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2nd Annual OWA 2022 Ice Fishing Challenge

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10 species....6 weeks of fishing!

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OWA 2022 Ice Fishing Challenge 

Join us for six weeks of ice fishing, targeting your choice of ten species. Sign up for as many species that you want to fish for. A minimum of two species must be selected:

  • Black Crappie
  • Brook Trout
  • Lake Trout
  • Northern Pike
  • Rock Bass
  • Splake
  • Sunfish (Bluegill, Pumpkinseed or Hybrid)
  • Walleye
  • Whitefish
  • Yellow Perch


  1. In each pool, the 1st place winner will receive 70% of the total amount raised for that species. The 2nd place winner will receive the remaining 30%.
  2. All prizes will be paid out in the form of a gift card from a business or service of the participant's choice (e.g. Bass Pro Shop, Amazon, Canadian Tire, Loblaws, fishing companies, etc.)
  3. The number of participants in each pool will only be known by the tournament committee and will not be disclosed until the end of the tournament.
  4. At the end of the tournament, all participants will be entered into a draw for a fishing prize package worth $200:
  • Shimano Sienna Ice Rod & Reel Combo
  • Shimano Baltica Tackle Bag
  • Rod Glove

Although this is an individual tournament, for safety reasons and to witness the catch, participants should fish with a family member or someone in their social circle.

Entry Fee: $10 per person plus $5 for each species chosen (2 species minimum)

When: Tuesday, February 1 - Sunday, March 13, 2022

Location: Any body of water in Ontario, Manitoba and Quebec

***2022 Membership to Ontario Women Anglers is required. ***

Registration opens Tuesday, January 11 at 1:00 p.m. and closes on Sunday, February 6 at 11:59 p.m.



  • Open to paid 2022 OWA members, 18 years of age or older.
  • Current COVID-19 precautions, as determined by your province and/or health district, are to be followed.
  • Teams can fish on any body of water in the provinces of Ontario, Manitoba and Quebec.
  • Only the 10 species listed above are eligible.
  • Entries should be sent in as soon as possible after they are caught.
  • Participants can upgrade their catches throughout the tournament.
  • All submissions must be received by 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, March 13. Late entries will not be accepted.
  • Tournament entries are on the Honour System. Falsified entries will be rejected and the participant disqualified.
  • Both artificial and live bait can be used.
  • Help from fishing guides (paid or unpaid) is prohibited.
  • Ice huts rentals are permitted as long as guiding services are not included.
  • Take lots of pictures, be safe and HAVE FUN!!!


  • Fill out the submission form on the OWA website. The link will be provided at the start of the tournament.
  • Mail two pictures to: ice.owa101@gmail.com
  • 1st picture - fish on the bump board/measuring device
  • 2nd picture - angler holding the fish
  • Feel free to post your angler photos on social media but DO NOT include measurements or measurement photos.


  • Fish must be measured on a bump board or measuring device (e.g. metal measuring tape) that clearly shows the entire length of the fish and the measuring device. The mouth must be closed and at the zero (0) end of the board. The tail must be pinched (see sample photos below).
  • Do not use fabric or paper measuring tapes.
  • Fish should be measured to the closest 0.5 cm or 1/8 inch. No rounding up.

If you have any questions, contact me by phone/text: Yvonne Brown (905) 447-7879 or via e-mail at events.owa101@gmail.com

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Ontario Women Anglers is an organization that provides a variety of programs aimed at getting more women and children outdoors and involved in fishing. Through anglers’ education workshops, hands-on activities, fishing excursions, community events and mentorship, Ontario Women Anglers provides opportunities for both new and experienced female anglers to increase their fishing skills and to network with others that share this passion. 


We are completely non-profit, volunteer driven and receive the generous support of individuals and businesses in the fishing industry.

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