The Oatka Fish and Game Club, Inc. Bulletin Board

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A reminder that non-members can not hunt on Club, Foundation, or controlled property.

Shooters please police your brass.

We will be working at the trap pavilion enclosure this Saturday, November 9th, from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM. We will be tearing out the wall, putting baffles in the ceiling, insulation and maybe starting electric wiring. We could use your help!

Click on "Ranges" at he left to see information on Trap Leagues, including the Blizzard League schedule for 2019-2020.

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When you come to the Club with a guest, please sign in with the guest's name. This is necessary for insurance purposes.

October Club meeting minutes, October Game Mnagement meeting minutes, and October Board meeting minutes are now all posted in the Club.

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Thursday, November 17, Club Meeting, 615pm dinner (Thanksgiving dinner, with all the fixin's); meeting at 7pm. Enjoy dinner and talk with other members befoe the meeting.

Tuesday, November 18, Board Meeting, 7pm.

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Click on the link at the left, Fishing References, for a WNY Hatch Chart.

Oatka F&G Youth Fund raiser – We are Selling 5” x 7” Oatka F&G Window Decals, just like the club logo below. All the money raised from the sale of these window decals goes to the Oatka F&G Youth program. Cost is $3 for one, or $5 for two. You can purchase them at the Saturday trap practice, at our monthly General Meeting, or by emailing Ernie Lusky at ernzo42@gmail.com or Tony Malagisi at ajmalagisi@gmail.com to make pickup arrangements.

Welcome to the Oatka Fish and Game Homepage. The Oatka Fish and Game Club was established on December 20, 1947, and became incorporated on March 10, 1949. The Oatka Game Management Society Inc. was incorporated on March 2, 1993. The Club is located in Le Roy, New York on Oatka Creek. The club lodge provides a full kitchen, as well as a banquet hall, for members and guests.

The Club offers members year round fishing access, as well as trap, bow, and rifle ranges. There are also over 500 acres of land for hiking and hunting, available only to members and their families.

A full history of the Oatka Fish and Game Club can be seen by clicking here.
(An undated version is in process and will be available shortly; please check back later.)