Erie County Federation of Sportsmen’s Clubs
Our first Teach Me to Fish event is scheduled for Saturday June 26th. Click this text to download the event flyer.
You MUST pre-register by clicking the TMTF icon below!
Time to get out and ice fish. In This Issue: That's a Wrap - 2021 Round Whitefish Egg Collection Complete Lake Champlain Ice Fishing Survey - Year 2 Underway The 2022 Ice Fishing Season - It's Almost Here! CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE DEC WEBSITE
There's still time to hunt this year. Late seasons are a great time to put some venison in the freezer or donate venison to others. During the late seasons DEC encourages hunters to continue to pass up young, small-antlered bucks. Focusing harvest on antlerless deer...
Become a New York State licensed guide. The State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) today announced that examinations are scheduled for individuals seeking to become licensed guides in New York State. The exams being offered are for guiding in the...
Be aware that there are people that are now promoting the Wind Turbines in Lake Erie (See Image), threatening our water of life and our fishery.
Proposals Include More Conservative Statewide Regulations and Experimental Regulations to Improve Fishing Opportunities for Larger Sunfish CLICK FOR MORE INFORMATION
Consuming contaminated water or fish can cause serious illness and skin exposure can cause rashes. Dogs and small children are most at risk.What is a harmful algal bloom? A Harmful Algal Bloom (HAB) contains organisms that can produce toxins. Most algae are harmless...
Enforcement Action Against Cascades Containerboard Packaging, Inc., in Niagara Falls and more... Click here to view in your browser
The state DEC on Thursday confirmed Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease in Columbia, Dutchess, Greene, Nassau, Oswego, Suffolk, and Ulster counties. DEC is tracking suspected cases in Albany, Jefferson, Oneida, Orange, Putnam, Rensselaer, Rockland, Sullivan, and Westchester...
Hunting out of state?Check the latest rules to reduce spreading Chronic Wasting Disease Bowhunting UpdatesBow season opens on October 1st in the Southern Zone. Crossbow hunters are required to possess a muzzleloader certificate. Click for more information...
New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Basil Seggos today announced that most small game hunting seasons open on Friday, Oct. 1, across New York State. Click for more information - including special youth and military hunting...
ECFSC awards FREE lifetime hunting and fishing licenses to youth applicants residing in Erie County and under the age of 16.
This event allows attendees to participate in a variety of events including fishing, trap, small bore rifle shooting, air guns and archery.
Active in our community
The best way to teach children how to conserve is to start young. Education and empowerment are the gifts we must give our children and the tools they will use to make the world a better place for generations to come.
The Erie County Federation of Sportsmen‛s Clubs sponsors youth programs designed to teach conservation and how to respect and preserve our natural resources.
The Council’s members are a dedicated group of volunteers who donate their time and resources to advocate for their fellow sportsmen and women, tracking bills affecting the sporting community, and following issues like land use throughout New York State. As new concerns arise, the NYSCC is a consistent voice for conservation and wise land use in the hearing rooms of the NYS Legislature.
Fish & Wildlife Management Board
The State FWMB meets biannually to consider issues submitted by Regional Boards, advisory members and others that pertain to fish and wildlife management in the state. Over the years, the role of the State FWMB has become that of a citizen forum for examination of such issues, with a particular slant toward the viewpoint of the private landowner. The power of the Board consists solely of the advocacy of its resolutions.
We support many conservation groups – from Fishing with Heroes helping disabled vets gain access to sport fishing, to West Falls youth archery camp where camp attendees get hands-on training and earn a NYS Bowhunter Certification.
Youth trappers are trained by experienced mentors. We sponsor NYS High School Clay Target League teams in Erie County.
President - Jeff Jondle
1st Vice President - Frank Miskey Sr.
2nd Vice President - Cheryl Schenne
Treasurer - David Rosner
Recording Secretary - Rich Davenport
Corresponding Sec. - Roxann Ferazzoli
Membership - Frank Miskey
Archery & Bowhunting - Marc Alessi
Awards - Frank Miskey Sr.
Banquet - Frank Miskey Jr.
Big Game - Marc Alessi
Budget & Finance - David Rosner
Bylaws - Schenne/Rosner/Miskey
Council Resolutions - Rich Davenport
Crossbow - Tom Fischer
Education - Chuck Godfrey
Environment - Chuck Godfrey
Exhibits / Shows - Hope Melnyk
Fish - Joe Fischer / Tom Fischer / Larry Jones
Fund Raising - Frank Miskey Jr.
FWMB - Chuck Godfrey
Hunter Education - Frank Miskey Sr.
Internal Controls - Tom Fischer / Bob Avery
Law Enforcement - Jim Bittner
Legislation - Carl Leas
Membership Outreach - Chuck Godfrey
NHFD - Frank Miskey Jr / Rich Davenport
Nominations - Frank Miskey Jr.
NYSCC - Dan Tone
Small Game - Dan Tone
TMTF - Bob Avery co-Chair
Tom Fischer co-Chair
Trapping - Patti & Rick Wattengel
Waterfowl - George Rockey
Website - Joe McAdams / Rich Davenport
WNY Environ. Fed. - Dan Tone / Joe Fischer
Youth Lifetime License - Chuck Godfrey