If you have followed our Canadian Sportfishing TV series, you know that we love getting out youth involved in fishing. We’re excited about the new Ontario MNRF “Learn to Fish” initiative that is really targeting getting youth into fishing on many several levels. This program introduces kids, teens and adults to fishing. This fun, 2 hour program combines a practical teaching session with an hour of supervised hands-on fishing.
The program will teach you how to:
- fish safely and sustainably
- rig, bait and cast a fishing rod
- identify and catch local fish species
- get a fishing licence and follow fishing regulations
- discover more about fishing in Ontario
We provide everything you need, including:
- experienced instructors focused on fish, fun and safety
- single day fishing licences
- lifejackets and sunglasses
- fishing rods, reels and bait
Where you can learn to fish
You can participate in the program at:
- Darlington Provincial Park
- Earl Rowe Provincial Park
- Emily Provincial Park
- Grundy Lake Provincial Park
- Sibbald Point Provincial Park
- Six Mile Lake Provincial Park
The Learn to Fish program is also included with the Learn to Camp program in these provincial parks at no extra charge.
Check back in the summer for the 2015 Learn to Fish schedule, or follow the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry on Twitter for updates.
Where would you like to see a Learn to Fish workshop presented? Give us your ideas a email@example.com.
We’ll be visiting tradeshows, festivals and community events across southern Ontario.