Kim Brunt measures antlers.

Fish and game club measuring day is Jan. 23

Hunters are invited to bring their skulls, horns, or antlers to the Courtenay and District Fish and Game Protective Association on Jan. 23 to be measured and scored for possible record book entry.

There will be a $5 measuring fee for non-members only. Members are free. You are welcome to bring interesting antlers or mounts even if not record material for a little show and tell. Someone will be interested and want to hear about it.

Fish and Game members are also reminded that this is the last day to bring in their weigh-in slips for fish and game for 2015, any volunteer slips, and their photos (4×6) for the Frank Gavin Memorial Photo Award.

There is no admittance fee for viewing by the public, so bring your friends and family. Doors are open from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m, measuring to start approximately 10 a.m.

Call Eric Robertson at 250-338-5080 or email  hardyhillcedarsales@shaw.ca for more info.

 

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