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Spring is around the corner and so is the Niagara Outdoor Show! 

 March 2, 2023, VOL. 4 ISSUE 14

Sunday, March 12th from 9 AM to 3 PM will help all who attend get ready for all kinds of fun activities in 2023.

The organizer tells me that the focus of this event is retail and education. For example, Brant Fly Tyres will demonstrate the art of fly tying.

Niagara District Trappers Council will conduct a pelt identification workshop. The Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (zone J) will be available to discuss outdoor issues. Likewise, the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority will be represented to help field questions about the area where we live.

Of course, many of our guests fish and there will be lots of vendors with deals on new and used rods, reels, and tackle.

Casting kids is always popular with both adults and children. Presented by the Saint Catherine’sBass Masters Kids will cast to targets. Adult members supervise this activity and junior bass masters get an opportunity to get involved in this community endeavor. Each child receives a fishing-related product for participating. Two rod and real combos will be awarded to a couple of lucky kids.

 If you own an ATV, stop by and say hello to the crew from Quad Niagara ATV Club.

Have you dreamed about a fly-in fishing trip? Stop by the Air Ivanhoe booth to pick up a brochure.

Patrick owner of Ontario lures encourages guests to bring in older lures for evaluation at no charge. Ontario Lures will also be displaying its vintage lure exhibit!

Hazel marine will be on site.

If kayaking is your sport, stop by and check out the C&R display. There will be a rep from Kayak Ontario too.

The RCMP will have an inflatable on display outside. The vessel is used to patrol the Great Lakes.

Officers will be on-site to promote boater safety.

Plus, there will be giveaways and photo ops for the kids.

If you hunt, Creekside gunshot will be there. Also, a gunsmith to help with firearm questions, and The Canadian Power Squadron will be offering the boater exam.

Last but not least, the North American Versatile Hunting Dog Association will be represented by expert Jack Hauge. Dogs are companions and best friends but in the hunting world, they can play an invaluable role.

Be advised this event’s insurance does not allow dogs to enter the show. Service dogs, yes, but proof is required.

There’s a little bit of everything at this event admission is $5. Children under the age of 15 are free. For details, please go to www.niagaraoutdoorsshow.com.

There will also be a Facebook feed highlighting vendors and exhibitors which starts two weeks leading into the show. If you follow the show, you’ll receive updates. So, mark it on your calendar and as Bill, the Organizer says, “SEE YA THERE ON SUNDAY MARCH 12TH!!

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