Jacksonâ€™s Point/Lake Simcoe: Focus on Fishing newspaper columnist Wil Wegman will be hosting an ice fishing seminar on Monday January 12th from 7-9 pm at the De La Salle Hall in Jacksonâ€™s Pt. Wegman, who won Read more
Plans for the 15th Annual Canadian Ice Fishing Championship (Feb 21, 21/09) are in full swing and that this premier event will still operate in 2009.
The 4th Annual Perch Trap Attack will run March 8/09 and the new Georgina Ice Fishing Derby is slated to run Jan 31 to Feb 15/09
The Ministry of Natural Resources is reminding anglers to check ice conditions before heading out to do some ice fishing this season.
ICE CONDITIONS CAN BE DECEPTIVE AND VARIABLE
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We fished, hunted and travelled by ATV over three days in absolutely splendid fall weather, The leaves were brilliant, this time the bugs didn’t bite but the fish sureÂ were biting.
Northern grouse were easy pickings if you knew where to look. Marty did!
If you spend a lot of time outdoors hunting, fishing or ATVing like I do I know you’ll appreciate a hot tasty meal when you finaly take that break from the action.
Having eaten cold sandwiches and outdoor trail mix just doesn’t cut it when you need a boost of energy but still crave that luxury of a full course meal. Especially when its cold out!
In the time it takes to build a small fire Read more
The winning articles cover a range of positive messages about fishing : the simplest outdoor activity for a family, the value of a lifetime of fond memories, and the recognition that fishing is a life-long sport.
Third Place – â€œTake a Kid Fishingâ€, by Len Rich
Lenâ€™s article reminds us that fishing is the ultimate tool for teaching a child about natural resources and conservation. The best way to do this is to keep things simple and enjoy the moments. Len also reminds us that National Fishing Week is a special time to introduce a child to this â€œlife sportâ€ â€“ enjoyment from childhood to old age.Â What other sport can boast that?
Second Place â€“ â€œHow to get hooked on a lifetime of fond memoriesâ€ by Peter Wood.
Most of youÂ know how fishing is the catalyst to life long friendships and treasured memories. Peter shares his memories by taking you on a journey with some of his friends. He skillfully recreates in the readerâ€™s mind his fond memories â€“ it makes you just want to be there as his friend! He encourages everyone to take a special friend fishing and create more â€œFish Onâ€ time together.
First Place â€“ â€œFamily Fishing is Childâ€™s Playâ€ by Gord Ellis.
In this article, Gord simply breaks down the steps to help a family successfully enjoy fishing. From using the KISS principle, to introducing the Tackleshare program, to capturing those special moments, to safety and licence issues, his formula ensures that every kid should and can try fishing. After all, itâ€™s healthier than playing video-games. This article was well written, concise and to the point. We found it very well deserving of the first place award.
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Don’t be a turkey and miss out!
I had the pleasure of talking turkey with Michael Short of Let’s Go Outdoors Radio Show.
You can listen to our interview as well as Michael’s other weekly radio episodes on hunting and fishing.
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There are almost 10-million Canadians who enjoy hunting, fishing, Read more
ACTION ALERT â€“ April 3, 2008Â A vote scheduled for Friday in the House of Commons on federal animal cruelty legislation (Bill S 203) will be critical for people Read more
Looking to Sell some tackle or looking to add more
tackle to your collection???? How about some hunting
The Waterloo Wellington Bass anglers invite you Read more
During our Outdoor Writers of Canada rendezvous at the Toronto Sportsmen Show our guest speaker Shane MahoneyÂ talkedÂ about Opportunity for All a DVD highlighting the 7 Sisters for Conservation.
It’s the story of the North America Model for Wildlife Conservation and Read more
I’m Â pleased to announce John ShaneÂ founder of Shellbourne Fuels has chosen Ripple Outdoors to become an authorizedÂ distributor for hisÂ new product line of fuel enhancers.
Ripple Outdoors can now offer anÂ quaility product that will helpÂ your reduce fuel costs and emissionsÂ resulting in substantial savingsÂ for theÂ outdoor enthusiasts who operates any type of gas or dieselÂ motor .
John Shane is the founder and creator of Shellbourne Fuel Additive Products. After Â graduating from Western University in London, OntarioÂ Shane worked for oil companies over a 12-year period, of which 6 years was spent in Research & Development at Shell Canada. He was a member of the World Petroleum Conference in Japan, China, and Thailand. In 1989, he applied his skills and knowledge to establishing his own manufacturing plant in Fort Erie, Ontario.
In October 2007 Mariner’s Choice International Inc has appointed John Shane as Senior Technical Advisor for its MC-Marine product line. ply stated Shane’s products decrease FUEL Costs through fuel efficiency and reduced maintenance, as well as significant environmental benefit of reduced emissions of up to 80%.
Shane stated “Â It is high time that such products be made available in light of the global ‘carbon laundering’, a term coined by Andrew Simms, a director of New Economics Foundation as he recently discussed the ecological debt that is a worldwide concern (source: Reuters, Oct. 5/07). Our motivation is to put these products into the hands of every single company and every individual that operates any type of engine for the greater good.”
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With the high price of fuel and worries of emmisions Shellbourne Fuels has found a Eco-friendly solution.
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The 5th annual ice fishing derby held on the Grand River this year was a huge success. Over 200 anglers hoped to get the top prize of largest walleye.
Steve Hardcastle of Fishmaster’s Bait & Tackle Shop organized this popular event. George Schmidt of Hamilton won the derby with a Read more
With typical February weather keeping a deep freezeÂ in Ontario the upcoming ice fishing events Â should go ahead as planned.
Fishmaster’s on the Grand River Derby in DunnvilleÂ starts at 7am -2pm, prizes will be awarded at 3pm.
Barrie Home builders Ice Fishing tournament. Feb 23 2008 on Kempenfelt Bay
Fifty Point Ice Fishing Derby Feb 24th
Binbrook Ice Fishing Derby new Date is Feb 24th 2008
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