We are an all-volunteer, 501c3 non-profit group promoting effective
conservation, teaching hunting ethics and good sportsmanship, supporting
education to prevent pollution, and improving and increasing outdoor recreation
opportunities,  especially hunting and fishing.
Kittitas County Field & Stream Club
1919 - 2019  Celebrating 100 Years of "Working Today For Tomorrow's Wildlife"
Ellensburg, Washington

Kittitas County Field & Stream
P.O. Box 522
Ellensburg WA  98926

Copyright KCFS © 2019
Contact Us
Buy your license in person at
Authorized License Sale Locations in Kittitas County
or on the web
WDFW website

broadband Internet transmissions to bring live views of  
wildlife   to their biologists' desks and to your home.
WDFW WildWatchCams Homepage
Licensing & Permits
(WDFW website)

View more
hunting regulations
Donate $25 or more
today and receive a free
Club Meetings -- Public Welcome
Second Monday of each month at
Hal Holmes Community Center, Ellensburg at 7:30pm
What's New
Welcome to the Upper Yakima Basin Project
Your participation in this 10-minute survey will help land managers know
more about where you recreate and the natural resources you value.

Learn more about the survey
Membership Matters

-  When our club was formed in 1919, did our founders imagine
we'd be "Working Today for Tomorrow's Wildlife"
a century later

-  Please help us keep going strong...
become a member,
volunteer at our projects.

Your help will keep the outdoor heritage of our county strong for years to

-  Many, many thanks to our
dedicated volunteers and generous community
for all our successful years!
WDFW has updated their website and we are
searching for this link, if still available
Survey open through February 2020 | your input wanted
USDA Forest Service photo
The National Visitor Use Monitoring (NVUM)
survey is being conducted on the Okanogan-
Wenatchee National Forest starting October 1,
2019 and will go through September 30, 2020.

“The survey is entirely voluntary,” said Forest
Recreation Program Manager Suzanne Cable.
“It is extremely important for people to
participate so we can assess visitor experiences
on the national forest and strive to make it a
better place to visit. We really appreciate all
those who are willing to answer a few
questions. It’s important for interviewers to
talk with local people using the forest, as well
as out-of-area visitors, so all are represented in
the study.”
full news release
2020 Hunter Ed
Our Hunter Ed Team has scheduled their 2020 classes,
which are held in Kittitas 98934.
Each class is four weekday evenings of classroom study and
one Saturday Field Skills Evaluation (Range Day).  Students must
attend each day.
Our sponsored classes are free
Online sign up only at the WDFW website

Incidents in Kittitas County under investigation
--8x8 elk killed along First Creek, near FS 3506
--elk killed near Elk Heights

Anyone with information is encouraged to report.
Information leading to an arrest may be eligible for a cash reward or
bonus points for special permit hunting opportunities.

There are multiple ways to report:

*Call 911 to report poaching in progress, a dangerous wildlife complaint,
or an emergency

*Call 877-933-9847 for non-emergency poaching/violation reports.

*Send an email to reportpoaching@dfw.wa.gov

*Text a tip to 847411 (TIP411).  Enter WDFWTIP, followed by a
space, and then enter your report

*Use the WDFW
online reporting form
8x8 elk poached near First Creek
WDFW photo
Thanks, EHS Choir, for the festive entertainment at our
Christmas Party celebrating a year of terrific projects!

Please become a member and help us launch
a successful second century of
Working Today for Tomorrow's Wildlife!
Enter to win great prizes.
Deadline: February 9, 2020
• View Rules & Regulations
• All approved entries will be displayed at the 31st Annual Central
Washington Sportsmen Show, February 14-16, 2020

CWSS info
Photo Contest info
Aaron Kuntz receives the Life Member Award
from Club President Bill Essman at our 2019 Christmas Party.
His wife Jennifer and daughters did a great job keeping it a surprise!

Aaron has served as an Officer or Board Member for over a decade. He is also a
volunteer Hunter Education instructor, serving on our team for 14 years. Plus, he
represented the club for two years on the DNR/WDFW Naneum to Columbia
Recreation Advisory Committee.
Congrats, Aaron, and thank you for your dedication!