Any Big Game Records Club member in good standing who has harvested and recorded at least one big game animal.
Open to any CBH/SAA member in good standing who has harvested and recorded at least one big game animal
Open to those CBH/SAA members in good standing who have harvested and recorded at least four (4) different species of big game animals currently recognized by the Big Game Records Club of which at least two must meet or exceed the minimum scores set by the Big Game Committee.
There is no longer any fee to become a Regular Member.
Open to any CBH/SAA member who has been a Regular Member in good standing a minimum of two years and has taken at least five (5) different species of big game animals currently recognized by the Big Game Records Club of which all five must meet or exceed the minimum scores set by the Big Game Committee.
Members wishing to utilize Island Species harvested before February 10, 1997 to qualify for Senior Membership must have taken at least six (6) different species of big game animals currently recognized by the Big Game Committee.
There is no longer any fee to become a Senior Member.
The Big Game Club Committee began the Youth Big Game Club program in March of 1991. The CBH/SAA Youth Big Game Club’s purpose is to involve the next generation of bowhunters, ensuring the sport’s longevity by generating more members in the club and hopefully sparking a more family oriented sport for all to enjoy.
The Youth Big Game Club shall be open to all CBH members under the age of seventeen (17) years. To qualify for the club the applicant must legally take at least one of the species recognized by the Big Game Club. The animal does not have to meet the minimum score requirements for the record book. If, however, the animal does meet the minimum score required, it will count toward the applicant’s regular membership. Regular membership is four species, of which at least two, must qualify with minimum scores for the record book.
The applicant shall retain Youth Big Game Club membership as long as he/she is a CBH/SAA member of good standing, until his/her seventeenth (17) birthday or until the applicant qualifies for regular membership in the Big Game Club.
The applicant will be required to fill out a Youth Big Game Application for each species, along with a kill report and a fair chase affidavit. They also need to provide a photograph of the animal and a $5.00 recording fee for each entry. (If the animal qualifies for inclusion in the record book by meeting or exceeding the established minimum scores, then a total of $10.00 for each entry meeting this requirement must accompany the application). There is no yearly fee or initiation fee for the Youth Big Game Club.
The Youth Big Game Club shall include, but not be limited to these recommendations.