Listed below are a few questions that are asked frequently by both
members and non-members and the appropriate answers to each of them.
We hope these answers are some of the answers that you are currently
Q: How and when can I become a member of the Fish & Game
A: Every year the association determines if new members are
needed to help us reach our desired membership ceiling. If new members
are deemed necessary to achieve our membership goals, the dates
and times when new member applications will be accepted, (usually
in late January) will be determined. Those dates will then be posted
on this website and made available to our membership as early as
possible. More in depth information can be accessed by clicking
on the Membership bar on our homepage, and selecting the "How to
Join" bar from the drop down menu.
Q: I have lost or damaged my gate pass card or I would like
to obtain an additional card for my spouse, who should I contact?
A: The technology committee is responsible
for issuing and making sure that all members in good standing have
working gate pass cards. You can contact the Technology Chairman by clicking on his email link on the Chairmans Page
Q: Is there a fee for replacement or additional gate pass
A: Member cards that no longer work properly must be turned
into the technology committee. Those cards will be deactivated immediately
and replaced without charge to the member. Cards that are damaged
or lost will also be immediately deactivated then replaced. The cost to replace a lost, stolen
or damaged card is $25.00 The cost for an additional card for your spouse is
Q: What types of activities can non-members participate in
at the club?
A: As your guest, non-members may participate in any activity
at the club you are able to, EXCEPT FOR HUNTING OR FISHING. As a
dues paying member you may invite up to five guests to join in fun
activities at the club. Groups of guests larger than five per member
must be approved by the board of directors. You will be held responsible
for the actions and behavior of your guests, so choose them wisely.
Q: What should I do with the annual picnic sweepstakes tickets
that I received in my annual membership package?
A: These tickets are paid for as part of your annual membership.
You can either put your name on the stubs and simply turn them in
at the club to the ticket sales chairman or the annual picnic chairman
prior to the annual picnic. Or you can sell them to a friend, then
turn in their money and the stubs prior to the date of our annual
Q: Can I rent the GCF&G clubhouse for a party or reception?
If so how much will it cost?
A: Information regarding our clubhouse including rental guidelines
and a fee schedule can be found by clicking on the general information
tab on our home page, dropping down to the facilities bar, then
clicking on clubhouse.
Q: If I see someone doing something at the club that is illegal,
dangerous, or inappropriate as clearly defined by our ground rules
and / or constitution how can I bring it to the attention of the
appropriate committee chairman or the board of directors?
A: There is no correct answer to this question. There are however
several options which could be correct methods for handling such
a difficult situation. You could approach the individual(s) involved
and identify yourself as a club member and ask them to provide you
with proper ID. Verify they are a member and ask them for their
name. But, perhaps the best way to handle such an awkward situation
would be to discreetly gather all the information making as many
observations as you can, then contact the chairmen over the area
where the incident took place via the telephone or club email.