HOPEWELL FISH & GAME ASSOCIATION
Since 1940 Hopewell Fish and Game Association has maintained the goal of bringing together outdoor sports minded men & women, and their families, to educate and share their interest in hunting, fishing, target sports, camping, and more. In particular, we strive to conserve, maintain, protect and restore soils, water, and wildlife; and to promote means and opportunities for the education of the broader public with respect to such resources. We hold firm the belief that true sportsmanship consists not only in the education, conservation and propagation of fish and wildlife but doing so in cooperation with and respecting the rights of farmers and landowners.
Pursuant of our mission, we host or participate in many public service programs each year. These include Youth Days, Hunter Safety classes, Community festivals, Scouting Events, Police and First Responder Events, and School Events.
We invite all to visit our calendar of events. Come join us to celebrate the great outdoors and encourage/educate others to make it a larger part of their lives, responsibly.
Hopewell Fish and Game Association is a registered 501(c)3.
YOUTH TROUT AREA 2022
On April 2nd, 2022 our Youth Trout Fishing Area (15 and under only) will be closed to anyone 16 years of age and older.
(ANYONE 16 years of age or older ARE NOT PERMITTED TO FISH. PERIOD.) For the first 30 days of trout season this area is Designated Exclusive Use Area for kids 15 and under ONLY. It is unlawful for a person other than a child 15 years old and under to fish in a designated exclusive use area.
ASSISTANCE TO CHILDREN DEFINED
An adult may assist a child by baiting hooks, removing fish from the line, netting fish, preparing the fishing rod for use and untangling the line without possessing a valid fishing license.
An adult may not fish or set the hook for their child in a designated Children/Special Population Area.
For directions to our Designated Exclusive Use Area, CLICK HERE
2022 Veterans Archery Shoot Registration
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NEED HOURS? HELP WANTED
There are ALWAYS things needing done at Hopewell Fish and Game. For immediate assistance finding hours, call Michael Males at: 443-928-1940 or Gary Stephenson at: 215-531-4664
Or you can refer to our WORK DETAIL page for the current list of things to be done by clicking HERE.
Archery - Jarvis Green
Trout Co-Op - Allan Masters
Youth Programs - Mike Males & Ryan Maters
Hunter Safety - Larry Shultz
Big Buck Contest - Dave Marsteller
Gun Raffle - Mike Waltermyer
Jim Coyle - email@example.com
Range Safety (RSO) - Paul Scarborough
Phil Seaks - 717-495-4124
RJ Knuth - 717-993-2067
Shotgun/Sporting Clays - Cary Walsh
Shotgun Clinic - John O'Neill
Groundhog Shoots - Scott Wills
Legislative Watch - Don Helms
(Membership Vice President)
As of January 2021, Hopewell Fish and Game Association is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and has been approved by the Internal Revenue Service as a tax-exempt, charitable organization.