Here Is Where Some Of Our Passion Takes Us
We are members and/or regular visitors to these sites.
Crumlin Sportsmen’s Association was established in 1947 and has grown into one of the best shooting clubs in the region. Our range and clubhouse facilities are located at 3384 Gore Road in London, Ontario
Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters has a passion for conservation and the traditions of fishing and hunting. With more than 100,000 members, subscribers and supporters, and 740 member clubs, the OFAH is the VOICE of anglers and hunters.
In the 1970’s and early 1980’s, Ducks Unlimited, in partnership with the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, developed the man-made marsh. Today the marsh is run by a non-profit organization known as Friends of Hullett. FOH consists of a board of directors, two staff, and many volunteers and members.
The North American Versatile Hunting Dog Association is a nonprofit corporation whose purpose is to foster, promote, and improve the versatile hunting dog breeds in North America; to conserve game by using well trained reliable hunting dogs on both land and water; and to aid in the prevention of cruelty to animals by discouraging nonselective and uncontrolled breeding, which produces unwanted and uncared for dogs.
Loads of free information for new puppy or dog owners and tons of free information for even experienced dog owners provided by one of North America’s most experienced and referred companion dog trainers. Based in London Ontario.
The Big Game Blood Trackers of Ontario (BGBTO) are an OFAH affiliated organization of volunteer handlers and their trained tracking dogs. Our mission is the ethical, humane and quick recovery of wounded big game animals.
The Weimaraner Club of America (WCA) sponsors many activities and programs, and it provides a channel of communications for members. One of its pioneer achievements was the development of Rating Tests for hunting and retrieving, later adding the Versatile ratings and the Bench Register of Merit (BROM) and most recently, the Field Register of Merit (FROM). Annual events include a National Championship Field Trial and sectional Field Trial Classics as well as a national meeting, a National Specialty Show and a Winter Specialty. The Weimaraner Magazine, published monthly since 1949, reports ongoing activities, show and field trial results, and other topics of interest.
The Weimaraner Association of Canada (WAC) is the official National Club for the Weimaraner in Canada. This website has information that is useful if you are just starting out with a Weimaraner or if you are a long time owner of this wonderful breed.
This non-profit club is just over 100 members, all members of an organization that dates back over 70 years.
Members are from all walks of life, but have one thing in common, an interest in conservation and the environment.
The club’s property covers 10 acres on which there are:
3-D Archery range
20 yard indoor range for .22 cal. rim-fire rifles and hand guns up to 45 cal.