Ice Fishing Weekend for Women - Parry Sound - Feb 2 - 5, 2023

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Ice Fishing Weekend for Women - Parry Sound - Feb 2 - 5, 2023

Join us for a weekend of ice fishing for crappie and pike on a private lake just south of Parry Sound. 2 - 3 night stays available.

When and where

Date and time

Location

Ontario Camp for the Deaf 236 Blackstone Crane Lake Rd Seguin, ON P2A 2W8 Canada

Map and directions

How to get there

Refund Policy

Refunds up to 7 days before event
Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

About this event

  • 2 days 23 hours
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Join us for a weekend of ice fishing for crappie and pike on a private lake just south of Parry Sound. Includes two or three nights accommodation, potluck dinners and a fun Big Fish tournament.

This event is for women 18 years of age or older.

 

COST: $150 per person (Friday & Saturday nights) ~ with a paid 2023 OWA membership  and a current OFAH membership.

$50 for Thursday night (optional)  

To become a member: https://www.ontariowomenanglers.ca/membership

SPOTS AVAILABLE

There are 40 spots available with a minimum of 25 needed to run this event.

Registration will be first come, first serve. If registration fills, please add yourself to the Wait List in case there is a cancellation. There are also spots available for those that would like to come up on Thursday night (for an additional charge).

Registration will open on Monday, January 2 at 12:00 noon: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/ice-fishing-weekend-for-women-parry-sound-feb-2-5-2023-registration-500942832497

 

LOCATION:

Ontario Camp for the Deaf  

236 Blackstone Crane Lake Rd

Seguin, ON  P2A 2W8

https://goo.gl/maps/LeCbruy3FUH2

ARRIVE: Friday, February 2 (arrive any time )

***If you are coming up on Thursday, check-in is anytime after 2:00 p.m.***

DEPART: Sunday, February 5 1:00 pm

FISHING: Black Crappie and Pike

 

DRUGS/ALCOHOL POLICY:  The Bob Rumball Camp of the Deaf, the property owned by The Ontario Mission of the Deaf, has a very strict policy regarding drugs and alcohol. For the enjoyment of everyone, PLEASE do not bring these items to this event.

"The presence of non-prescription drugs and/or alcoholic beverages on the camp property will result in the immediate forfeit of your rental fees and the end of your stay at Ontario Camp for the Deaf."

Animals are not permitted in any of the buildings. 

 

IMPORTANT: We will be fishing on the open ice. You are welcome to bring and use a pop up hut if you choose.

NOTE: It is a walk of approximately 15 - 20 minutes from the lodge to the main fishing area. The camp will try to pack down a path for us but you should be prepared to walk through snow and/or on glare ice. We will get updates from the camp on weather/snow/ice conditions closer to the date.

INCLUDED:

- Two nights accommodation (Fri & Sat)

- Thurs. night is optional for an additional charge

- PowerPoint presentation about crappie and pike fishing to be sent out prior to the trip

- Fun Big Fish Tournament

 

MEALS

You are responsible for your own breakfasts and lunches as well as dinner on Thursday if you are coming up that evening. Dinners on Friday and Saturday will be provided

  • Friday - lasagna, salads, garlic bread, desserts
  • Saturday - variety of appetizers, salads, desserts

 We will make sure everything is peanut-free and will have veggie options but if you have any other dietary restrictions, please bring a dish that you can eat.

SLEEPING ACCOMMODATIONS

The main lodge of the camp is equipment with both dormitory and private rooms with bunk beds. There are enough there that no one will need to sleep on the top bunk. Rooms and beds are first come, first serve.

WHAT TO BRING:

- sleeping bag and pillow (you may also want to bring a sheet for under you)

- warm outdoor clothing and boots

- ice cleats

- 2023 Ontario fishing license

- 5 gallon bucket or camp chair to sit on- ice fishing rod and tackle

- a medium or medium-heavy powered ice rod is recommended for pike

- a light powered ice rod is recommended for crappie

- a tip-up and/or rod holder (highly recommended for pike)

- ice scoop for clearing out ice holes

- snow shovel for clearing snow

- personal meals and potluck items (you will be contacted in early January)

- if you bring live bait, you'll need a bait bucket and bubbler

 

 ***We will need several power augers (gas or electric) for this event. If you have one that you can bring, please let me know ~ thank you!

 

YOU ARE WELCOME TO BRING THE FOLLOWING ITEMS:

- pop-up hut, ice anchors and heater

- ice fishing flasher or sonar

- sled (to pull equipment out on the ice)

- ATV or snowmobile (pending ice conditions)

- fish filet knife if you plan to keep and clean your fish

 

If you use Facebook, please add me as a Friend so I can include you in the group chat that will be set up: https://www.facebook.com/yvonne.brown64