​​​SEMIAHMOO FISH AND GAME CLUB

1284 - 184th Street

Surrey, British Columbia  CANADA

V3Z 9R9

Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

This notice is an update on the ongoing cancellation or postponement of all regular club activities and rental events as a result of the COVID-19 Pandemic. For the past number of weeks all indoor range and hall events have been cancelled. This has included the regular weekly Navy League Cadet; Sea Cadet and Air Cadet activities. In addition, it has been necessary to cancel several wedding receptions, celebrations of life and community/corporate meetings scheduled to be held in the hall. The status of wedding receptions and other events scheduled for June, July and August are currently under review.

Operations at the hatchery have been reduced to a minimum. A limited number of volunteers continue to be engaged to allow for the regular maintenance of the salmon and trout stock as well as monitoring and maintaining the extensive infrastructure associated with the operation of the hatchery. Access to the hatchery building is limited to the volunteers who are respecting the recommended social separation. Unfortunately, over 60 Elementary school tours have been cancelled.

Further updates will be posted as guidance is provided by the Provincial health authorities.

The Semiahmoo Fish & Game Club was incorporated in 1957 by a group of conservation minded people in the White Rock, Surrey and Langley area. The primary focus of the group was the restoration of the local Little Campbell River which had been severely damaged by years of unregulated gravel removal in the watershed.For the next 23 years, club volunteers not only worked to restore the river and its tributaries, but also raised funds with the vision of acquiring land on their beloved river. 

The Club house, shown above, is very popular for hosting weddings and other events.  For hall rental details please click on the Hall Rental link above.  You can read more about the History of our Club here or watch the video below for more of an overview of the Little Campbell River Hatchery.