The Jefferson Sportsmen’s Association is organized to conserve, restore, and manage the game, fish and other wildlife and its habitat in Jefferson and the surrounding area; to seek to procure better fishing and hunting for sportsmen; to promote and maintain friendly relations with land owners and sportsmen; to cooperate in obtaining proper respect for, and observation of, the fish and game laws; and to spread knowledge of useful wildlife among the resident of Jefferson and vicinity.
Download the PDF documents below for more information into JSA.
Hunters Code of Ethics
- I will consider myself an invited guest of the landowner and get their permission before
using their land.
- I will obey rules of safe firearm handling and encourage others to do so.
- I will obey game laws and regulations and insist that my companions do so as well.
- I will acquire good marksmanship and hunting skills to ensure clean, sportsmanlike kills.
- I will support conservation efforts to ensure hunting in future years.
- I will help other hunters learn skills and attitudes necessary to allow them to become true
Officers & Trustees
- Doug Boyer – President
- Mel Nace – Vice President
- Dennis Powers – Recording Secretary
- Geoffrey Hoertz – Treasurer
- Richard Cox – Membership Secretary
- Susan Reimold – Corresponding Secretary
- Jeff Thomas – Trustee
- Dennis Myers – Trustee
- Bob Yeater – Trustee
- Ken Myers – Trustee
- Dave Nace – Trustee
- Phil Stansfield – Trustee
The Ten Commandments of Gun Safety
Guns are not toys, they must be handled properly. NEVER handle a gun without adult
supervision. NEVER let anyone you are with mix alcohol, or drugs and guns. ALWAYS
follow these IMPORTANT safety rules.
- Always keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction.
- Guns should be unloaded when not actually in use.
- Don’t rely on your gun’s “safety”. Treat every gun as if it can fire at any time.
- Be sure of your target and what’s beyond it.
- Use correct ammunition.
- If your gun fails to fire when the trigger is pulled, HANDLE WITH CARE. Keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction and get adult help.
- Always wear eye and ear protection when shooting.
- Be sure the barrel is clear of obstructions before shooting.
- Don’t alter or modify your gun, and DO have your gun serviced regularly.
- Learn the mechanical and handling characteristics of the firearm you are using.
Do not use any firearm that you have not had adult instruction in handling.