Sunday, March 9th, 2014
2013 NOS images (4), courtesy Ron Willis
• One Night Stay for Two (breakfast incl.) BEST WESTERN PLUS Cairn Croft Hotel •
• Pro Deluxe Tackle Bag (4 boxes) and Lure Package - Value $125 •
• Rod and Reel Combo plus Tackle - Value $100 •
• Fill out a ballot to win!!! •
(winners posted on www.niagarafishing.net (Fishing Forum) by 6pm on Mar. 10th)
Quantum Advantage 30 Spinning Reel (8 bearings) - $25.00
15lb. Digital Scale - $12.00
Embroidered Camo Cap - $5.00
HFB-Gear Fillet Knives - $3.00
Marker Buoy - $3.00
Polarized Sunglasses - $6.00
Assorted Plastics - $2.00 per bag
(tax included / while quantities last)
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8:00am - 4:00pm
Geocaching is an outdoor recreational activity, where the 'players' use a handheld GPS or mobile device (Smartphone) to hide and seek 'geocaches'. Temporary caches will be hidden within a short walking distance from the Leisureplex. Novice, intermediate and expert are all welcome. Dress according to the weather. You'll need a GPS or Smartphone to participate. Those involved may enter their names to be eligible for draw prizes, after the hunt. Dan Andrews will be your coordinator. An experienced crew will be on site all day to help explain 'geocaching 101', to beginners.
Premium Pet Food
A healthy diet is so important for 'man's best friend'. Stop by and discuss this topic with sales rep., John (JR) Dean. Enter your name for a chance to win one of two 15 kg. bags of Loyall product.
Quality equipment at low prices
Public Service Booth
Fact / Fiction - Lyme Disease
Melisa Young discusses outdoor safety and symptoms that can lead to early detection.
We are pleased to have Conservation Officers on site to answer any questions that relate to fishing, hunting and the outdoors.
10:00am - 2:00pm
The Niagara Bassmasters Youth Committee, coordinated by Josh Gullion, presents this activity. Test your angling skills. Kids cast to targets and their accuracy is recorded. Two rod and reel combos will be awarded to one child in each grouping. There are two age groups, 7-10 and 11-14. Each child that participates will receive a fishing related product, too. Don't forget your cameras!
You can write the boater exam.
On site all day, courtesy Canadian Power Squadron. Coordinator is Gary VanZandt. (Pleasure Craft Operator Card required by Sept. 15, 2009)
Canadian rep, Kevin Reid will be on site. Quality and performance define Kistler Rods. Find out more about these exceptional rods and enter your name in a draw for a FREE ROD (value - $140).
Ask coordinator Jack Hague about pointers and retreivers. Vigo (pointing, below) will be on site. Jack has a wealth of knowledge to share with both inexperienced and seasoned hunters.
The working retriever is a valued conservation tool in the discovery and recovery of game. The NPRTC has hosted an annual field trial for almost 60 years. Members of the club train together to bring out the natural and trained abilities of their dogs. Al Custers will be on hand to answer questions and demonstrate some of the working retrievers' attributes in the fields and marshes.
"9 - 9:30am Demo"
Finest collection of Ontario made Vintage Fishing Lures will be displayed at this show. Patrick Daradick, collector, researcher and author on vintage Ontario made lures, will display hundreds of lures and lure boxes. Follow Patrick's quest to find new treasures and learn more about vintage lures in Bob Izumi's "Real Fishing" magazine.
He encourages people to bring vintage fishing tackle for honest evaluation and identification at no charge. Patrick hopes the public will bring some Ontario made tackle to show him. This will assist in his efforts for his public website. www.ontariolures.com
E-mail Bill at