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Big Fish Day returns to Canadian Ice Fishing Championship
Lake Simcoe ice is expected to be good enough off Jackson's Point by February 23rd for deep water fishing for lake trout, pike, whitefish and other allowed species for Big Fish Day.
Premier Catch - Photo - Release Winter Tournament
February 23 & 24, 2013 - Jackson's Point, Ontario
From the recent outings of CIFC personnel on to the ice and the reports this last week coming from anglers that have been venturing out from several locations across Georgina’s shore line, it’s looking like we can have our deep water day!
No one is going to be happier than us to return to the classic two day challenge where teams have to show what they’ve got for catching big fish and perch.
The location this year is Jackson’s Point, again something traditional that agrees with a lot of competitors. It is close to the amenities of town. There should be enough free vehicle parking available and for those that don’t have an ATV or sled to get out on ice, Bonnie Boats will be running their Bombardier for $7.50 per trip, per person.
This year we are making the Early Bird Draw more interesting by not having just one, but 26 prizes to be won; and teams increase their chances the sooner they sign up.
Any team signing up in the next week will have 4 entries into the draw bucket but that number goes down each week until February 8th. That’s your last day to be in the Early Bird Draw.
The Friday evening team meeting and the awards night dinner take place in Sutton at the arena, just minutes from Jackson’s Point and again, free parking. Competitors will be receiving an information by email or fax with the details on times and locations.
We say “THANK YOU” to the people who have already registered and extend a warm invitation to inquiring first timers and past competitors to contact us directly with any questions. Registration can be done online or we’ll take your information over the phone in just a few minutes time.
It says something about everyone involved, including the anglers, that local people want to chip in to ensure the success of the CIFC for the nineteenth year in a row. CIFC is still receiving offers of support in the way of products for prizes and from people wanting to volunteer out on the ice. Keep it coming!!! Both are absolutely essential for the Championship to operate and they have our sincere appreciation.
Sponsorship, Media and Registration inquiries can be sent to:
C.E.O, Canadian Ice Fishing Championship
Ph: 705-304-1320 Ph./Fax: