Kermit Long Fishing Derby 

The Kermit Long Fishing Derby has been a fixture on Kahshe Lake.

For many years, Kermit Long ran a successful fishing derby for people 18 years of age and under every summer.  With his passing, the derby was named in his memory and his son Ken Long took over the project.

The fishing derby was run for 50 years by Kermit himself, then by cottagers at the east end of Kahshe Lake, and later by Ken Long, Kermit’s son.  It is now convened by Erin Swirla and Luke Miller, supported by the KLRA. 

Kahshe Lake Ratepayers' Association (1994) Inc. (KLRA)
PO Box 1318, Gravenhurst, ON, Canada, P1P 1V5
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