OUTDOOR ADVENTURE PROGRAM

The Outdoor Adventure Program is a FREE experience assisted by the Williams Lake Sportsmen’s Association and is maintained and hosted by the generous efforts of Wayne Biffert and family.

This service is open to all, members and non-members. We will provide seniors, mobility impaired, disabled persons and care givers an outdoor experience in a safe environment and the use of the WLSA all terrain vehicle. We are offering it to anyone, resident, if you are new to the area, or just stopping in town for a day or two (Williams Lake Stampede Week, mountain bike trails, archery/range events) and would like to venture outside of the normal town experience.

By June 2019, Wayne and family has 8 bookings for this program. We encourage care givers and friends to take advantage of this opportunity.

The experience will start from Biff’s Ponds at 2710 Dog Creek Road Williams Lake BC

Wayne also offers a stocked fishing hole from which Club members and non-members have pulled award wining catches!!! and he has a fire pit so if you want to bring hot dogs, chips, pop, etc. to have a wiener roast, by all means do so. 

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Some photos courtesy of Williams Lake Tribune

Give Wayne a call for more information or to make arraignments at 250-392-7460, or email at wbiffert@thelakebc.ca

Rick Hansen Foundation

W.L. Loghaulers Assoc.

West Fraser Truckers Assoc.

W.L. & District Credit Union

Pinnacle Renewable Energy Inc.

Atlantic Power Corporation

Biffert Family & Supporters

 

Royal Canadian Legion #139

Gibraltar Mines Ltd.

Chimney Creek Lumber

Cameron & Co.

Tell-Tale Signs & Printing

Steel Horse Performance Ltd

Williams Lake Sportsmen’s Association

Most importantly, we would like to thank these organizations and people who have contributed enormously to make this all possible.

BIFF'S PONDS

2710 Dog Creek Road Williams Lake BC

Biff’s Ponds are not part of the Williams Lake Sportsmen’s Association facility but are offered to all, especially to our senior, mobility impaired and disabled citizens for events and as part of the Outdoor Adventure Program through the generosity of the Biffert family

Biff’s Ponds is a private country location at 2710 Dog Creek Road Williams Lake and is run by Wayne Biffert family with an ATV and financial support by the Williams Lake Sportsmen’s Association.

Wayne can be contacted at 250-392-7460 or wbiffert@thelakebc.ca

Wayne and family would love to see you and your family come out. Person(s) with mobility issues is not a concern so PLEASE call Wayne to make arraignments.

Family Day Fishing Sunday June 16 2019 (Fathers Day)

What is BC’s Family Fishing Weekend?

BC’s Family Fishing Weekend is a celebration of the great sport of fishing and getting outdoors. 2019 marks the 20th annual event weekend.

Each event is organized by dedicated groups in each community with help from the Family Fishing Society of BC. As well as encouraging youngsters to come out and fish, the events are an excellent opportunity to share the importance of fish and their fragile habitat. The goals of the Society and of the event are to increase angler participation, promote B.C.’s world-class freshwater and tidal (saltwater) sport fishery plus develop greater public respect and awareness for our outdoor resources.

The Family Fishing Society was awarded the National Recreational Fisheries Award by Fisheries and Oceans Canada in recognition of the long lasting and positive impacts of (re)introducing thousands of kids and families to recreational fishing in British Columbia. The Family Fishing Society of British Columbia was created in 1999 to encourage all British Columbians to take up recreational angling as a pastime and to enjoy British Columbia’s world-class sport fishing opportunities.

BIFF’S PONDS IS PROUD TO BE  AFFILIATED WITH THIS ORGANIZATION

This was a sanctioned event by …. Family Fishing Society of BC

15 minute drive from Hwy 97 (14.5 km)
Plenty of parking
Don't have a rod? No problem
Three ponds, no waiting!
It was about this big, honest!
They are in there, just have to catch them.
FAMILY FISHERMAN AWARD
Parker Cook (7)shows off his catch while Cameron Cook (3) looks on. (Cameron caught his fish later this day)
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