FIRE AND ICE

  • June 13, 2020
    9:00 am - 1:00 pm

It is summer and are you wondering what your kids can do? Since the threat of Covid-19 continues, our summer youth programs have been cancelled and it is with regret but we also value the importance of keeping everyone safe during this time. Plan to join us in an event we are hosting in which we can practice social distancing and the non-gathering of a group. This event is a series of virtual fishing tournaments this summer (2) per month for youth ages 7-18.  The tournaments are hosted via a app called Fish Donkey on your mobile device. We invite you to sign up to participate as we team up with Ariel Foundation Park and offer this free tournament with lots of nice prizes!! We are limiting the tournament to 75 entries! This is a great way to start the summer, our first tournament is June 13!! You can fish any body of water in Knox County and the tournament will run from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm.

Isaac Sigman caught this bass in the Kokosing River.

To view the tournament details, rules and how to register, please visit this link https:///… In order to participate you must have a mobile device and download Fish Doney. We are very excited to work with the developers of this app as we provide a unique tournament series this summer. We will be hosting (6) tournaments with the first one scheduled for Saturday, June 13 9:00 am -1:00 pm.

This is going to be a great program provided to each participant free of cost as the Knox County Park District and our friends of the Ariel Foundation Park Conservancy, Kokosing Valley Jr Anglers and THR Creekside Home Inspections are sponsoring the event. Great prizes awarded at each tournament!!

To register you must be 7-18 years of age. You must also fish a body of water within Knox County. Our park provides Wolf Run Park pond while Ariel Foundation Park provides several lakes and do not forget about the Kokosing River!

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