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Perching for MS 2014 Results - Over 460 people Ice Fish to End MS

Over 460 people Ice Fish to End MS

March 1, 2014 - Sibbald Point Provincial Park

In only its 4th year, Perchin For MS has become a major event to take note of. On March 1, 2014 the 4th Annual Perchin for MS Ice Fishing event took place at Sibbald Point Provincial Park in the Town of Georgina celebrating another great success.  Dubbed Lake Simcoe's Premier Ice Fishing Event by the fishers themselves, this event has become the place to be in the fishing community. This year saw over 460 competitors coming out for a day of fun and to fish for a cause, a cause near and dear to Doug Poirier the founder of the event.  

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Canal Lake

Canal Lake is a part of Trent Canal System. This is a shallow lake with an average depth of 8' and heavy weed coverage. It's the best in early season and later in the fall. Fish species: bass, carp, crappie, muskie, perch, pike, walleye. Canal Lake can be fished from the shore. There are a few good spots on Centennial Park Rd (33) which divide the lake.

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Float Fishing Shotting Patterns

Split shots are an essential tool when float fishing. By placing them in different positions on the line, the angler can greatly modify his bait presentation. Once a float fisherman understands how the different shotting patterns work, he can effectively cover nearly any spot in a river. The ultimate goal in shotting is to achieve the most natural drift and bait presentation possible at the required depth. The key is to understand how the various shotting patterns affect the speed at which the bait will reach depth and how the bait will be affected by the current once it is at depth.
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