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2017 Tournament date is July 7 & 8, 2017


We have added a Facebook Group for the tournament, if interested you can find it by clicking the Facebook symbol in the top menu bar or by clicking here…..


Our New Online Registration Program is up and running. Go here to use it

  • Day 1 - 2017 Canadian Tire Mitchell's Bay Open in 6 weeks
  • Tournament Highlights

    • EACH team that enters WILL raise the Payouts!!
    • We will run an Angler Big Fish Pool as well as the $1000.00 BIG FISH COMPETITION.
    • Again for the 2017 tournament the cash payouts are 100% of Entry Fees! PLUS many Extras. Cash Payouts are based on a 100 Team field.
    • Marine Park Marina is again offering a special 5 day launch pass for tournament boats. See the Registration form for details.
    • Your 2017 team number is your start position for BOTH days! Register early to get a low number.
    • Don’t forget to check out the Silent Auction items at the registration meeting.
    • Keeping up the tradition started by SWOBA many years ago our registration meeting features a Pig Roast for all tournament anglers. You don’t want to miss this!

    Rick ‘Slip’ Damphouse

    February 21, 2017

    The Mitchell’s Bay Open is by far one of the best tournaments i have had the opportunity to fish ! Every single person associated with the event from the volunteers and sponsors to the anglers are all top notch. The fishery is undisputably one of the best. The community of Mitchell’s Bay welcomes us with open arms. From the minute you show up to the pig roast Thursday evening to the final weigh in this is an absolutely amazing and professional run tournament in every aspect, and one I wouldn’t miss. If you have not fished or checked out a Canadian Tire Mitchell’s Bay Open Tournament you are missing out! Thanks to all involved. Can’t wait for July 2017!!

    Read More Testimonials

    2016 Winners Dave Demers & Chris Sherman with 45.57 pounds.

    2015 1st Place Team 2, Rick Damphouse, Todd McBride – 43.72 pounds

    2014 winners Brad Wetzell and Brad Coon with 40.65 pounds.