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.

Office hours will be Mondays, Wednesday & Fridays from 9:00am – 3:00pm.

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February 17th, 4:15 pm

Don’t forget to get your tickets for the upcoming Shrimp and Crab Feed. Only 30 tickets still remain available. Stop by the office Monday, Wednesday or Friday between 9-3 to get your tickets ... See MoreSee Less

Don’t forget to get your tickets for the upcoming Shrimp and Crab Feed. Only 30 tickets still remain available. Stop by the office Monday, Wednesday or Friday between 9-3 to get your tickets

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Question as a non-beer drinker are you allowed to bring your own wine coolers??

Ill be in, have to renew dues as well

Can’t wait!!! Is it March 15th yet? 😝 🦀 🦐

How much?

Brad Stottlemyer Carrie Mummert

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February 7th, 12:37 am

Hello Everyone,

Just a reminder that this coming Saturday is our winter run and gun shoot. the course will be three stages with a total of 45 rounds of rifle and 50 pistol. We are going to be doing things a little different this time as we are going to break into squads. Each squad will start at a separate station and then the squads will rotate stations when all shooters have completed there station. The match will start with a course of fire walk through at 9am on Saturday with shooting starting at 9:30am. Setup for the shoot will be Friday afternoon starting at 2pm and the morning of stating at 7am. Match fees will be $20 each for the first time through and $10 each for any additional runs. Since we are doing squads, if you want to pre-register you can. Just shoot me an email and I will start assigning squads. I have also come up with a standardized scoring sheet to help avoid any scoring confusion.

There will be four classes that you can compete in.

Vintage Military Bolt Action
Vintage Military Semi Automatic
Tac Optics
Tac Irons.
There is no magazine capacity limit for any of the classes as long as it was designed or issued for that firearm.

PISTOLS – Because of the collectability of vintage pistols, you are not required to use one if you are competing in the vintage categories. Your are permitted to use any type of pistol you would like to as long as it is not a race gun outfitted for high speed competition shooting as these are difficult to handle on this type or course of fire. Also, INSIDE THE WAIST BAND AND CONCEALED CARRY HOLSTERS ARE NOT PERMITTED DUE TO SAFETY CONCERNS! If you do not have a holster for your pistol, you may ask a squad member to hold your pistol for you when you are not using it.

If you have any other questions please feel free to ask. You can reach me at (717) 496-1131 or wfgriflematches@gmail.com.
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Damn...wish i got info sooner, cant make it but will watch for next one. Any idea when it will be?

January 31st, 8:07 pm

The 2020 PA Trout Stocking Schedule was released earlier today!

The PFBC will continue to stock approximately 3.2 million adult trout in 707 streams and 130 lakes open to public angling. These figures, which are consistent with the number of trout stocked over the past decade, include approximately 2.2 million Rainbow Trout; 660,000 Brown Trout; and 360,000 Brook Trout. As with past practice, the average size of the trout produced for stocking is 11 inches in length.

In 2020, anglers will have a better chance than ever before to catch large, trophy-sized trout. This year, the PFBC will stock approximately 60,000 brood fish, which are 2 ½ year-old and 3 ½ year-old hatchery-raised Rainbow Trout, Brown Trout, and Brook Trout measuring 14”-20”. The allocation of these large trout will be more than double the allocation in 2019. Roughly 70% of these large fish will be stocked into streams and lakes during the preseason prior to opening days of trout season, and 30% will be stocked during in-season replenishment stockings.

The PFBC will also increase the number of golden Rainbow Trout that will be stocked in 2020. In addition to being stocked during the preseason period before opening day, these highly prized fish featuring vibrant golden-orange pigmentation and weighing an average of 1.5 pounds, will be stocked during in-season replenishment stockings. The allocation of approximately 13,000 golden Rainbow Trout in 2020 exceeds the 2019 allocation (9,500) by roughly 40%. Approximately 80% of golden Rainbow Trout will be stocked during the preseason, and approximately 20% will be stocked in-season.

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