About Us

Bucks County Fish & Game Association is the oldest Sportsmans Clubs in the state started in 1894. Nestled in Bucks County on the outskirts of Doylestown the 37 acre club offers lots of activities for all ages and disciplines. The Civil War Northern fighters and First World War used the facility for certification marksmanship programs. Today the club is used for sport. The club offers excellent equipment, facility and training in Archery, Rifle and pistol shooting, Trap and Youth Programs. The Neshaminy Creek runs along the club grounds and offers excellent fishing. The club is a sportsmans paradise conveniently located for every member to enjoy.

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Board Of Governors 

Executive Committee
1.  Charlie Ziccardi – President
2.  Robert “DOC” Satterfield – Vice President
3.  Robert Schleyer – Recording Secretary
4.  Sandra Gordon – Treasurer
5.  Karl Von Bueren – Sgt @ Arms
Board of Governors
6.  Ed Stevens – Rifle & Pistol
7.  Frank Calderone – Trap
8.  Rich Balsamo – Range Safety
9.  Art Forgione – Club Newsletter
10.  Hank Galloway – Archery
11. Tom Ledoux – Adult Pistol
12.  Ron Lopit – Disciplinary Committee
13.  Bill Matthews – Black Powder
14.  Jule Maurer – Bldgs & Grounds
15. Gerry Maurer – Black Powder
16.  Barry Miller – Black Powder
17.  Robert Schmidt – Youth Rifle
18.  Fred Salberta – CMP & 3 Gun
19.  Mary Wheeler – Membership Secretary/Youth Field Day Coordinator
20. Kevin Reilley – Youth Rifle
Contributing Members
  Robert Whitley – Club Legal Counsel