Meet the GOABC Team

Executive Team Michael YoungPresidentTerm 2022-2024 Aaron Fredlund 1st Vice President Term 2023-2025 Doug McMann2nd Vice PresidentTerm 2022-2024 Directors Jake GunsonTerm 2022-2024 Ray JacksonTerm 2023-2025 Justin KeutzerTerm 2023-2025 Scott PichetteTerm 2022-2024 Regional Directors Darren DelucaRegion 1 & 2Vancouver Island and Coast Ben StouracRegion 3Thompson Sam MedcalfRegion 4Southern/Kootenay Stewart FraserRegion 5Cariboo Chilcotin Jim LancasterRegion 6Northwest/Skeena Shana DennisRegion […]

Youth Hunting

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First Nations Guide Mentorship Program

The provincial government has entrusted the GOABC with money to fund projects that establish positive ongoing relationships between outfitters and individual First Nations.

Sustainable Use

The Guide Outfitters Association of British Columbia is a strong supporter of The North American Wildlife Conservation Model.

Fair Chase Food Program

2018 Kelowna donation board

People are becoming increasingly concerned about the number of miles between soil and plate, pesticides on their produce, and hormones in their meat.

Wildlife Stewardship

Hunters and outfitters care about wildlife and take a long-term approach to its management. They also invest thousands of volunteer hours into initiatives that benefit wildlife and its habitat.

Wildlife Conservation Fee

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The Wildlife Conservation Fee (WCF) was established by GOABC to help ensure that non-residents will continue to have the opportunity to hunt in British Columbia, Yukon, and NWT.

Members Directory

members directory

Use the search function to find our members by game or fish species, hunt features and activities offered.

Complaint Process

The GOABC takes complaints against our members very seriously and invests significant administrative time in attaining resolution. Before filing an Ethics and Standards complaint, the hunter must attempt to remedy the situation with the guide outfitter. If this fails and before submitting a complaint to the GOABC, the hunter must confirm that the guide outfitter […]

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