Trout Season Opens at St. Johns Conservation Area

Join the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority on Saturday, April 28, 2018, at St. Johns Conservation Area in Thorold for the annual opening of Trout Season.

The ceremonial first cast by Mickey DiFruscio will take place at 12:00. 

Gates open 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Saturday, April 28, 2018
St. Johns Conservation Area
3101 Barron Road, Fonthill, ON L0S 1M0

In addition to fishing, the site features wheelchair accessible facilities and an abundance of natural beauty and scenic trails. A valid Fishing License is required, and conservation limits will apply. Please check the Ontario Fishing Regulations for further information at www.ontario.ca.

There is a voluntary admission fee of $2 per person or $5 per family, with all proceeds going towards conservation efforts. The day will feature face painters, recreational fishing, informational booths, BBQ for sale, and so much more!

St. Johns Conservation Area is nestled on the border of Fonthill and Thorold. 

Directions: To reach St. Johns from the QEW Niagara take Exit 57 (Victoria Avenue) and travel south to Hwy. 20. Turn east (left) and proceed to Pelham Street in Fonthill. Travel north (left) on Pelham Street to where it joins with Hollow & Barron Roads. Follow the lane way ahead to the park entrance.

Trout Season Opens at St. Johns Conservation Area

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