98 acres of mountain and farmland.  Grounds include an eight acre lake, 80 plus acres of Christmas trees, spacious club house, 200 yard rifle and pistol shooting range, trap range, picnic grounds and outdoor archery range.
Currently there are approximately 3200 club members.  An emphasis is placed on hosting youth activities such as the annual Franklin County Sportsman for Youth Field Day, trout fishing rodeo,  .22 rifle shoot, trap shoot, Christmas party and Easter Egg Hunt.  Membership meetings are held the third Wednesday during the months of September through May.


  • Starting 11/12/18 – the new office hours will be Mondays & Fridays from 9:00am – 3:00pm.
  • The club is looking for members to submit their favorite recipes for a WFG Cookbook to be made this fall.  Please try to submit recipes by early September if interested.  Sheets are available to print on the Bulletin Board page of this website.  Sheets can be turned in to the office on Monday, Thursday, or Friday from 9am – noon or on Saturday nights during Bingo from 4:00 – 9:00pm.  Please give a name, phone #, and club affiliation upon turning in the forms.  Please see Cindy Theriault, Donna Naugle, or Brenda Myers on Bingo nights with any questions.
  • Vintage Military Rifle shoots are being held at our club every month – MORE DETAILS

Some great catches from opening weekend at the lake!

November 5th, 9:10 pm

Hello Everyone,

Just wanted to remind everyone that this Saturday is a CMP rifle match. The match will begin at 9am sharp with a safety briefing and course of fire overview. The match cost if $20. At this moment in time we are planning on doing Course A which is the short 30 round course of fire. This consists of 5 sighter rounds, 10 round slow fire prone in 10 minutes, 10 rounds rapid fire prone in 80 seconds, and 10 rounds slow fire standing. In order to compete for a CMP sanctioned score you must have a CMP Liability and Competition Agreement Affidavit on file with us at the club. If you do not have one, you can easily print one off the CMP website and have it notarized at your local bank. If you do not wish to shoot for a CMP Score, you may still shoot for fun or practice. The cost for a practice round is $5. 30-06 ammunition will be available for purchase the day of the match if you need some good quality modern production M2 Ball ammunition.

Please let me know if you plan to attend and shoot a CMP Score as I will have your match certificate ready for you the day of the shoot.

Hope to See everyone there!
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October 27th, 8:42 am

Need something to do on a rainy Saturday evening? Cone out to the club and play bingo. We starting playing at 6:30. ... See MoreSee Less

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Hardly ever miss it

Going to try to be there

October 26th, 5:02 pm

Good Evening all.

We’ve been watching the weather all week and it still looks unfavorable so we are going to cancel the vintage match tomorrow.

Our next and final match is on 10 November. Hope to see you all then.

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I dont assume. I post what the comiittee person gives me to post. We are always lookong for more volunteers to help make things run better.

Please post these as events, and also include the times in your posting. It would also be helpful to have the link to the CMP and the specific form we need. Is ammo provided, or bring your own? Must you be preregistered, or can you be a walk on? Having never attended one, don't assume that everyone knows the drill.

October 24th, 11:01 am

Hello Everyone,

Just a reminder that this Saturday is our vintage military shoot. This will be a normal vintage military shoot with two 30 round relays. Each relay will consist of 5 sighter rounds and 10 rounds each for prone, sitting, and standing. all Stages will be slow fire.

For our next CMP Match on the 10th, we will be doing the a course of fire. The a course is a 30 round short course consisting of 10 rounds slow fire prone, 10 rounds rapid fire prone, and 10 rounds slow fire off hand. In order to shoot for a cmp score you will need to have a signed competition affidavit on file with us. The paperwork can easily be found on the cmps website. The cost to shoot a CMP score is $20 per Entry. If you just want to shoot for fun on the 10th you can as well for $5.

If you have entry questions feel free to ask.

Regards, Charles Kauffman
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What time does the shoot start?

What date does the oyster feed tickets go on sale next year

October 20th, 10:24 am

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This Bingo has been postponed due to lack of ticket sales. We are looking at rescheduling for early March prior to baseball season.

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