Youth Fishing League

Connecting kids to nature is our goal.

We bring to you a new program that is the first of its kind. We know how important spending time in nature is to the development of our children and we have identified a missed opportunity for communities to come together and show our children how amazing nature is. Being part of a program that is outdoors will allow children to connect to different parts of our natural environment and when they grow up they will want to protect it because of the roll it plays in their lives.

Our Youth Fishing League has been designed to give children the opportunity to learn about ethical angling while competing against others in a friendly team setting.

Each team will be made up of 4 teammates, and 2 coaches; who will also be mentors to help strategize for the day of fishing and help score and release any fish caught. Each day will be 1.5 hours long. (30 minutes of education and 1 hour of fishing).
There will be seminars from experienced anglers, conservation staff, and many more.

4 days of fishing league fun for $200

Each participant will receive a team jersey, fishing rod/reel combo, tackle, glasses, and a hat (A value of $150) just by signing up to our league.
We will also have a championship trophy for one team to win at each location!!

Schedule:

Island Lake Conservation Area League (Orangeville)
Sunday June 3rd 9:30am – 11am
Sunday June 10th 9:30am – 11am
Sunday June 17th 9:30am – 11am
Sunday June 24th 9:30am – 11am (Championship day)

Ken Whillans Conservation Area League (Caledon)
Sunday July 8th 9:30am -11am
Sunday July 15th 9:30am – 11am
Sunday July 22nd 9:30am – 11am
Sunday July 29th 9:30am – 11am (Championship day)