Photo Contest

February 28, 2017

  1. Post any photo of a Nova Scotia Fisherman Product (you can take it yourself, or post one of ours!)
  2. Post it on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter and Tag @nsfisherman 
  3. Use the hashtag #nsfmwin100


  • You must be following Nova Scotia Fisherman to be eligible to win
  • This contest is open to residents in Canada and the USA.
  •  The winner will be randomly selected March. 6th 2017 at 4pm Atlantic  
  • There is no limit to the number of times you can enter! Post away! :) 








1 Response

Doreen Sourwine
Doreen Sourwine

June 09, 2017

Your products are fantastic
. My skin is soft and replenished. Your service is the best and received my order 3 days after placing it. What a nice surprise. Thank you for your great product and service.

5 Stars Thank you Doreen.

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