WinterFisch Celebration 2020

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The WinterFisch Celebration is the promotional kickoff event for Mason County WinterFisch. The WinterFisch Celebration includes fishing instruction, campfire with music, and a Dutch Oven Cooking Demonstration as well as camp side cooking of caught fish. This season the WinterFisch Celebration will happen on December 5th from 12-5pm.

Here is the schedule for the the WinterFisch Celebration:

Noon-5:00       Public Rainbow Trout Fishing                      James River Crossing/Dos Rios RV Park
Book Signing – Steve Ramirez – “Casting Forward”             Dos Rios RV Park
Fishing Kayak Rigging – TG Canoe & Kayak                        The Island
Rod Building Demo – Ray Renner                                           Dos Rios RV Park
Fly Fishing Demo – Kim Sorensen/Rick Torres/TPWD     The Island
Fly Tying Demo    – David Yount                                              Dos Rios RV Park
Dutch Oven Demo – Rick Torres/Kim Sorensen/TPWD    Dos Rios RV Park
“Cook Your Catch” with Don Gray                                           The Island
12:15 -1:15      Music – Daryl Watson                                      Dos Rios RV Park Stage       
1:30 -2:30      Music – Justin McFarland                              Dos Rios RV Park Stage
2:45-3:45       Music – Jerialice Arsenault                            Dos Rios RV Park Stage
4:00 – 5:00   Music – Musicians Group Jam                     Dos Rios RV Park Stage
5:00                WinterFisch Celebration Concludes                    Stay as long as you like.

Post-Event    Mason Star Gazers – Star Party – Suzanne Bjork        Dos Rios RV Park

To learn more about Mason County WinterFisch 

To learn more about Winter Trout Stocking in Texas

For More Info:

Website: Mason County Winter Fisch or Facebook: WinterFisch

Date: December 5th, 2020 through March 14th, 2021

           WinterFisch Opening Day Celebration is December 5th from 12-5pm

Location: James Crossing - Highway 2389 & the Llano River - Mason County, TX

Tickets: FREE to Attend