If you’re a biking enthusiast then join us on October 31st for a short 20km ride. We’ll be riding from 1045 Garth St at 9:00 AM sharp and return for a bite at Connections Cafe afterwards. Contact Eric at 905-741-5179 or email@example.com for more information.
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Bikes N’ Burgers
Join us for a great bike ride out to the Wood’s Farm followed by a BBQ!
You can choose from 3 Routes:
LONG 60 KM – Departs 2PM from Chedoke Golf Course lower lot
MEDIUM 25 KM – Departs 3PM from Hwy #52 Rail Trail Parking Lot
SHORT 5KM – Departs 3:30PM from Lynden United Church parking lot
Not a biker? No problem. Meet all the guys at the farm for the BBQ at 4PM.
Click here to sign up. Pre-Register by SEPT 7th to be entered in the early bird draw.
Fall Fishing In Niagara
The weather is changing again and that means fish are spawning. Many rivers, creeks and streams will be inundated with many different species of fish. It’s happening right here, right now in and around Hamilton. I have kept a keen eye on the happenings at the Niagara Whirlpool. Up until yesterday it was relatively quiet. On my second cast, my rapala was smashed by what I think was a salmon in the 6 to 10 kg range. Unfortunately I didn’t set the hook properly and after a five minute battle I lost it.
The Niagara Whirlpool is a 4200 year old natural whirlpool on the Niagara river. The currents here are strong and great caution must be taken when approaching. The water is usually about 7 meters lower in the morning when Ontario Hydro closes it’s gates, obstructing the normal flow of the river. This, apparently, is the best time to fish here.
It makes for an exciting family event. Bring with you some food and drinks in a knapsack. Bring your heavier gear as well: raincoats, warm clothing, hiking boots etc… Be sure to pack appropriate fishing gear: a 25lb test line, a big fishing net and a rod and reel that can handle the monster fish in these waters.
Access is easy and the fishing is great. The views here are spectacular. Who knows, you may, as I have, catch the biggest fish of your life.
Don’t forget your camera!