WELCOME TO AMA SPORTSMEN’S ASSOCIATION
Fish and chicken dinners Friday, January 7, 14 and 21.
TAKE OUT ONLY!
The GEORGE DENT in club Fishing Tournament, IS ON.
The Pot-Luck Dinner is On Hold for now due to Covid restrictions.
Mr. Frank Keseru, from the Hunter Safety Program, said it went very well. Future Program times are on hold as a result of current Covid restrictions…
Current Executive Board Re-elected for another term.
Congratulations to all and Thanks for your service.
Indoor Air Rifle and Archery at the Club are Canceled until further notice
Friday night dinners will now be available only on the FIRST FRIDAY of the Month.
TAKE OUT ONLY.
The club was founded as the Essex County Sportsmen Association in 1930. On June 29, 1964, the Amherstburg Branch received their own Letters Patent and became Amherstburg Malden and Anderdon Sportsmen Association. Its intent was for The Preservation and Propagation of Fish and Game. The Association also a venue for fishermen and hunters to get together to share experiences and preserve and promote their beloved sports met at various establishments.
The original clubhouse was built in 1986. With a vibrant volunteer-minded continually expanding membership has undergone numerous additions and renovations, including an indoor Archery / Air Rifle Range, Outdoor Archery, and 3D course to accommodate the member’s needs. The current facilities are fully licensed and will accommodate dinners or receptions up to 250 people. It is located at 468 Lowes Side Road in Amherstburg.
To sign up for a hunters safety course and the P.A.L course, the AMA Sportsmen will still be sponsoring the courses here, but you must contact 519-733-5398 to sign up and pay for the course. We will post the dates we are hosting the course here at the AMA Sportsmen Club.
AMA Longbeards a new chapter of the Canadian Wild Turkey Federation has teamed with the AMA Sportsmen to promote Hunting and getting the youth and women involved in this sport. Conduct conservation projects to help not only Wild Turkeys but other wildlife to flourish in Essex County.