On this show Angelo takes the custom Fish’n Canada rig to Rice Lake Ontario and tries to go the unconventional route for Carp. Pete on the other hand sticks to the tried and proven shore for a more traditional Carp fishing approach. Will Ang come up with a whole new Carp system, or will Pete laugh at Ang’s $100,000 gamble?
On this episode Pete Bowman heads north to Ontario’s Eagle Lake to do battle with the legendary Muskellunge. What he didn’t plan on was a complete Muskie shutdown. Can he make the 20 hour drive worthwhile or will he get his butt whooped?
This episode has Ang & Pete meeting up with their buddies Roy and Scott from Cooper Tire on BC’s Fraser River to “attempt” battle with a rare living dinosaur, the Sturgeon. If that’s not enough they’re trying to tame these huge beasts in the raging water of the Fraser River Canyon.
Pete Bowman goes solo on this northern Ontario adventure to the world’s best Brook Trout waters, the Nipigon River. At the same time the locals are celebrating the 100th anniversary of the legendary world record Brook Trout caught in this very place.
The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) has decided that effective January 1st, 2016, NO Walleye fishing on Lake Scugog will be allowed until further notice. The regulation change is currently available for the public to view on the Environmental Registry. The walleye population in Lake Scugog has been monitored by the Ministry of […]
In today’s Tools of the Trade, we’re going to talk about casting with a spinning outfit and how the size and configuration of the guides on the rod are so important to its performance. When the line is cast, the loops come off the spool at lightning speed. The job of the first 2 or […]
As we’ve just seen, fishing for sturgeon on the magnificent Fraser river is definitely not like bass fishing on Rice lake. Just sayin… One thing we noticed is that all of the bait-casting reels that our “Numero Uno” guide Vic Carrera has on his boat have lever drag systems as opposed to star drag systems. […]
Today, we’re gonna talk about what muskie fishermen call “figure eighting”. Muskies are known to follow baits right up to the boat. The figure 8 is the final enticement before you lift the lure and re-cast. Typically, you look for following muskies during the retrieve, but you may not always see them, so do this […]
Today, we’re gonna talk about what we’re using: rod pods and bank-sticks. Carp fishing in Canada is still in its infancy, so many anglers may not even have heard of these tools. But in Europe and the UK they’re as common as rods and reels. This gear is primarily used by carp fishermen, but any […]