Our annual bass fishing tournament is held on the second Saturday after Labour Day in September. We welcome our guests, camper residents, and neighbours to join us for a fun week of fishing, spending time with old friends and new, and enjoying the beautiful view of the Rideau Canal. The tournament includes a prize for best angler of the week, best angler of tournament day, and for the biggest bass. We celebrate the end of the tournament with a delicious feast. Contact us to sign up for this year's tournament!
|Year||Big Bass (Weight)||Angler of Tournament Day (Total weight)||Big Bass of the Week|
|2002||Rick Schylaske (4 lbs. 12 ozs.)||-||-|
|2003||Jeff Mease (4 lbs. 10 ozs.)||John Delgrosso||-|
|2004||Jon Morgan (4 lbs. 11 ozs.)||Larry Robinson||-|
|2005||John Delgrosso (5 lbs. 11 ozs.)||John Delgrosso||-|
|2006||Tim Robert (4 lbs. 11 ozs.)||John Delgrosso||-|
|2007||Derek Reichard (4 lbs. 1 oz.)||Brian George||-|
|2008||Rick Schylaske (5 lbs. 14 ozs.)||Rick Schylaske||-|
|2009||Rick Schylaske (5 lbs. 1 ozs.)||Rick Schylaske||-|
|2010||Brian George (4 lbs. 6 ozs.)||Lewis George||-|
|2011||Larry Robinson (5 lbs.)||John Delgrosso||-|
|2012||Ryan Rhoades (4 lbs. 7 ozs.)||Lewis George||-|
|2013||Lewis George (5 lbs. 14 ozs.)||Lewis George||James Brooks & Greg Schoenly (5 lbs. 3 ozs.)|
Kingston is a stunning, historic city that was once Canada's national capital. There is plenty to see in Kingston, including Queen's University, 1000 Islands Cruises, the Kingston Public Market (which has been running since 1801), and the Pump House Museum (located in one of Canada's oldest original water works). There are also golf courses, parks & trails, and walking tours.
Gananoque, known as the "Gateway to the Thousand Islands", is located 20 minutes east of Kingston. Don't miss out on sightseeing opportunities, such as 1000 Islands tours with Gananoque Boat Line or 1000 Islands Helicopter tours. Other attractions include OLG Casino, Gananoque Golf and Country Club, and 1000 Islands Playhouse.
Nestled in a picturesque setting along the Rideau Canal, Smiths Falls is a modern community with old-world charm. Attractions include five lockstations, self-guided walking tours, museums, and weekly Movies Under the Stars.