Terrace makes top 20 in fishing contest

After round one of the World Fishing Network's Ultimate Fishing Town contest, the top 20 communities have been declared and Terrace is on the list.

After round one of the World Fishing Network’s Ultimate Fishing Town contest, the top 20 communities have been declared and Terrace is on the list.

The competition is hosted by the World Fishing Network (WFN) and the winning community will receive $25,000, as well as a feature about the town on WFN.

Terrace received 18 nominations in total, adding photos and explanations as to why Terrace deserves the top spot.

This is the second time WFN has hosted the competition.

Last year, after 850,000 votes were cast, Port Alberni came out the winner.

Anyone interested in voting for Terrace can log on to www.worldfishingnetwork.com.

So far, Terrace has 88 votes, far from the 1,307 votes the top community of Port Colborne has.

The final round of voting will end May 31.

 

 

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