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The Oldest Local Sporting Organization in Maine. Established 1895.
The Rangeley Region Guides’ and Sportsman’s Association will host a NRA basic pistol shooting course on Saturday, June 8th.
Maine IF&W Biologist Bob Van Riper will be the guest speaker at our monthly membership meeting on Thursday, May 16th. Bob’s presentation, “Research: Future Rangeley Fishing Trends”, will immediatey follow our potluck dinner that starts at 5:30pm.
The drawing for the RRG&SA Annual Gun Raffle was held in March and the winners are:
Guide’s Challenge Raffle Winners
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- MDIFW News: WMD 9 Opens for Turkey Hunting May 3, 2012
- MDIFW: Endangered Piping Plover nesting season underway in Maine May 2, 2012
- MDIFW: Woodcock Names Rafferty to Head Division of Public Information and Education March 21, 2012
- MDIFW: Preliminary 2011 Deer Harvest Numbers Released March 14, 2012
- MDIFW: Maine Moose Permit Lottery odds of winning get better every year March 14, 2012
RRGSA News Articles
The RRG&SA is pleased to announce that Patty Cormier, Maine Forest Service District Forester, will be the guest speaker at our January membership meeting on Thursday, February 21st.
November 15: Bob Cordess, IF &W Biologist, Deer Habitat Management January 18: Chris Devine, RLHT Executive Director, Introduction February 21: RRG&SA member panel, Adventures of the Montana Elk Hunt March 21: Patti Cormier, Maine Forest Service, Topic Pending
Breakfast and a Buck!!! On Saturday, October 20th, the Rangeley Region Guides’ and Sportsmen’s Association (RRG&SA) hosted their annual Youth Hunting Day Breakfast.
The Deer Forage Project (DFP) community partnership, as planned, will come to a close this summer. The three-year project was created to address the sharp decline of the area deer herd.