North Acres Road (at Bruce Rd 13), P.O. Box 548, Wiarton N0H 2T0
The Bruce Peninsula Sportsmen’s Association (BPSA) was established in 1962 and became a chartered club in 1965. The first directors were Irvin Sutter, Terry Walker, Ewart Taylor, William Sam, Murdoch McKenzie and John Craig. The present club house was built on 5 acres of land at 611 North Acres Road in South Bruce Peninsula.
BPSA was formed with a mandate to preserve and enhance of fish and wildlife. This mandate is carried on to this day through the volunteer efforts of our 300 members. The modern BPSA hatchery has produced more than 5-milllion trout and salmon for the sports fishery. We operate the longest running volunteer run community hatchery in Ontario.
BPSA offers a number of youth and adult programs including archery, shooting sports, and firearms safety training, as well as annual free kids fishing and community living fishing derbies. We are dedicated to attracting young people to the joys of outdoors recreation. We believe that fishing, hunting and trapping are true Canadian heritage persuits and that anglers and hunters are often the most effective conservationists.
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