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The Oldest Local Sporting Organization in Maine. Established 1895.
RRGSA Featured Events
Are you looking for a great outdoor program for your children or grandchildren this summer? Consider signing them up for our Junior Guides Program. The program runs for 6 consecutive Mondays, July 6th through August 10th, for children ages 9 through 12. We meet each Monday at our Clubhouse on Old Skiway Road in Oquossoc […]
An Update on the Status of Maine Moose Health will be the topic for the RRG&SA monthly meeting on Thursday, May 21. The presenter will be Anne Lichtenwalner, DVM PhD, Director of the UMaine Animal Health Laboratory in Orono. The monthly meetings are open to the public. Potluck dinner starts at 5:30pm followed by a short business meeting and […]
The Rangeley Health and Wellness fitness and physical therapy staff will be presenting an active lifestyle presentation at the Rangeley Guides Association facility on March 19th at 6:30pm. The focus of the presentation will be exercise recommendations for folks that like to hunt, fly fish, snowmobile, snowshoe, ski, hike, play tennis, play pickleball or enjoy […]
The guest speaker for our January meeting will be State Senator Tom Saviello. His talk is titled, “So what is happening in the 127th Maine State Legislature? With special focus on fish and wildlife issues”.
“Update on Maine Grouse and Woodcock Research” will be the topic at the Rangeley Region Guides and Sportsmen’s Association monthly meeting on Thursday, November 20.
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- Steak and Salmon Cookout (1)
- Strawberry Festival (3)
- Youth Hunting Day Breakfast (4)
- 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
Trap and Skeet is closed until further notice. The trap and skeet fields are being redone and will reopen after construction is finished. Work on these ranges will not be completed until at least mid June. The Sporting Clay schedule starting this Saturday May 23 and Sunday May 24. Thursday starting at 4PM Saturday starting at […]
The Rangeley Region Guides’ and Sportsmen’s Association (RRG&SA) will host a 2-day Wilderness First Aid Course on Saturday, April 18 through Sunday, April 19, 2015 and a 4-day Registered Maine Guide Course on Thursday, April 23 through Sunday, April 26, 2015. Both course will be held at the RRG&SA Clubhouse in Oquossoc and run 8 […]
The annual youth hunting day breakfast was hosted by the RRG&SA on Saturday, October 25th. A larger than normal group of 15 children (and 17 adults) enjoyed a hearty breakfast prepared by Club members Doreen Sinnett and Nick Leadley.
Another Apple Tree Release event was held October 19. Seven club members, Tom Clough (red jacket), Bill Richards, Rick Baker, Tom Nagel, Bill Brittain, Gino Nali and Marcia Baker, cleared apple tress dying from lack of light due to crowded competing trees.
The Rangeley Region Guides’ & Sportsmen’s Association and the Rangeley Skeet & Trap Association have been notified by MIF&W that their requests for federal grant funding from the 2013 Maine Range Access Improvement Grant Program have been approved.