Fish Point Wildlife Association

  Fish Point Wildlife Association  
  Wildlife Refuge and Managed Hunting Area
Northwest Tuscola County, Michigan
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Ok everyone, it is time to start thinking about our annual banquet again.  Please go to the "News letters" page and find the link to the word document titled "2018 FPWA Banquet letter and order form" You will be able to download the document to your computer and fill out ...
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  Welcome to Fish Point Wildlife Association!

The Saginaw Bay Region, including the Fish Point area, has traditionally been used intensively by waterfowl hunters. As management efforts resulted in more waterfowl using the Wildlife area, hunter numbers steadily increased. When overcrowding became a problem, the managed hunting concept was implemented in 1971. Today the area totals 3,631 acres and public use of the area consists of hunting, trapping, bird watching, and fishing.


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2018 Banquet

This years banquet was a huge success!!!! Everyone had had a great time and many of our guests won some pretty great prizes. Of course the annual banquet would not be possible without everyone's support and generosity. And of course a huge thank you to our sponsors and contributors to this years banquet. Your donations ensured our contiued success in raising funds for our wildlife habitat and hunting areas. We also would like to thank those of you who worked our banquet, your efforts were greatly appreciated. Now we're looking forward to next years banquet and the 2018 duck hunting season!!!


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Membership

If you are interested in becoming a member of FPWA, here is our current membership dues:

Adult 1 Year $20.00

Adult 3 Year $50.00

Junior 1 Year $5.00

Please make checks payable to: Fish Point Wildlife Association

Mail to Fish Point Wildlife Association

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