Date(s) - February 14, 2015 - February 16, 2015
8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Island Lake Conservation Area
673067 Hurontario St. S.
The Island Lake Ice Fishing Derby is a month long tournament that runs from February 1st to 28th 8am – 6pm daily. The licence-free portion of this event runs between February 14-16th.
Regulat Derby Categories
Grand Prizes:These prizes are awarded at the end of the tournament to the angler who registers the longest fish in millimeters. If there is a tie in length the prize will be awarded to the fish that was entered first.
1st Northern Pike 1st Yellow Perch
2nd Northern Pike 1st Black Crappie
3rd Northern Pike
Special Category: This prize is awarded at the end of the tournament to the angler that catches a fish closest in length and to time of day without going over the predetermined length and time.
Hidden Length – Northern Pike
Weekly Categories: These prizes will be awarded on a weekly basis, one per week. The first three weeks are mini tournaments with special categories and the fourth week is a draw prize.
Week 1 – Biggest Difference – Awarded to the angler that registers two Northern Pike whose total in length difference is the largest.
Week 2 – Mystery Box – Awarded to the angler that registers the most Northern Pike. Anglers can only enter as many fish as there licence permits per day.
Week 3 – Longest Total – Awarded to the angler that registers any number of fish with the longest combined length during the course of the week. Conservation limits apply for this week.
Week 4 – Draw Prize – A lottery draw, awarded to the angler whose tag number is drawn.
These prizes are awarded at the end of the tournament to the angler who registers the longest fish in millimeters. Species does not matter as long as it is in season. Winners in this category must be registered for the kid’s tournament.
Regular Tournament Fee: $35 per person plus admission into the conservation area. Open to all ages.
Kids Tournament Fee: $20 per Child plus admission into the conservation area. Age restriction:14 and under
Contact for more information:
Conservation Areas Superintendent