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Onondaga County Federation of Sportsmen’s Clubs

The Onondaga County Federation of Sportsmen’s Clubs represents between 35 and 40 active sporting clubs in the Central New York area, representing, in total, over 5000 active sportsmen and women.

Since 1928, OCFSC has supported programs and activities which are crucial to the sustainability of our hunting and fishing heritage, such as public education and safety outdoor sporting events and legislative change.


Onondaga County Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs Annual Awards Banquet

Sportsmen’s Award Banquet

April 5, 2019

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Women In Nature

The Women in Nature program was designed as a way to get more women involved in outdoor activities, such as hunting, fishing, archery, trapping, outdoor cooking and competitive shooting sports. Every year the WIN program attracts hundreds women and girls of all skill levels, filling to capacity every year.

Sportsmen's Days

Held every September at Carpenter's Brook, Sportsman Days celebrates National Hunting and Fishing Day and is one of the largest such events in New York State. This family oriented event includes numerous outdoor activities for both adults and children.

Pheasant Program

The Pheasant Release Program began at the Jamesville Correctional Facility and is now a joint project between Onondaga County and several of the Federation's clubs. Every year the program raises and releases nearly 4000 pheasants across public lands to help support upland hunting throughout Central New York.

Questions or comments?

Contact a OCFSC representative here...