Welcome to the Percy Lake Ratepayers’ Association

2022 Events




The annual meet-up for cottage owners to discuss lake news and issues. Most importantly, where fishing tournament trophies are given out.

* This year it will be held virtually via Zoom



Bass Tournament

For those that are new to the lake, there is no better way to learn about the bass of Percy Lake than by participating in the tournament. We have a great tradition of sharing the day’s successes and techniques at the end of the tournament. Read more about the tournament.



Food, drinks, and famous fish stories. The trophy is awarded to the winning team! Location TBD.

* Cancelled this year in the interest of safety and caution.

Latest Newsletter

A painting by Mick Tilman of two fish swimming in a lake.

2022 Mid-Summer Update

As noted in previous updates, the PLRA would be normally holding the Annual Picnic and Annual General Meeting (AGM) in-person. In the interest of safety and caution, we will hold our AGM virtually via Zoom in September and will not hold a picnic in 2022. But hold on…not all is lost! Angling activities will be […]

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Latest Angler Photos

Do you have any photos that you would like displayed on this website? Send them over to hello@plra.ca.

Cohen Elson holds up a small mouth bass while sitting on a boat in the middle of Percy Lake.

Cohen Elson

August 24, 2022

18 Inch Bass

A smallmouth bass is being measured against a take measure to show 18 inches in length.

Cohen Elson

August 24, 2022

18 Inch Bass

Two men in a boat, holding a fishing trophy.

Ed Dawsoyar & Lou Kiriakou

August 13, 2022

2022 Live Release Bass Tournament Winners

A bass in a fishing net is measured for length against a paper ruler.

Julian Tilman

August 6, 2022

21 Inch Bass

About the PLRA

Welcome to the Percy Lake Ratepayers’ Association web site. The PLRA was established in 1982 to represent both the cottagers and the permanent residents of Percy Lake. The web site has been created to give the members of the PLRA a source of information about the activities of their Association and how to contact members of the executive.

For the benefit of those not familiar with the area, Percy Lake is about 8 square kilometers in size located about 45 minutes drive northeast of the town of Haliburton near the southern tip of Algonquin Park in the Haliburton Highlands of east central Ontario, Canada.

Executive Members

Anna Tilman


Koko Yamamoto


Brian Edey


Lou Kiriakou


Jim Richert


Peter Mills