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  1. The preview day for the 2020 Toronto Boat Show is today and then North America’s largest indoor boat show continues for another 9 days! I will be down at the Garmin booth for thé opening weekend and then in the Huntsville Marine, YAMAHA Outboards, Skeeter Bass Boats, G3 & Crestliner boats booth for the rest of the week! If you’re attending or liking for a new boat, track me down and let’s talk a little fishing, electronics & boats! I will also be presenting seminars on the Great Canadian Fish Tank from Monday on! Here is the tank schedule! https://www.torontoboatshow.com/education/fish-tank-seminars/ Loking for was to seeing & chatting with everyone!
  2. The 2020 HT Ice Tour kicks off at Gagnon Sports in Oshawa on Thurs. Jan. 16, 2019 at 6:30 PM Please come on by if you are in the Durham or east end of the GTA. We'll be talking HT products, Slab Grabbers, Navionics, Garmin electronics, Daiwa gear, Freedom Tackle and so much more this evening. Along with tons of ice fishing info, there will be a bunch of door prizes, snacks & refreshments to make it even more tempting. Hopefully we have some safe ice by then!
  3. The 3rd annual Canadian Ice Fishing Expo is moving to a new and better venue, Georgian College Building "J" on December 14th & 15th. Should be another great event and this year we welcome Gord Pyzer to the stage, looking forward to his insightful seminars as always! I will be presenting a seminar titles "JACKS are WILD, especially for Lake Simcoe "JUMBOS"! talking about using Jack Spoons notably Slab Grabbers for lake Simcoe's fames Jumbo Perch! We'll discuss Garmin electronics, Navionics Charts & App, Slab Grabbers, line, HT Enterprises gear and so much more! Come visit me at the HT Enterprises booth, identify yourself as a member of this board and the first 3 members each day who do this will receive a "GIFT"! Looking forward to seeing all the avid hardwater enthusiasts there! Admission is very reasonable at $8 for an adult and children under 12 years of age are FREE! Don't you dare miss it!
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