Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters Main Website
Fishing Regulations 2018
Landowner Permission Form
This is your on-line tool kit for planning and executing a youth hunt. Helpful information, guidelines, suggestions and contacts are available at this website.
OFAH Mario Cortellucci Hunting and Fishing Heritage Centre – www.hfhc.ca
This world class, state of the art education centre in Peterborough next door to the OFAH head Office (4601 Guthrie Drive) is incredible. If you get a chance to visit, please do so it is a destination where conservation success stories of anglers and hunters are proudly told. See the Shimano aquarium teeming with Great Lakes native fish species. Call for hours of operation and more info 705-748-6324 ext.100.
Community Wildlife Management Workshops
Have you attended one of Greg Balch’s workshops? If you have, I’m certain you were impressed with his extensive display of Ontario wildlife mounts as well as his knowledgeable presentation. If you have not experienced one of these presentations, please consider hosting one. Greg has a way of explaining the food web and how everything in nature affects our native species that makes it fun and easy to understand. To contact Greg for more information and availability please email him at firstname.lastname@example.org. The same email address can be used to make a do-nation to Greg’s continuing efforts.
OFAH Head Office in Peterborough continues its search for photos of wildlife crop damage for an Ontario Crop & Livestock Wildlife Damage Assessment Manual.
Please contact OFAH Zone J Secretary for a copy of the reference guide.
Meet Bob the Bobber!
Colour this poster and win!
Coloring Page – click here to download a copy. The link below may work also.
Bob hopes you “Catch the Fun!” and get involved in the Ontario Family Fishing Events childern’s COLOURING DRAW. Just colour in the drawing, complete both parts of the form below the drawing, and send it in to:
Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters
PO Box 2800