Celebrating its 5th year, Perchin For MS - Lake Simcoe's Premier Ice Fishing Event has once again seen great success. One of Ontario's top winter events, held March 7, 2015 saw Father/Daughter team "Big Kid/Little Kid" - Tim Everson and Chelsea Brazel win $2500 with an impressive catch!
Sibbald Point Provincial Park, Lake Simcoe: With a full field of 227 teams competing in the Third Annual PERCHIN FOR MS Fundraiser Perch Fishing Tournament on Sat. March 2...Another huge success was accomplished! This year with the temperatures holding and winds kept to a light breeze...the 3rd Annual Perchin For MS Ice Fishing event was held on Saturday, March 2nd at Sibbald Point Provincial Park. The event once again drew anglers from all over Ontario and into the United States. The event saw 455 people take to the ice in the early hours of Saturday morning all in hopes of catching the big one...while helping to make a difference.
Sibbald Point Provincial Park, Lake Simcoe: Despite huricane force winds and unbearable fishing conditions, an astounding 200 teams competed in the Second Annual Perchin for MS Fundraiser Perch Fishing Tournament on Sat. March 3, 2012.
"I was shocked once again to see so many people willing and eager to go out and fish in such unbelievable weather” - said host and organizer Doug Poirier. “ Everyone knew the winds were going to be terrible and yet teams started arriving at 5:30 in the morning, ready and excited to go... they all went out and still managed to have a great time" - he said.
Sibbald Point Provincial Park, Lake Simcoe: Despite almost constant rain and miserable fishing conditions, an astounding 78 teams competed in the first annual PERCHIN FOR MS Fundraiser Perch Fishing Tournament Sat. March 5, 2011.
"I was completely flabbergasted that so many anglers came out to fish this event," said host and organizer Doug Poirier. "These anglers all heard the same weather forecasts we did - and all knew the rains were coming. They decided to fish anyway and although they got wet, they did not let the rain dampen their spirits," he said.