Dundas Valley Longbeards Conservation Dinner

Our annual DVL dinner was a huge success with 154 dinners in  attendance on April 3rd.  DVL members and sponsors dedicated to local conservation efforts contributed valuable time and resources to this worthy cause.

Check out the nights activities on the DVL Club Tab to see photos and sponsors.

Thanks again to all the sponsors and hard working members.

Auctioning off the

Robert Beer auctions off the “Gobbler”

Badenoch Archery Spring Struttin Sale

map to Badenoch Archeryprint this coupon off for a 10% saving10% OFF Coupon

Mark April 11th on your calender to stock up on any Gobbler Gear you need to have a successful hunt this season.

Gail’s annual open house at 15 Badenoch Street in Morriston will have loads of deals.

Just south of 401 on Hwy 6.

email [email protected] or phone 519-836-2245


Toronto Sportsman Show a big hit with hunters

I stopped in at Booth 220 the Backyard Wildlife display where Steve Elmy and his wife Salina had their Toonie Shoot-up Display going non stop. Kids and grown ups enjoyed the digital duck hunt!

 All toonies raised will be donated to the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (OFAH) after the show.

Steve had a complete display of Backyard Wildlife products on hand such as RackStacker feed, no-plow and Walk & Toss seed, Glory Mineral mix as well as Quality Deer Mangement (QDMA) products available.

Backyard Wildlife also had custom made Turkey Box calls and a real comfy hunter’s seat for sale.

Steve Elmy in chair

Dundas Valley Long Beards Conservation Dinner

The Dundas Valley Long Beards Conservation Dinner will be held Friday April 3rd, 2009.

We sell out our 200 tickets every year. ALL money raised is donated back into local & regional outdoor conservation efforts. We don’t send our money south!As a proud supporter with The Ontario Federation of Anglers & Hunters we have some great auction and donnation items during our evening.

This years dinner will be a served sit down full course meal.
Numerous local outdoor business continue to support our conservation dinner with some great donations.

For tickets contact me;

[email protected] or

 phone 519-220-0223

Big Buck Shows 2009

If you want to get that monster buck measured up check out on of the many BIG BUCK Shows in 2009.

You can also get any trophy measured up by qualified FROW measures at theses shows.

If you want to know how your Gobbler, Bear, Moose or Buck measure up check out a show near you. 

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Three hunters received fines totaling $2,600 after<–more–> pleading guilty to trespassing to hunt and trespassing in possession of a firearm on property owned by Toronto and Region Conservation.   Antonio Razao, 46, and Mario Alpuim, 43, both of Mississauga, were both fined $400 for each offence. Arnaldo Santos, 49, of Maple, was fined $500 for each offence. 

It was Santos’s second trespassing to hunt offence and he had received warnings Read more