The New Brunswick Wildlife Federation (NBWF) is a provincial non-profit organization of hunters, anglers and shooters working for wildlife through branches and individual membership since 1924.
Over the years, the Federation has represented the concerns of the outdoor sports person while addressing the problems facing our wildlife and its habitat.
The Federation has over 30 member branches throughout the Province, and approximately 4000 members and countless supporters.
Read more about NBWF…
Moose Draw Dates Announced for 2015 Season by the Dept of Natural Resources:
01 May 2015
FREDERICTON (GNB) – Hunters can apply for the annual moose draw from May 19 to June 12 for a five-day hunting season.
“We looked at the data collected by biologists and will maintain a five-day season again this year,” Natural Resources Minister Denis Landry said. “However, in the months ahead, our government will consult with stakeholders and collect ideas and thoughts on the management of the moose hunting season for 2016, with the goal of respecting our commitment to return to a three-day season.”
The number of licences will remain practically unchanged for this year at 4,612 licences, only 20 less than last year.
Last year, there were 3,690 moose harvested.
Hunters can register and apply through the province’s new e-licensing system this year. They can also register and apply at vendors, or at Service New Brunswick centres.
The resident moose hunting season will run from Sept. 22 to Sept 26. Every year more than 60,000 people apply to the moose draw.
Yours in conservation,
NBWF Admin Assistant
Congratulations to conservation lottery winner, Bob LeBlanc of Moncton NB ticket # 375 (purchased at the Moncton Sportsman’s Show.) He chose the Sage 9 ft. Fly Rod as his prize.
The NBWF Master Angler Program is now (2015) available and ready to accept your entry forms.
For more information, check out our NBWF Master Angler Program Information…
The Master Angler Award Program is completely funded and run by the NBWF.
The “Becoming an Outdoors Woman (BOW)” program is for ladies 18 years old and up who have never tried outdoor activities and would like to learn new skills or improve existing skills. The courses are all beginner level introductory courses.
“Come discover the outdoors with us!“
2015 BOW Brochure…
Register as soon as possible. Limited spaces available!
2015 Registration Form…
Scheduled BOW program to take place June 5th, 6th and 7th at the Green Hill Lake Camp in Lower Hainesville, NB.
For more information on the BOW program, please contact Nathalie Michaud
Phone: (506) 426-9779
Canadian Safe Boating Council (CSBC)
Heading out early in the season? Download these important Early Spring Fishing tips.
For more safe boating tips visit: www.csbc.ca
On January 17, 2015, at our Board of Director’s meeting, the draw was made for the “10 Year Hunt and Fish for Free” lottery. And the lucky winner is Jamie Kenney from St. Stephen, NB Ticket # 93. Congratulations, Jamie!
Regarding the April 4th 2014 Conservation and Harvesting Plan for Striped Bass
Southern Gulf Region
Following the release of the above mentioned plan and a April 4th news release on the 2014 striped bass recreational fishery, the NBWF was invited to attend an advisory committee at the Gulf Fisheries Centre on April 16th.
Full Report Available Here…