The wild Game Dinner of 2021 is being planned although its date and its format will differ from the traditions established over the last thirty years. Covid-19 is posing restrictions, but the Club Board is doing everything it can to makes sure the event happens some time in the next year. In the meantime, all members who are successful in harvesting game are asked to remember the Club. All donations of game meat are welcomed. Nicki Morin has offered to pick up your donations. Please email the Club for details: email@example.com
Your executive met on August 11th to discuss the effect of Covid-19 on the operations of our club. We are pleased to announce the club is still viable and active despite some financial losses due to the lack of club functions and reductions in membership. General membership meetings are still on hold, so we will be putting out an information package in the near future to get you up to date. We are looking forward to expanding our membership in time for the fall hunting seasons, and we are going to build the Club connection through social media. Stay tuned!
Please see the Members’ Page to offer your input to the structure of ongoing operations of the Club. Your input is requested by August 28th.
Your registration to Bragging Rights Derbybegins when you photograph and upload the picture of your your awesome catch to firstname.lastname@example.org. The derby runs from 6:00 a.m. July 4 to July 12 at noon.
Include your name and phone number, and the length of the fish measured from the front of the fish to the fork in the tail (as we have done in previous tournaments). Take the picture of you holding the fish or of the fish on our measuring tape of past derbies. Family pictures would also be a nice addition. Six fish species recognised for competition: pike, perch, bass, walleye, trout/salmon and herring (ciscoe), but send pictures of anything you catch, and we will add them to the derby gallery. Like past derbies, this derby is restricted to fishing in Canadian waters in contact with St. Joseph Island.
Due to Covid-19, the St. Joseph Island Hunters and Anglers previously cancelled their Seventh Annual Summer Fishing Derby that coincides with Family Fishing Week. However, knowing families will be out fishing together, The St. Joseph Island Hunters and Anglers Club will have an online derby, Bragging Rights Derby, only with no registration and no follow up dinner and presentations. In the future, once we can gather, we will try to have some prize presentations for the children involved in the Derby.
Ontario Family Fishing Week is July 4th to the 12th, and just as in past years, our Bragging Rights Derby will run from 6am on July 4th to 12pm on July 12th. Registration will occur when you send your fish picture to our site email@example.comInclude your name and phone number, and the length of the fish measured from the front of the fish to the fork in the tail (as we have done in previous tournaments). Take a picture of you holding the fish or of the fish on our measuring tape of past derbies. Family pictures would also be a nice addition.
Once the picture is taken, it can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org .Include your name, whether you are a child under 15 or an adult, and the length of the fish; we will post it on our site for all to see. A gallery of the pictures of the largest fish caught for the day will be on the www.sjiha.ca website, so bragging rights will be yours.
Similar to previous derbies, we will have 6 fish species recognised for competition: pike, perch, bass, walleye, trout/salmon and herring (ciscoe), but send pictures of anything you catch, and we will add them to the derby gallery. Like past derbies, this derby is restricted to fishing in Canadian waters in contact with St. Joseph Island. Have fun and stay safe, and we hope you will participate in the St. Joseph Island Hunters and Anglers Bragging Rights Derby.
The Hunters and Anglers Club has suspended all operations including the Outdoor Show until further notice. This action is to ensure compliance with Health Canada recommended actions against the spread of Covid-19 Coronavirus.
The spring sunshine and wide-open spaces in nature are perfect for a social distancing sojourn.
THANK YOU TO OUR GENEROUS SPONSORS: 17 E Trading Post, Algoma AG Centre Co-op,Algoma Insurance Brokers, Algoma Office Equipment, Andrea S. Young RMT, Bennardo Jewellers, Black Bear Café, Bud Robinson’s Motor Sports, Calvin Gilbertson, Camille’s Island Café, Camp Lackanooky, Carl Bowyer, Carl Thomas, Royal Lepage Realty, CBT Excavating/Ryan Burton, Chad Stevens, David Nelson, Exit Realty, Lake Superior, Dionisi Flooring, Dolores Winter Nursing Foot Care, Dr. Berg, Forestland, Fred Court, Gateway Casino, Gord & Sig Robinson, Highland Ford, Hogan’s Homestead/ Erica Hogan, Home Hardware/Echo Bay, Honeywell, Inner City Spring Centre, Invasive Species Centre, Island Market, Jim Davis, John Paterson, Karen Garside, Karhi Contracting Inc., Ken Hanson, Kentvale Home, Hardware/David Kent, Kevin Coombs, Larry Skinkle, M&M Meats, Maitland Lewis, Ford/Lincoln, Makes Scents Maple Products, Mark Dick, McLeod Bros. Mechanical, Miriam Sharpe, Napa Auto Parts, Neil Caughill, Nicki Morin, North Channel Heating & Air Conditioning Inc., North Shore Sentinel, Nor-Therm Ltd., Northshore Tractor, Nottingham North 3-D Archery/ Wayne & Judy Ingram, OFAH, Palmer Group, Perry’s Great Northern Gun & Bow Shop, Pine Plaza Food Basics, Prouse Motors, Quaker Boy, Rack Stacker/Steve Elmy, Randy Fawcett, Rankin Supply, Rebekah & Jason Doyon/ Pet Valu & Glass Employees Ltd., Reg Rickaby, Richard Winter, Rick Crowhurst, Ron Alton & Sheila O’Reilly, Rose Valley Maple Syrup, Ross & Joan Bishop, S & T Electric, S&S Creations, Sault Academy of Flight, Sault Promotions, Savings World, Sigrid Robinson, Sling Choker/Bill Johnstone, Solaray Creations, Soo Greyhounds Hockey, Soo Mill Build-All, Soo Optical, Sports Gold, St. Joseph Island Hunters & Anglers, Stobie Mechanical, Stonefield House, Superior Chrysler, Superior Nissan, Taylor Scarr, The Clansmen Motel, Thessalon & Area Rod & Gun Club, Tiltn’ Hilton Steakhouse, Tini Designs/ Tina Newell, Tom and Laura Surofchek, Tracey Nichol, TSC , Wellington Square Food Basics, Wes & Sharon Stevens, Whipawheel Farm Home Store, Yves Gauthier
The Wild Game Dinner of 2020 was one of the best
yet. The Club is very appreciative of the volunteers who worked preparing,
serving and clearing the dinner, the Chef, Max, and member cooks who created
the many very special dishes, the bakers who provided all the desserts, the
Shamrock Club for doing the dishes, and all the donors of auction items. All
funds go to supporting the Hunter and Anglers programs like the Ernest Eddy
Memorial Children’s Fish Derby, the Awesome Women’s Experience, annual data
gathering of the deer harvest, and public education events, and for support of
our outdoor sports’ heritage through education and partnerships with local and
regional organisations. We look forward
to seeing you at next year’s dinner when we will celebrate the 27th
annual Wild Game Dinner.