This episode is a continuation of last week’s Fish’n Boot Camp, where Pete Bowman and Angelo Viola take a group of hungry to learn fishermen and put them through the ringer, hoping to make serious anglers out of them… and they succeed!
Garmin is changing the game once again with the release of Quickdraw Contours. Users are now able to download the latest marine software update to create their own HD lake maps with 1’ contours. If you’ve used other mapping programs before on your old units, try Quickdraw Contours. Trust us, you won’t want to go back […]
CBC Reports: Ontario’s first case of the Zika virus has been confirmed by the province’s Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care. In a statement, the province’s chief medical officer of health said that Public Health Ontario received positive test results for the virus in an individual who had travelled to Colombia. The ministry did not confirm whether the person affected […]
Ang and I are probably boarding a British Airways jet right about now, on our way to the UK for our annual visit to again spread the good word about the amazing fishing that Ontario Canada has to offer. This time we are heading to Manchester. The show we are attending is called the Northern […]
Most days in the summer, we wouldn’t think about going fishing without bringing along a Coleman cooler full of ice cold drinks, lunches and snacks. Matter of fact, I usually have at least one other smaller cooler full of ice in the boat, as well, reserved specifically for live bait such as leeches and crawlers. […]
It’s Family Day on February 15, 2016, and our Fish’n Canada and Outdoor Journal Radio team want you and your family to have fun that day! We have put together a list of events happening in Alberta, that you and your family might be interested in experiencing. Family Quest Enjoy Family Day surrounded by Motorcycle […]
In a recent Fish’n Canada episode we featured Carp fishing on Rice Lake. Ang and I learned a ton on this shoot as we put our Princecraft to use… not a normal practice while Carp fishing. I used the same boat in a previous show but in a different manner. During that show I put the […]
It’s Family Day on February 15, 2016 Fish’n Canada and Outdoor Journal radio team want’s to make sure you are having fun with your family that day. So we have put a list together of some events that are happening in Ontario that you might be interested in going to see with your family. Ontario 2016 […]
Good friend of the Fish’n Canada Show, Chris Johnston, age 26, from Peterborough, Ontario, Canada, just took 3rd place in the Walmart FLW (Fishing League Worldwide) Tour. This event took place on Lake Okeechobee in Florida last Sunday. This is a phenomenal accomplishment, considering this is the highest level of competition in the entire FLW […]
In last week’s Bootcamp session, we talked about the basic stuff you needed in a tackle box: terminal tackle, a scale, hook remover, pliers, and so forth. This week we’re talking about the lures you attach to that terminal tackle so that maybe you get to actually use that scale. Here are some classic standards: […]
Bootcamp is the same everywhere: Basic. Training. And here, with about 40 anglers of varying degrees of expertise, we figured we’d start with the basics: loading a tackle box. Assuming everyone has rods, reels and lines, the first thing to go into a tackle box is terminal tackle. These are the things you use to […]
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