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ABOUT:

The Earlton Fish & Game Club was chartered in 1953. It is located in beautiful Greene County, NY. Our mission is to promote interest in Hunting, Trapping, Fishing, Shooting, Boating and any other Lawful sports; to conserve, restore, and aid in the managing the game, fish and other wildlife and its habitat in Earlton and its environs; to seek and procure better fishing and hunting for the sportsmen; to cooperate in obtaining proper respect for, and observation of, fish and game laws, and as far as possible, to spread knowledge of useful wildlife and  to encourage our youth to participate in all of the above.

MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION: Click link to print: 

Thank you for your interest in the Earlton Fish and Game Club.

At this time we do not have a process to submit online applications.

Applicants must be a citizen of the United States of America, eligible for a Hunting and Fishing License and of suitable character and interest of the Earlton Fish and Game Club.

Applicants will need 2 club members to sponsor membership and sign application prior to submitting.

Members are responsible for 5 service hours per year in lieu of $50 assessment plus dues. It is expected that members will participate and attend fundraising events.

Application Fees: Initiation Fee $40.00 plus Annual Dues $100.00 prorated quarterly received by the month of application.

  • Jan/Feb/Mar $100 Dues + $40 Initiation Fee (Total $140)

  • Apr/May/Jun $75 Dues + $40 Initiation Fee (Total $115)

  • Jul/Aug/Sep $50 Dues + $40 Initiation Fee (Total $90)

  • Oct/Nov/Dec $25 Dues + $40 Initiation Fee (Total $65)

 

If the applicant is applying with their spouse, only one Initiation Fee will be collected for both applicants. If the applicant’s spouse is already a member, then the Initiation Fee will be waived for the new applicant

 

The application is to be presented to the membership by the sponsor(s). The sponsors will speak on the applicant’s behalf. The Applicant needs to attend one meeting with at least one of the sponsors to address the membership prior to being voted in. Voting generally takes place at the meeting after the applicant attends and addresses membership. Attendance is not required to be voted in.

 

New Members will get oriented to the Bylaws, Operating Procedures and club property and rules before using facilities. ​

 

Paid memberships expire Dec 31st each year and need to be renewed for the following year

 

All New Members must attest that 1) they meet the Club’s membership requirements as defined by the Bylaws and Standard Operating and 2) once voted in, agree to abide by Club Bylaws, Standard Operating Procedures, any and all rules set forth by the membership and its officers.

 

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