Learn to Fish

Learn to Fish is a free, hands-on program that celebrates fishing in Ontario. Learn to Fish aims to equip new anglers with the knowledge, skills and confidence needed to engage in safe and fun fishing. In just three years we have taught more than 13,000 Ontarians how to fish! The Learn to Fish program welcomes all ages, and is a great family activity. It is a great way to relax, enjoy nature and spend family time.

A Learn to Fish program features a two- hour hands-on fishing experience, and typically takes place at a provincial park or conservation area. Friendly instructors explain how to use fishing equipment and share some basic tips about fish identification and anatomy. Instructors demonstrate how to fish legally, safely and sustainably. Next, participants head to the shoreline. Rods, reels, bait and lifejackets are provided, as well as a one- day fishing licence for adults. Learn to Fish instructors spend an hour supervising and supporting new anglers as they try out their new skills.

Limited space - 40 per session (first come first serve)


Dates & Times

Session #1

July 15th, 2017

10am - 12pm

Brown's Bay

Session #2

July 15th, 2017

1pm - 3pm

Brown's Bay

Session #3

July 16th, 2017

10am - 12pm

Ivy Lea Campground


FREE with paid admission to the Unity Picnic/campground

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