The Cowichan Fish and Game Association is an association dedicated to the continuance and enhancement of hunting, fishing, and the shooting sports within British Columbia. We support the conservation of fish and wildlife in B.C. as well as providing a safe and controlled environment for teaching gun handling and shooting skills.
We maintain four shooting ranges at our club headquarters on Robertson Road in Duncan. They include 200 yard and 50 yard outdoor ranges, a single station trap range and an indoor range. We are also willing to support any other officially sanctioned sport, Olympic or otherwise that our membership wishes to pursue.
Cowichan Fish and Game Association supports a horseshoe club with a four station pitch and a venue (the gazebo) for participants to meet and socialize.
Our association promotes non-competitive and non-consumptive participation in the outdoors. Our members have developed the Cowichan River Trail and we currently maintain the 5 km of trail closest to our club house. This trail, which is now within Cowichan River Provincial Park is open to the public and our association provides both access to one of the trailheads and a washroom at the trailhead which is open to the public.
The Cowichan Fish and Game Association is a group who are dedicated to the enhancement of fish and wildlife in British Columbia and specifically that of the CowichanValley. We are located in Glenora, just south and west of Duncan on Vancouver Island.