from our President

I am thrilled about our plans for the upcoming Annual Meeting, to be held on Aug. 6.

Invitations are coming out in a few days, but I want to give you a little preview. Bob Brocchini,

a Lifetime member, has volunteered to use his fabulous trophy room and entertainment

venue to host the event in Ripon, CA. The menu will include salmon, chicken, and tri-tip.

We will start with a self-serve shrimp cocktail and a no-host oyster bar. There will be a few raffles and games for entertainment. 


To welcome new hunters, there will be archery, air pistol, and air rifle set up with instructors. We have invited a few outfitters to join us to share their knowledge and experience with our group. There will be a discounted dinner price for those under 16. We hope you will bring your new and aspiring hunters to join us. 


Many of our members finally got back to hunting after the time out for Covid. Please let us know if you had a good hunt and send your measurements to Colleen at We have already started receiving submissions, so be sure to get yours in by the due date - July 25, 2022.

The Annual Meeting is also when we elect directors to the board. If you are interested in participating in the club in a meaningful way, please email me at We need your help and support.  Finally, a legislative update summarizing our activities to protect our rights and privileges to hunt in our great state will be given.  Please make every effort to attend!

Wayne Wickham


why join?


Today, more than ever, our conservation and hunting interests must be protected.​ As a member, you will enjoy exclusive benefits whiles contributing to this worthy cause.



Our chapter hosts a variety of member events and activities. Check out our calendar, connect on social media and learn what's happening with legislation in current news.



We couldn't continue without the generous support of our donors including outfitters and corporate sponsorship. Be sure to tell these businesses you appreciate their support!

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Our chapter was founded in 1978 by a group of hunters who became concerned with the future of hunting in California. We came to realize that we had to present a visible and united image to those who would see all hunting banned. Over the years we have raised well over one million dollars, which has funded conservation and habitat projects throughout our state. We also support projects nationally and internationally. We are one of several chapters in California who has enlisted the services of a legislative advocate (lobbyist) to represent us on hunting, firearms and land issues in the California Legislature.

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Our parent organization, Safari Club International, has formed a commanding and influential lobbying, and informational group on Capitol Hill, which is continually educating our nation's lawmakers on many conservation issues. In our nation's capitol, we are recognized as a dynamic, powerful force in conservation, hunter protection and education.

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California coalition


Sacramento Safari Club has actively been part of the recent foundation of the California Coalition. This non profit organization focuses its resources on the protection of hunting and gun rights in California.


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