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Friday, July 13, 2012

Aundreia Brings First Family Fishing Tournament Catch -Great Bass!

Aundreia Shares Bass Fishing Secret!

Aundreia brought her catch into 41 King Street East for weigh in in the First Annual Omemee Summer Fishing Festival. We snapped her picture in front of 'River Spirits' by WalPeg Studio,then proceeded to the weigh in.

image Andrea shows her Bass

So how much did this Bass weigh? According to our scale-500g. You'll want to watch Aundreia's Fish Tale to hear the true weight though.

Image scale shows Andrea bass weighs 500g

Bass Fishing Secrets Revealed

Wondering how to catch a great Bass? We asked Aundreia to share her secrets in our First Annual Fish Tales Contest. According to Aundreia the essential ingredients in catching bass include:
- a Fish finding dog named Zack
- Mister Convenience worms
- a mum to put the worm on the hook
You can see Aundreia tell her Fish Tale on the OmemeeTV YouTube Channel.

Bait Choices - Which to choose?

When fishing a worm is a worm, is a worm -right? Not so! At least not so according to Aundreia's mum.
'Mister Convenience worms, are really healthy,and big,' explained Aundreia's mum Katherine V. 'We got three casts to a worm using the worms from Mister Convenience.'

Anglers of all ages are encouraged to bring their catch to 41 King Street East, for weigh in 11am to 11pm until Sunday July 15, 2012 for entry in the Omemee First Annual Summer Family Fish Festival.

Note: Picture of Aundreia with her Bass was taken in front of 'River Spirits' by WalPeg Photo Studio, on display for a limited time at 41 King Street East Omemee. Walter Cracknell will be offering a Fish Photo Workshop Saturday July 14 2pm.Seating is limited. Please Pre-register in advance and ensure yourself a seat by dropping off a fully refundable deposit of $10, or leave a comment, and use the donation button below. Seating deposits will be refunded at the door. Any deposits not picked up, will be donated to Five Counties Children's Centre, to help chidren facing challenges reach their potential.

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