Sheldon Hatch

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All most go time


Today I spent time getting the boat ready for pre-fidhing next saturday on the St. Lawrence near Cornwall. Spent the afternoon working on loading the boat and checking over tackle and motors. BRING ON THE SEASON!

April 26th, 2008 by sheldon

Lots of water


Here is an image of a launch on Mississippi Lake from this morning. As you can see the water is running high.Opener of walleye is com’n soon as all the ice is off the lake.

April 24th, 2008 by sheldon

The Guy Show

This weekend marks the second GUY Show to be held in Ottawa at Lansdowne Park. I will be presenting a seminar on Walleye 101 on each day of the show.

April 24th, 2008 by sheldon

Angler Young Angler comes to Southern Ontario

AYAThe main objective of Angler Young Angler Tournaments is to introduce and educate young anglers to competitive sport fishing in a fun environment surrounded by family and friends while creating memories that will last a lifetime. 

New location for 2008 is Lindsay Ontario. I will be fishing this event as I am a huge supporter of children and fishing. This is a great way to introduce our next generation of tournament walleye anglers to the fun and sport of tourney fishing.

Location: Lindsay, Ontario – Sturgeon Lake/Rivera Park
Date: May 25, 2008
Fishing Times: 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
More information: www.blitzcreek.com
Contacts :
Chris Hockley Phone# (705) 357-9919 
email: chris@blitzcreek.com

 

April 17th, 2008 by sheldon

HATCH EXCITED ABOUT CAN-AM OPPORTUNITY

Eastern Ontario angler named to Team Canada

PWT Can-AMPERTH, ONT  – Professional Walleye Trail (PWT) announced today that Perth, Ontario pro walleye angler Sheldon Hatch was named to the 2008 Canadian Team for the inaugural CAN-AM Super Pro tournament. 

Hatch has been fishing walleye since childhood, winning his first tournament when he was a teenager. And, as luck would have it, he developed his fishing skills growing up on the Bay of Quinte, one of North America’s top walleye producers.

“Being selected to fish for team Canada is a great opportunity. I feel this will help promote walleye fishing right across the country and also make people aware of the great anglers we have in Canada”, said Hatch.

When Hatch is not on water fishing professional walleye tournaments or guiding, he enjoys educating, writing, promoting and presenting seminars on walleye angling for one of Ontario’s most popular species.

The In-Fisherman Professional Walleye Trail first-ever CAN-AM Super Pro tournament includes the top-ranked Canadian and US walleye anglers who will compete head-to-head in Dryden, Ontario, in August. 

Hatch’s sponsors include Tracker Boats, Mercury Outboards, Fin-tech, George’s Marine & Sports, Lowrance, G-Loomis, Shimano Reels, P-Line, ezelo and West Lake Willows Resort. He is an active member of the National Professional Anglers Association (NPAA) and Ontario Sportfishing Guide Association (OSGA).

April 14th, 2008 by sheldon
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