Natural Sports supports a number of fishing clubs in the region. Many customers and staff are, or have been members of clubs such as the ones listed.
Since 1996 the KW-Cambridge Bassmasters have been meeting, fishing, telling tall tales and just generally having fun.
Our largest asset of the KW Flyfishers is the wealth of knowledge from the years of accumulated experience of the members. There is no easier way to learn the sport of fishing by sharing in on the general discussions and outings scheduled by the membership. Many of the outings and fly tying sessions provide a great deal of education and tutoring from many of the co-members eager to help out.=
The Ontario Steelheaders can trace it’s roots as far back as 1979. Chance meetings by the banks of the Saugeen River among concerned anglers eventually lead to more formal gatherings and the eventual formation of a club, then named Ontario Salmon and Steelhead Fishermen, an organization of people determined to represent to concerns of the angling public.
The Muskies Canada community extends beyond the membership as we have long-standing associations with research biologists, resource managers and tackle producers. Muskies Canada members hear of the latest research findings and tackle innovations “from the source” and are in a unique position to provide feedback and contribute to broad based conservation and education initiatives.