Boats and lines are out of the water, as the Wawa Salmon Derby's wrapped up its 36th year.
The annual derby saw a weekend of sun and warm weather, with numerous fish caught.
That included the 20.75-pound salmon which earned Keith Barr and Keith Barr Senior the $6000 top prize and $500 more for the biggest fish of Sunday.
The father and son duo say it feels great, with the younger Barr adding they were lucky and noting it was his father's first time back for the derby in six years - though they expect to return in future years after this.
Barr Sr. describes the catch.
The $1000 prize for the largest lake trout went to a 7.75-pounder caught by Real Leclerc and Yolaine Lachance - they had won the Wawa Salmon Derby in 2007 and 2010.
Mya Rilley won her fourth straight Bill Young Memorial Award for largest fish caught by a youth: a 16.2-pounder caught on Saturday - it was the eighth largest salmon of the weekend.