Range Officers Course

 CFI – Ranger Officers Course Sunday Janury 13, 2013

The objective of the Course is to ensure that our members are provided with Range Officer training that exceeds the requirements of the Federal Government and the Chief Firearms Offices across the country.

Graduates are certified to perform the duties of Range Officer at any CFI Partner Club’s range or as approved by individual clubs.


Course Includes: Course Material Workbook and a written multiple choice exam. Graduates of the course are issued a Range Officer Certificate.

MNR lays 67 violation charges for anglers

Fisheries Enforcement MNR– Overall Compliance was 90 Per Cent


The Ministry of Natural Resources laid 67 charges and issued 59 warnings during sport fisheries enforcement patrols this summer on area waterways.


Conservation officers with the Lake Erie Enforcement Unit checked 900 resident anglers and 400 non-resident anglers within the Essex County and Chatham-Kent waters of Lake Erie, Lake St. Clair and the Detroit and St. Clair rivers. Overall compliance with Ontario’s sport fishing and public safety-related laws was 90 per cent.


Charges and warnings were issued for the following offences:

  • catching over the limit of walleye
  • catching and possessing under size muskellunge
  • skinning fish so the species could not be identified
  • fishing without a licence
  • failing to carry a fishing licence while fishing
  • angling with more than the permitted number of lines
  • possessing live invasive gobies
  • transporting crayfish over land
  • liquor-related violations
  • operating a vessel without the proper safety equipment onboard.


Investigations are ongoing and additional charges are pending. Fishing equipment and fish were also seized.


For further information on fishing regulations, please consult the 2012 Recreational Fishing Regulations Summary, available at ServiceOntario/Government Information Centres, licence issuers and at ontario.ca/fishing.


To report a natural resources violation, call 1-877-TIPS-MNR (847-7667) toll-free any time or contact your local ministry officer during regular business hours.  You can also call Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

2011 King of The Woods Winner Drops Another Ontario Monster Whitetail Buck

Fellow hunter, Spypoint ProStaff, APA Bow ProStaff and a good friend drops another Ontario Giant Whitetail.


Lee Nilsen continues to bow hunt Ontario’s trophy animals with his APA bow. Using QDMA field knowledge and forestry management the local deer herd continues to improved every year.

Check out Lee’s awesome buck dropped this week

Lee Nilsen 2011 King Of THE Woods Winner with another Ontario Monster Whitetail with his APA bow

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Lee drops another Ontario Monster Whitetail with his APA Bow

Late Season Deer Activity, Still Time to Fill Your Tag

Get out and Hunt to Avoid that Bowl of Deer Tag Soup

Early season planing  is the key and hunting the correct wind.


Setting up a Buck trap is easily done with Buck Fever Canada Synthetic Deer Attractants like BF Pre/Post Rut Juice, BF Forehead Gland Spray, BF Vanishing Hunter Spray and Wipes.

Wear rubber gloves, and wipe down camera and gear. Make a Mock Scrape, pour in a few ounces of BF pre/post Rut Juice, spray an overhead branch with some BF Forehead Gland Spray.

Set your Spypoint Trail Cam up a few feet away, put on video, turn it on, lock it up and YOUR DONE!

Ensure the wind is correct for your entry and exit strategies

Good Luck hunting, there is still time to AVOID DEER TAG SOUP!

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