Press Release

Anglers Encouraged to Register for BPS Lake Simcoe Open NOW!

Orillia Ontario: With less than a month left until Canada’s record setting bass tournament gets underway, Mustang Survival has provided a wonderful incentive for those wishing to compete.   “Mustang will supply four MS185 Classic Floater Suits as an added incentive for anglers to register now for Canada’s premier one day bass tournament. That means the Mustang Early Bird Draw Prize will see two teams … all four anglers win one of our premier floater suits valued at almost $400 each,” said Al Thompson of Mustang Canada

To capitalize on this opportunity and to ensure they pay the same entry fee as last year, anglers must register on or before October 10th.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 24 September 2014 16:23

Wegman to attempt his 2nd 4km Sun City Charity Swim August 9th

For Immediate Release: August 2nd, 2014

Orillia Ontario: Wil Wegman of Bradford Ontario, might be better known for catching fish than swimming with them but it’s exactly the latter that he will be doing once again this Saturday August 9h in the fish-filled waters of Orillia’s Lake Couchiching. “I’ll be swimming in my second Sun City Swim event across ‘Cooch’ and I’m really excited about it. Last year it took me 1 hour 35.5 minutes (placing 17th) and I hope to try and better that time,” said Wegman.  One of the factors that will definitely influence times however ... is wind; and Cooch is known for its rough water.

Last Updated on Saturday, 02 August 2014 11:32

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Last Updated on Saturday, 29 March 2014 14:01

Congratulations to "Rick Lewis" Winner of Inaugural Where's Wildo Contest

For Immediate Release: Feb1 2014
On behalf of Wil Wegman and his Focus on Fishing website, we would like to congratulate Rick Lewis of Uxbridge, Ontario as the first ever winner of Wil’s new “Where’s Wildo” contest.

Last Updated on Saturday, 01 February 2014 20:46

Wegman Swims With the Fishes And Completes 4 km Sun City Swim

Orillia Ontario: Within minutes after jumping into Lake Couchiching for his first ever long distance swim, Wil Wegman saw his first fish ... then another and another. “We were swimming overtop lush aquatic vegetation mixed with a few rocks here and there. A variety of species scurried out of our way ... it was so cool to see them in the clear water!” he said. Couchiching provides excellent habitat for warm water species like bass – and Wegman, who has been fishing bass tournaments on Cooch since the mid 1980’s still calls it one of his favorite lakes.  

Last Updated on Friday, 16 August 2013 13:33

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