Are you looking for a “Private Club” to hunt and fish at? A place where families are welcome and you can shoot your guns and bows year round. A private place to fish for trout and bass --- you just found it!Come JOIN us today to have a Private Place of your own and your family will thank you all year.The Townsend Rod and Gun Club is the largest land owner in Townsend with over three hundred acres of conservation land. The club manages their property as a working tree farm and hunting preserve. With many trails through out the property which are used for cross country skiing, snow-shoeing, snowmobile, mountain biking, ATV’s, nature walks and of course hunting during regulated seasons. In addition to the large property holding we have indoor and outdoor archery ranges - with winter leagues, a large trout pond - with some amazingly large trout, many small brooks with brook trout, hundred yard rifle range, clay target shooting range - now with wobble trap, plus a five stand sporting clays coming soon, an unmanaged bass pond, and we even have a cable down the middle of a pond for coon dog racing.The Best PartFor just the cost of a large latte coffee once a week, your entire family can have access and enjoy these facilities year round, so click here to join now. Your kids will thank you forever and we’ll see you all in the great outdoors.
You’re invited to join us at our next meeting on January 6 @ 7:00
Help Getting A Jump -On Christmas ShoppingNew Hampshire Wildlife Gift StoreNASHUA RIVER WATERSHEDON-LINE AUCTIONFROM MASS WILDLIFEA 2-year subscription to Massachusetts Wildlife magazine ($10) For the budding conservationist, try a copy of the Critters of Massachusetts book ($5). For the more advanced naturalist, the Field Guide to Dragonflies and Damselflies ($20) or A Field Guide to the Animals of Vernal Pools ($12).For the budding herpetologist, there are a couple of options: The Field Guide to the Reptiles of Massachusetts features information on breeding, feeding habits, range, habitat, and conservation issues. This special edition of the Massachusetts Wildlife Magazine ($3).The turtle enthusiast in your life may also enjoy the Introduction to the Threatened Turtles of Massachusetts ($5).The sportsman or sportswoman in your life will appreciate a 2014 hunting, fishing, or sporting (combination) license and any supplemental stamps they will need. Remember that freshwater fishing licenses for minors ages 15-17 years of age are free! Give them the gift of the outdoors! Purchase a gift certificate for one of the 2014 Becoming an Outdoors-Woman workshops. Workshops on skills such as animal tracking, shooting, fishing, kayaking, and photography are designed for adults and families new to that particular skill. The 2014 schedule of workshops will be posted in January. A terrific outdoor experience for teen girls and boys is the Junior Conservation Camp, a two-week overnight camp session packed with outdoor skills learning such as shooting, fishing, canoeing, camping, and field trips with biologists. The camp is located in Chesterfield and will be held in August.