Here is the Corps invitation to participate in public scoping for the Yakima Delta Ecosystem Restoration Feasibility Study.  Scoping comments will be accepted from November 20, 2019 until December 19, 2019. 

A public information open house will be held at the Richland Community Center at 500 Amon Park Drive in Richland, Washington on Wednesday, November 20 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. 

For more information see this website:


Public scoping information letter

Yakima Delta factsheet

Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Draft Sunnyside-Snake River Wildlife Area Management Plan is available for public review.

WDFW seeks public comment on liberalizing limits for bass, walleye, and channel catfish, and updates to game fish rules.

SHOUT OUTS: Thank you to Jack Pickard, Ben Webb and Dave Myers for their multiple clean up jobs on the clubs Traeger. It is one thing to cook but it’s another beast completely to clean a behemoth like that each time the feast is over!

SHOUT OUTS: Dale Schielke the club thanks you for your ongoing efforts in really leading the charge on planning, purchasing and inventory for all the club’s special activities. You might not think much of it, but we really do appreciate all that you do!

WANTED- The RRGC is in search of a new Chief Hunter Education Instructor. This is for the RRGC classes that are in a traditional classroom setting and are fully funded/backed by the club. If you or someone you know is interested in this position please contact Richard Sharp at (509)551-6785.

The Richland Rod and Gun Club meets at the Richland Public Library 955 Northgate Dr, Richland, WA 99352, on the first non-holiday Tuesday of each month at 7:00 PM, except July and August. The meetings are open to the public and consist of a short business meeting followed by a program of current interest.

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2019 Newsletter


Richland Rod and Gun Club is a 501(c)(3)  Tax Exempt Organization. Donations made to Richland Rod and Gun Club are tax-deductible.

Our Pledge: I give my pledge as an American to save and faithfully defend from waste the natural resources of my country; it's air, soils and minerals; it's forests, waters, and wildlife.  I will help educate future generations to be responsible caretakers of the resources of America.


Richland Rod & Gun Club is an organized group of hunters, fishermen, and conservationists who share a common interest in the outdoors. Each year the Club members volunteer in a number of work projects that improve wildlife habitat, educate young potential hunters / fisherman, and raise funds for Club projects.


The RICHLAND ROD & GUN CLUB meets the first non holiday Tuesday of each month except July and August at 7:00 at the Richland Public Library.

The meetings are open to the public and consist of a short business meeting followed by a program of current interest.

Board meetings are held on the third Tuesday at 7:00 at Griggs hunter education facility in Pasco.


Membership in the Richland Rod & Gun Club can be obtained by filling out an application and mailing it, with your dues for one year, to:



P. 0. BOX 337


Or, give the completed application to any Club Member

Get Involved

The Richland Rod and Gun Club offers opportunities to work in activities associated with wildlife and the outdoors. We would like to work with you on projects or programs in the following areas. Hunter Education, Fishing, Dog Training, Scholarship, Public Lands, Youth Activities, Migratory Waterfowl, Habitat, Game Birds, Big Game , Landowner Relations, Newsletter.

Any contributions, suggestions, or criticism to the RRGC website should be emailed to, admin@richlandrodandgun.org

Richland, WA         (509) 551-9066

Kennewick, WA      (509) 551-6785

Pasco, WA

Tri-Cities, WA           RRGC.org

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