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3rd Annual Belleisle Bay Fishing Tournament

Date: Saturday, July 17th Rain or Shine
Time: 8am to 4pm
Location: Belleisle Bay - Hatfield Point Wharf
Entry Fee: Adults $20.00, Youth (under 15) $10.00

What to Expect: Tagged Fish Contest, 50/50 Draw, Lunker Pool ($5.00 entry)

100% Entry Fee Payout

Come out and join us for a great day of fun on the water. Don't have a boat? Fish off the wharf!

Bring your line and pole for your chance to catch Stripped Bass, Pickerel, Trout, Small mouth Bass, Catfish and Eels.

Fish will be judge on a weight plus length basis.

Plenty of parking available. Meet us at 8am on the wharf for rules and departure.

For more information, please contact:

Stephen Muir - (506) 485-1809
Stephen Aiton - (506) 485-0988

*Last year we had about 60 participants and gave away close to $3000 in cash and prizes. Close to 70 fish were caught! We also had games on the wharf for kids, including shark drawing contests, and best home made fishing pole.*
 

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How exactly does this tournament work?

Are measurements based on each species of fish? Or, is it just the biggest (longest) fish, of any species wins?

Or, is it divided in to catagories? (Largest Bass wins, largest pickerel wins, etc?)

And, what type of boats are permitted. I'm unfamiliar with Bellisle Bay. Would an inflatable be sufficient? Or, are the waves far too much?
 

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The largest fish wins; this is determined by adding the weight and length of the fish together.

The Lunker pool ($5.00 entry) is for the largest small mouth bass.

An inflatable boat is fine, as there is both shallow and deep waters. Belleisle Bay is relatively calm water.

If you want any further information, please feel free to contact us!

Hope to see you all there
 

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hmm, i guess i missed this earlier. i might make it but aleady made plans for very late tonight...hope to see you there.
i would be kayak fishin, no live well - no problem?
 
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