Welcome to our newly redesigned and formatted webpage. Since the end of 2022 your committee has been working closely with David Bacon, (our web master) to update our operating system of some ten years old. In addition we wanted a more streamline intuitive site in which members could maneuver around more easily. Of further interest; it is our hope to post two pictures each Monday “from the field”. While our efforts have been behind the scenes so as not to disrupt our past site, we were in a hurry to share this site with you as soon as we could. Most importantly, our records keeping program has also been upgraded. We are looking forward to resume work on a new Record Book. Our apologies upfront as we know we do not have every animal listed that was turned in to our records department. There are roughly four years of harvested animals which were compromised due to the old system. WE NEED YOUR HELP! If you know about animals and hunters names missing please contact:
Please include the name of the hunter, species of animal harvested, County, the date, score and several of your highest pixel photographs in the email so the animal(s) can be researched for entry. Thank you in advance for helping us to recreate our records and the integrity of our club!
In 1962, and still today, the purpose of the Big Game Records Club was to provide a fair and complete records system for big game animals taken by bowhunters within the state boundaries of California, and to provide a system of goals by which bowhunters throughout the state may set their own standards….
Animals may be submitted for Record Book entry if they meet or exceed the listed minimum score, or for Species Credit if they fail to meet the record book minimum. At the present time we are accepting record book entry applications for the following species with minimum scores…