Parents in Toronto are getting the latest fishing accessories and accessories for their children to keep them busy while on the water.
The city’s Department of Natural Resources says it’s sold over a dozen different types of fishing poles in its “Fishing Pole Challenge” program.
The poles are available for $39 each.
Some of the accessories include fishing lines, hooks, bait, and plastic netting.
They’re also being sold at local pet stores.
The city’s department also says it has made the sale of the poles in the past available to the public.
The province’s fisheries minister, Kevin Flynn, says the pole sales are part of the province’s efforts to increase the number of people who can use fish nets in Canada.
He says they help reduce the number who catch fish in a short period of time.
In addition to the fishing pole, a fishing rod and a net are also on sale at the stores.