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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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