Cairn Croft Hotel Falls Chevrolet Caddilac Molson Coors

Sunday, March 13th, 2016
8am - 4pm
Leisureplex, Garrison Rd.
Fort Erie, Ontario
- 13th Year -

The little show that ROARS!!!


Draw Prizes

• One Night Stay for Two (breakfast incl.) BEST WESTERN PLUS Cairn Croft Hotel •

• Quantum Aztec 30 spinning reel with Pinnacle rod (6'6") plus Tackle - Value $125 •

• Fishing Gear and assorted Lure Package - Value $100 •

• Fill out a ballot to win!!! •

(winners posted on (Fishing Forum) by 6pm on March 14th)

Show Specials

Quantum Advantage 30 Spinning Reel (8 bearings) - $25.00

Salted Tubes - 30 cents/ea

Embroidered Camo Cap - $5.00

Marker Buoy - $3.00

HFB-Gear Fillet Knives - $3.00

Lots of Deals on new and used Rods - Reels - Tackle!!!

(tax included / while quantities last)

Vendors - Exhibitors InterActive

Gunsmith on Site

Richard Dykstra
Wainfleet, Ontario
(905) 899-2157
Frostbite Guide Service
Heartland Forest
Ducks Unlmited Canada
Quad Niagara

Ministry of Natural Resources

Conservation Officers will be on site to answer any questions that relate to fishing, hunting and the outdoors.

Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority

Air Ivanhoe

North American Versatile Hunting Dog Association

Ask coordinator Jack Hague about pointers and retreivers. Niagara's Miss Tea, a 15 month old Bracco Italiano, will be on site. Jack has a wealth of knowledge to share with both inexperienced and seasoned hunters.

North American Versatile Hunting Dog Association

Niagara Peninsula Retriever Training Club

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.

Niagara Peninsula Retriever Training Club

Top Notch Tackle

Trout Unlimited Canada
"Working to conserve, protect and restore Niagara's last cold water ecosystem, Twelve Mile Creek"

Trout Unlimited Canada (Niagara Chapter)

Join some of the members of TUC in learning how to cast and tie flies. Brian Green will be coordinating these activities from 8am to 4pm. Take advantage of an opportunity to attempt casting. There will also be an education station where members will assist kids in tying their first fly!

E-mail Bill at


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