Monday, 17 September 2012

Lake Simcoe Kempenfelt Bay Bound? Barrie Fall Fishing Festival Offers FREE Docking!

Second Annual Barrie Fall Fishing Festival Welcomes You!

Barrie, Ontario Catch and Release Perch Tournament, on beautiful Kempenfelt Bay – September 21st to 30th, 2012 offers registered anglers free docking and trailer parking.
Barrie Fall Fishing Festival Banner
Barrie Fall Fishing Festival registrants will be allowed free boat launching and trailer parking
at either the Tiffin boat launch or the city marina during the Barrie Fall Fishing Festival. A limited number of daily boat slips will be available on a first come – first served basis. Details are available at the registration desk.Tiffin boat launch is located at the end of Tiffin Street and City of Barrie Marina is located at GPS N 44° 23.121’W 79° 41.423’

Barrie Fall Fishing Festival tournament, hosted by the Rotary Club of Barrie-Huronia, will see 100% of the funds raised benefiting Environmental Projects related to improving the health and well being of Lake Simcoe and Kempenfelt Bay, in addition to the many other Rotary projects within the Barrie community.Signing up is as easy as visiting or any of the following locations:
  • Tourism Barrie205 Lakeshore Drive, Barrie705.739.9444
  • Rack & Reel250 Innisfil Street, Barrie705.737.4819
  • Sutton Realty241 Minet’s Point Road, Barrie705.739.1300
  • Near North Supply191 Big Bay Point Road, Barrie705.721.911
  • Canning’s Fish Hut Rentals46 White Oaks Road, Barrie705.721.8500
  • Baxter Corner Store104 Murphy, Borden705.423.1154
  • Adjala U-Stor8011 Highway 89 West, Alliston705.434.4343
Sign up today and get ready to fish in one of the best Perch Festivals in the area!

  • Lake Simcoe is the most intensively fished inland lake in Ontario.
  • Lake Simcoe is Ontario’s 6th largest inland lake with ¼ million lakes in province.
  • Lake Simcoe is close to the largest population base in Canada … many anglers are either local or within an hours drive. Significant number of anglers fishing
  • Lake Simcoe anglers come from the Golden Horseshoe and the Northern Border States.
  • Lake Simcoe is a diversified, multi-species fishery. Lake Simcoe fishing community offers both quality and quantity.

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