Coaticook, May 30th, 2017 – Fishing Day is back at Parc Découverte Nature for everyone to enjoy! The event will be held at Parc Découverte Nature on Saturday, June 3, from 9 am to 4 pm.
Free admissions for all fishermen and upcoming next generation with a chance to catch a free fish (16 years and under). Wildlife Officer presentation is offered free of charge for the first 50 children (6 to 17 years of age) who register at 1-888-849-2677. Registration includes a fishing rod, permit and a fishing rod assembly workshop.
Fishermen are also invited to take up the 5 money making trout challenge. Five identified trout are currently swimming in the park’s ponds. Each person that catches one these assigned trout will receive $ 50.
During this special day, several appealing activities especially the JUMPAÏ! Four independent trampolines allowing everyone (adults and children, size required: 36 “and more) to jump around before or after their fishing experience! Photo attached.
This Fishing Day includes inflatable games, make-up artist, percussion workshop, a visit of the most high-tech fish farms in North America, hot dogs and BBQ on site to cook your catch!
“Every year, it’s a pleasure to organize this particular event. Walking around on the site that day, we recognize our repeated participants and many new faces. They all have in common the great smile that makes us happy. The more smiles we have, the happier we are, “says Caroline Sage, director of Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook and Parc Découverte Nature.
A special Thanks to our partners: Coaticook Lions Club, City of Coaticook, Club de chasse et pêche du Pinacle de Baldwin and Coaticook’s local newspaper Le Progress.
Full schedule at decouvertenature.qc.ca.
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All about us
Parc Découverte Nature is a non-profit organization with over 9,000 visitors annually. Less than 15 minutes from Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook numerous activities are offered such as: pond and river fishing, on-site BBQ activities to cook your catch, wetlands exhibitions and bird watching. During winter season, ice fishing is a must!
Source and information : Josée Petit, Marketing & Animation Manager
819 849-2331 ext. 230 / firstname.lastname@example.org
400, St-Marc Street, Coaticook, Québec J1A 2T7