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Ice Fishing Weekend for Women - Parry Sound - February 22 - 24

Ontario Women Anglers

Friday, 22 February 2019 at 12:00 PM - Sunday, 24 February 2019 at 3:00 PM (EST)

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Registration Type Remaining Sales End Price Fee Quantity
2019 OWA Paid Members 20 Feb 2019 $125.00 $5.37 Add to Waitlist
Thursday Night (optional) Sold Out 20 Feb 2019 $55.00 $2.92

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Join us for a weekend of ice fishing for pike on a private lake just south of Parry Sound. Includes two nights accommodation, instruction, potluck lunches/dinners, Big Fish tournament and a Saturday evening fish fry.

This event is for women 19 years of age or older.

 

COST: $125 per person ~ with a paid 2019 OWA membership
             $55 for Thursday night (optional)  

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

 

There are 12 spots available for this event and registration will be first come, first serve. If registration fills, please add yourself to the Wait List in case there is a cancellation or if another cabin becomes available. There are also spots available for those that would like to come up on Thursday night (for an additional charge).

 

Registration will open on Friday, December 14 at 12:00 noon:
https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/ice-fishing-weekend-for-women-parry-sound-february-22-24-registration-53506001892

 

LOCATION:
Ontario Camp for the Deaf  
236 Blackstone Crane Lake Rd
Seguin, Ontario P2A 2W8
https://goo.gl/maps/LeCbruy3FUH2


ARRIVE: Friday, February 22  between 12:00 noon  - 8:00 pm
DEPART: Sunday, February 24   2:00 pm
FISHING: Pike (there is also Perch in the lake) 

 

ALCOHOL: The camp is run by the Bob Rumball Centre for the Deaf and 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.

If you plan on keeping fish, you must be able to clean them.

 

INCLUDED:

- Two nights accommodation (Fri & Sat)
- Power auger
- Ice Fishing Seminar (Friday night)
- Big Fish Tournament
- Saturday night Fish Fry

 

MEALS:

Friday Lunch – on your own
Friday Dinner – potluck
Saturday Breakfast – on your own
Saturday Lunch – potluck
Saturday Dinner – fish fry and potluck
Sunday Breakfast – on your own
Sunday Lunch - leftovers


WHAT TO BRING:

- sleeping bag and pillow
- warm outdoor clothing and boots
- ice cleats
- 2019 fishing licence
- 5 gallon bucket or camp chair to sit on
- ice fishing rod and tackle
- a medium or medium-heavy powered ice rod is recommended (we do not have any available to loan)
- breakfast for Saturday and Sunday
- potluck items (you will be contacted in early January)
- you can bring live bait if you wish

 

YOU ARE WELCOME TO BRING THE FOLLOWING ITEMS:

- pop-up hut, ice anchors and heater
- hand auger and ice scoop
- ice fishing flasher or sonar
- sled (to pull equipment out on the ice)
- fish filet knife
- tip-up for pike fishing

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

Have questions about Ice Fishing Weekend for Women - Parry Sound - February 22 - 24? Contact Ontario Women Anglers
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Ontario Camp for the Deaf
236 Blackstone Crane Lake Rd
Seguin, ON P2A 2W8
Canada

Friday, 22 February 2019 at 12:00 PM - Sunday, 24 February 2019 at 3:00 PM (EST)


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Ontario Women Anglers

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.

 

Fishing 101 for Women is a program that offers seminars, fishing opportunities and instruction for women that are interested in learning the basics of recreational angling. Participants are provided with the tools and knowledge to start fishing on their own and so they can bring their children out to fish with the confidence of knowing how to set up a rod, bait a hook, release a fish and much more.

 

Other seminar topics include licensing and regulations, safety, fish identification, rods, reels and equipment, conservation, community and online resources, fishing with children and much more. After each seminar, women have an opportunity to put their new knowledge into practice by participating in a fishing activity from shore on a local body of water. 

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