THE ALBERTA FISH & GAME ASSOCIATION
“Our passion is to promote through education and programs, the conservation and utilization of fish and wildlife, and to protect
and enhance the habitat they depend upon.“
Primary Focus Areas
Wildlife Trust Fund
The Alberta Fish and Game Association realizes the importance of retaining wildlife habitat on private land.
Hunting & Fishing
The AFGA is recognized by all levels of government as the official spokespersons for organized hunters and anglers interested in the conservation of fish and wildlife.
The Alberta Fish and Game Association is a volunteer-based, not-for-profit charitable organization that advocates the common interests of ethical hunters, anglers and outdoor enthusiasts dedicated to the responsible stewardship of Alberta’s environment.
AFGA offers membership to outdoor enthusiasts, conservationists and hunters/fishers. This membership is available to our 80+ clubs throughout Alberta in bulk, also.
6 Provincial Zones
Is in the southern most part of Alberta, extending from the BC border to the Saskatchewan border. It has the largest expanse of prairie habitat, along with the fascinating southern eastern slopes.
Covers an area form the BC border to the Saskatchewan border. Although it includes some prairie landscape, it is largely a transition area to the parkland area in the east. It’s eastern slopes has some of the finest elk and sheep habitat in Alberta. The city of Calgary is in this zone.
Covers an area from the BC border to the Saskatchewan border. This Zone has the highest percentage of parkland left in the province. There are many fine trout streams in the west along the foothills, much agricultural land and some of the best goose and Whitetail deer country in Alberta.
Covers the area from Edmonton to B.C. border to the west, and includes the area from Whitecourt to Drayton Valley. Some Zone 4 clubs are in the City of Edmonton.
Covers from the City of Edmonton the Saskatchewan border in the east and from the NWT border in the north to Vegreville in the south. It is the largest zone by geography, membership and number of clubs. The boreal forest covers a large portion of the zone, along with some fringe farming areas, and the remnants of the parkland region.
Covers the Peace River block, from the NWT border in the north to Fox Creek in the south. Agricultural land in the fertile Peace area is predominate, with boreal forest covering the rest of the zone. Bear, Whitetail, geese, moose are popular species, along with some excellent fishing opportunities in lakes such as Sturgeon and Slave.