Joining the Pemigewasset Valley Fish and Game Club

1. Membership:

The Pemi Club membership consists of individuals, couples, and families.

We welcome members to our club regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, beliefs, or abilities. Our members come from different backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives. We share in common the drive to improve ourselves, to support each other, and to contribute to our club in valuable ways.

Our membership year runs from January 1 to December 31. Annual dues are NOT prorated for partial year memberships. New member applications received between October 15th and December 31st receive these months free with payment for the new year.

Joining is easy.  You may:

  1. use the Membership Online tab (below) to apply and pay with a credit card (a 3% convenience fee will be added).
  2. use the Membership by Mail tab (below) for a “fillable” form application; print the completed form and mail with a check or money order payment. Or
  3. pick up a paper application at a range kiosk, clearly print the information required, put the completed form with applicable payment in the gray lockbox available at that kiosk.

On the application form, choose the membership that suits you best.

  1. Individual Membership (18 years and older) - $150.
  2. New members pay a $20 administration fee to cover credential preparation.
  3. Add a spouse/significant other and dependent children (under 18 years old) living in the same household - $50. (One security access card issued per family.)
  4. After two (2) consecutive years of membership, and with proof of age, for members aged 68 (as of the date of the application) and older, the membership fee is reduced to $75. Adding a spouse or significant other is $50.
  5. After two (2) consecutive years of membership, and with proof of age, for members aged 80 (as of the date of the application) and older, membership is free. Adding a spouse or significant other is $50
  6. Access to the indoor range requires paying an additional fee of $35.
  7. Please consider contributing to the General and/or Patron Funds to keep our club financially strong. The Club is run entirely by volunteers; all contributions go to operations or improvements.
  8. If you have skills you would like to contribute, please enter them on the “Volunteer” line.
  9. Mark those interests important to you to help our Officers and Board of Directors plan for future Club Programs.

Online credit card applications come directly to the Club Treasurer. Paper applications may be dropped off at the range kiosks; by hand delivery to the Club Treasurer or Membership Committee member; or by USPS mail to the Club at PO Box 38, Plymouth, NH 03264.

If you have questions about membership, email the Membership Committee at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

2. New Member Orientation Program (NeMO)

A new membership will not include range privileges until you have attended our New Member Orientation Program (NeMO).

After you apply, you will receive an email advising you of the NeMO dates and the requirements for attending. NeMO’s are typically held the first and third Saturdays of each month.

NeMO is an educational program that focuses on safety leadership, rules of conduct, and range restrictions. Part of the training is general firearm safety. Some training is unique to our ranges.

All new members, including family members ages 16 and older, are required to attend. All shooting family members under age 16 are strongly encouraged to attend. New members should be prepared to commit at least three (3) hours to become familiar with: club grounds, range safety rules, and proper conduct on the ranges. The orientation has two parts:

Approximately 1.5-hour lecture presentation at the clubhouse.

Approximately 1.5-hour outdoor orientation tour of outdoor, indoor and trap ranges. Please wear appropriate clothing (including footwear) for this outdoor tour.

When families visit the ranges, at least one person in every group must be NeMO qualified to lead on safety.

New members who choose not to attend NeMO may: visit the clubhouse, attend business meetings and directors’ meetings, participate in our numerous educational or safety programs, and attend friendship events like catered dinners and the popular summer bar-b-que.

If you have questions about the New Member Orientation Program, email the NeMO event leader at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..



Apply for Membership Online 

Apply for Membership by Mail


A 1-Day Membership form, on the “Documents” page, is available only to current members who wish to sponsor a friend or extended family member.”

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Updated 05/18/24


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