Shimano’s Take a Kid Fishing Day

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Shimano’s Kids fishing day is fast approaching.

The Shimano Take a Kid Fishing Day at Belwood Lake Conservation Area is

designed to get new anglers involved in fishing and improve their skills. This event

is designed for children ages 8-14 and their parents.

Come out and visit the many educational stations where young anglers learn new

skills and try their hand at fishing the stocked trout pond.

Kids will learn how to cast, rig lures, tie flies, identify various fish species

and their habitats, and how to find and catch more fish. They will also get to see

the latest fishing equipment and tackle in a safe, natural environment.

 

The event is FREE for registered

participants but park entry fees apply.

($2.75 children & $5.25 adults)

 

Event Schedule

8:30-9:00 Morning Registration

9:00-12:00 Morning Session

12:00-1:00 BBQ Lunch

12:30-1:00 Afternoon Registration

1:00-4:00 Afternoon Session

Space is limited to 120 people per half day session so register early.

You can register for only one of the morning or afternoon sessions.

 

List of Stations Children will attend each of the following workshops:

Learn about Fish with a Biologist

Rig Lures & Tie Knots

Fish For Rainbow Trout

Archery Introduction

Tie Your Own Fly

Bait & Lure Workshop

Participants MUST be supervised by a parent or guardian

For more information or to register your child contact

Belwood Lake Conservation Area

(519) 843-2979

dstrub@grandriver.ca

 

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