Ang & Pete are true advocates of the Algoma region in Ontario for many reasons, but the 2 that stand out most are Walleye and Brook Trout. The more they fish this area, the more they love it! Which brings us to this blog’s subject, Blue Fox Camp, one of Ontario‘s premiere Brook Trout destinations. We […]
Yesterday Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry Bill Mauro was in Bronte Creek Provincial Park to announce the opening of provincial parks for the 2016 season. Most provincial parks in southern Ontario will open for the season starting May 13, with the majority of northern Ontario parks opening on May 20. Visitors can enjoy lots of […]
Two North Bay anglers were fined a total of $6,000 in fishing offences. Paul Barbe pleaded guilty to fishing without a licence and Kimberly-Anne Matton pleaded guilty to possessing too many walleye over her licence’s catch and possession limit. They were each fined $3,000 and are prohibited from fishing in Ontario for one year. The […]
The Fort McMurray wildfire could burn for a month. Volunteer firefighters have been very busy trying to fight this wildfire off. Fire officials say the Fort McMurray wildfire is still spreading and is so massive that only a significant amount of rain can bring it under control. Over 90,000 people have been evacuated from the area with […]
This Hotspot is a very specific break-line on Lac St Pierre on the St Lawrence River in Quebec. It’s a major feeding area for Large and Small Mouth Bass, as well as Walleye and Pike. The current is deceivingly strong here so drifting baits very close to the bottom is the key. Tube jigs are the #1 choice here followed by curly tailed grubs and Dropshot finesse worms. Experiment with colors as the fish’s preferences seem to change daily.
Spring has definitely sprung, however in the world of fishing, the water is still a bit chilly; even frozen once you get a bit north. On a recent Crappie trip, the cold water scenario is exactly what my buddy “The Hitman” and I encountered on Rice Lake. The main lake water temps were 51 degrees […]
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