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About the NCGASA

The “Sportsmen’s Voice” of Northern California

The Nor-Cal Guides and Sportsmen’s Association is an an organization represents the “Sportsmens Voice” of Northern California which is comprised of nine elected board members consisting of; President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer and Five Board of Directors (one which is appointed by the. Current President. Of the four elected board of directors there will always be equal number of sportsmen and professional guides! We have also appointed regional program managers throughout California that regionally represent the leadership in the local area on any fisheries issues wildlife issues or representing the guiding community.

Below are the current elected people representing those positions for the organization:
James Stone


Rob Decosta

Regional Program Manager
Hunting Division

JD Richey


Chris Schertz

Regional Program Manager
Redding Area

Seth Mitchell


Kenny Priest

Regional Program Manager
North Coast Region

Anthony Cox

Regional Program Manager
Northern California Lakes

Mike Coopman

Regional Program Manager
Klamath/Smith River
North State Region

Aaron Zanocco

Board of Director

Darrin Deel

Regional Program Manager
Fly Fishing Division

Kevin Brock

Board of Director

Ron Kelly

Board of Director

Bob Boucke

Board of Director

Kathy Cox


Mike Stratman

Klamath/Eel/Mad/North Coast Areas

Bob Sparre

American River/Delta

Michael Birch

Regional Program Manager
CA Delta

Jason Thatcher

Board of Director
Redding Fly Fishing Areas

Brice Duci

Regional Program Manager
North Coast Region

Alisa Kelly

Admin Assistant

Hunting/Land Conservation

Our association has a sub-committee which regularly meets board members from many types of hunting conservation organizations. We each strive ourselves to protecting the California hunter being stripped away from their legal right to hunt. We also work with land conservation organizations to help improve habitat.

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