Proud Partners Of:

We take great pride in aligning ourselves with absolutely amazing people! We are also privileged enough to be partnered with these amazing T.V. Shows which air on: 

 
 
 
 

Often times it’s hard to relate to fishing personalities on TV unless you own a $50,000 boat or fish for a living. The CFN Fish Off is a new TV show who’s tagline is, “Real people, real life, real fishing.” As of January 2020, it will be airing on the Sportsman Channel and the World Fishing Network. 


The CFN Fish Off documents the travels of six everyday anglers representing 3 teams over a six-week period. The team that accumulates the most points (based on length and species) at the end of the tournament, gets to donate $1000 on behalf of the Canadian Fishing Network to the charity of their choice. Teams are allowed to fish from shore or use non-gas powered boats (ex. canoes, kayaks, inflatables).


If you’ve ever dreamed about being on your own fishing show, this is your chance! In April 2020, the Canadian Fishing Network is hosting a multi-species online tournament. The winning team from the online tournament earns a spot on Season 2 of the CFN Fish Off. In addition, even if you don’t win the tournament, your team’s submissions may still be chosen to be featured on television. 


Many sponsors, including Shimano, are generously providing a ton of amazing prizes to be won. The beauty of this online tournament (aside from having the chance to be on TV) is that whether you catch the biggest or smallest fish, you are still eligible to win various weekly Shimano prize packs. Prizes include Shimano’s new SLX combo and other weekly rod and reel giveaways. Imagine winning a brand new Shimano SLX for catching a creek chub!


For more information about how to join the online tournament or the TV show, visit www.cfnfishoff.com and join CFN Fish off on Facebook.
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THAT Hunting Girl™ & Just Hunt INC.

 "She is a great stereotype buster for women, so they know that they can do anything boys can do!", says 10-year-old Shelby 

 

Since 2017 Amanda Lynn Mayhew has been keeping you intrigued with her outdoor adventures with Just Hunt including her new TV Series, THAT Hunting Girl™.  Raised hunting and fishing in Northern Ontario, Amanda Lynn is no stranger to the industry, with over 100K social media followers and her show airing in 9.7 million homes, currently you can also find her hanging out at all the popular trade shows.  In addition, Amanda Lynn is the recipient of the 2019  Hunting Ambassador of the Year at the Golden Bullet Award and nominated for Woman of the Year in the Health and Wellness Category 3 consecutive times for her efforts in charitable work raising awareness for ailments in the Kitchener-Waterloo area and winning numerous Citizen of the Week awards. 

 

The business is Just Hunt INC. The work is educating and empowering others with Women's Hunting Association, a Division of Just Hunt and the fun is producing entertaining footage from her real-life for network television.    

 

In a world of questionable politics, 'flexible' values and rampant sickness, Just Hunt breeds empowerment and positive inspiration.

 

The popular Outdoors TV Show brings you a simple message; Just Hunt.  Just Hunt’s outlook is not focused on an age or demographic but more a mentality or lifestyle.   Wear your message strong and proud and be a part of a team of conservationists and outdoors men and women.  The Bear  Strong™ Clothing Collection signifies inner strength.  

 

Amanda Lynn has been featured in publications across Canada including  Oxygen, International Sportsmen, Monster Whitetail, Big Game Illustrated, Newfoundland Sportsmen Magazine, Outdoor Canada Magazine, High Capacity, Fish, Hunt and Ride Magazine, among many newspapers across North America.     

 

Amanda Lynn was diagnosed with Graves Disease in 1998 and has given her efforts to bring awareness to rare diseases and health awareness.  Nothing has stopped her dreams.  She is a huge supporter of various charities including Military Minds, the Ronald McDonald House, Sick Kids Hospital, the Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada, the Lung Association and Progeria. 

 

AIRTIMES ON SPORTSMAN CHANNEL CANADA

MONDAY 7:30 PM EST 

TUESDAY 11:00 AM EST

WEDNESDAY 12:00 AM EST

FRIDAY 5:00 AM EST

SATURDAY 6:30 PM EST

For more information visit: www.justhunt.ca

 
 
 
We are Also Proud Sponsors and Supporters of these Great Events:
 
 
 
 

Canadian Coalition for Firearm Rights

 
 
Annual Sage Coward coho derby in support of JDRF
 
About
A family friendly event for a good cause. All proceeds go to JDRF October 17th 2020 1pm-4pm.2km south on dyke Crest road off Keith Wilson bridge
 
 
 
Steel Dreams Steelhead Tournament
 
Steel Dreams came about as a desire among many for a legitimate, well organized, high payout singles fishing tournament. What began as a simple dream became reality as founder and president, Kodey Buchanan, put together a team and began the process of arranging a non-profit organization. Steel Dreams Fishing Club was born.
Our goal is to host two tournaments per year, spring and fall, which will boast the highest singles 1-day tournament payout in all of Ontario. A full pay-out of all entry fees, with a raffle and 50-50 draw after, which all proceeds will be donated to local clubs and organizations. This will all be made possible by the members of the club who will have exclusive access to all the up to date info, entry list, fees, and coverage of those, members list, special club give-aways, and more!
Club membership fees are only $20/year! Contact us through this page for more details.
 
 
 

Drift Kings Official Tournament

Would like to welcome all of you to be apart of something I've been raised with my entire life. The beauty of being on the water and losing our self in something we all love. Forgetting about the rest of the world with each cast and having a strong connection with Mother Nature and her beauty leaving us in aw!! I've been fishing since I was three years old and I haven't missed a year. Teaching my up and coming drift king (my son) had been such a heart warming experience. As we age we begin to appreciate even more about our passion we all love so much. Such as keeping the river clean. Helping others. Sharing tips, experiences, and laughs. I've also noticed this hobby has a dark side. This is the reason behind my motivation to keep us enjoying the sport we call home. And home is in the water. I'd like to put together spring and fall tourney for all of us to enjoy. Affordable and something to get us up off out asses and enjoy the fresh air and wildlife. And especially bringing friends closer together. And making new friendships as well. So I hope you all participate and enjoy it each season as it grows. Let's raise money to help causes and even fill your pocket for your win. So cheers. And here's to us and years to come. Fish On and Tight Lines.

Visit Them At: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1014988401918153/

 

 

 

Halton Region Salmon And Trout Association

About
The Halton Region Salmon and Trout Association began it's formation in 2012 and is comprised of people from all walks of life who share the same passion.