Mississauga Bassmasters

CONSERVATION PROGRAMS OVER THE YEARS

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Mississauga Bassmasters 2016 Conservation Program

Wednesday October 12th Park Clean Up – Lakefront Promenade
6pm-8pm
May 25th Park Clean Up - Lakefront Promenade 7pm-8pm

Mississauga Bassmasters 2015 Conservation Program

Wednesday October 12th Park Clean Up – Lakefront Promenade
6pm-8pm
May 25th Park Clean Up - Lakefront Promenade 7pm-8pm

Mississauga Bassmasters 2014 Conservation Program

Ken Whillans Symposium
"How to locate and fish for shoreline bass"
A few members of Mississauga Bassmasters worked along side with the Credit Valley Conservation Authority (CVC) in teaching up and coming anglers on what to look for and enticing presentations for shoreline bass fishing. When fishing from a boat anglers can be seen casting tight to the shoreline looking for that trophy bass, more often than not bass will be cruising around looking for their next meal 50' or so past the shoreline. Don't be afraid to make long casts from your friends dock or the banks of a public lake, look for weed clumps, lily pads or structure under the water, you may hook into the fish of a lifetime! 

Mississauga Bassmasters 2013 Conservation Program

Ken Whillans Resource Management Area Project

Bass spawning bed structures built on Saturday, January 19th at Terra Cotta Conservation Area will be dragged onto the ice on Saturday, February 23rd at Ken Whillans Resource Management Area on Hwy 10 for installation and final assembly. Club volunteers helping at this workday event will be awarded Honour Group points towards Member of the Year standings. The project starts at 10:00 a.m. at Ken Whillans followed by a BBQ lunch.
Ken Whillans Resource Management Area is located on the west side of Highway 10 north of Olde Baseline Road, just northeast of Inglewood.
Installing New Bass Structure at Ken Whillans

Build Spawning Bed Structures Project 

Materials have already been purchased using CFWIP funds for the pre-construction of bass spawning bed structures on Saturday, January 19th at Terra Cotta Conservation Area. Club volunteers helping at this workday event will be awarded Honour Group points towards Member of the Year standings.
The project starts at 10:00 a.m. at Terra Cotta and a B-B-Q lunch is planned afterwards.
Terra Cotta Conservation Area is located at 14452 Winston Churchill Blvd in Halton Hills, Ontario

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