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!

January 19th, 4:13 pm

Bingo has been cancelled ... See MoreSee Less

January 18th, 12:16 pm

If you have an opinion on the possible moving of the Deer Firearms season to Saturday after Thanksgiving, you can email your comments to pgccomments@pa.gov ... See MoreSee Less


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The Saturday after Thanksgiving would be great but hunting on Sundays would be better. They think everybody has jobs that they can get out and hunt whenever they want I guess when reality 80% of us need to be able to hunt on Sunday in Can't

Sunday would be great to take the grandkids out hunting without taking them out of school and me off of work

They should let us hunt Sunday also

Give us that Saturday and open up Sunday. We spend alot if $$ on hunting for 2 Saturdays

That’s the same day as Maryland’s first day if anyone prefers to hunt both first days

That would be great.

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January 16th, 8:52 pm

Due the weather predictions for this weekend, the club has decided to cancel Saturday's bingo. Please share.
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January 16th, 6:48 pm

There are approximately 12-14 tickets available for the next Coach bingo,that will held February. 10th. If you wamt tickets call Cindy asap. 717-830-5714 ... See MoreSee Less


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If you have questions please call Cindy. I only post what I am given

How much

How much ?

Do you have a picture of the ticket that I can share?

January 13th, 2:45 pm

Here is the schedule for the next group of ATA Big 50's to be held at the club.

ATA Big 50 Registered Shoot
Waynesboro Fish & Game Protective Association
10205 Fish And Game Rd
Waynesboro, PA 17268
February 24th and March 3rd, 10th, & 24th
Event 1 – 50 16 YD Singles Targets $9.00
Event 2 – 50 Handicap Targets $9.00
Event 3 – 25 Pair Doubles Targets $9.00
ATA Daily Fee $1.50
Registration begins at noon with shooting starting as soon as there are at least three ATA
member shooters. Per ATA rules, a mimimum of three ATA member shooters per event are
required to qualify for registered targets.
ATA membership applications are available at the shoot.
A.T.A. rules and regulations will govern all shoots. Not responsible for accidents. Shoot at own
risk. Eye & ear protection is required for all shooters.
All events may be altered or cancelled entirely for any reason without prior notice by shoot
management. The shoot management is the final authority in any and all matters.
Shooting is open to the public. Non-ATA member price is $3.50 per 25 targets.
Targets will be shot 25 to a trap for all singles and handicap events.
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