To be Canadian is to be outside, which allows us to partake in a vast array of relaxing activities such as camping, picnicking, swimming, hiking, boating and of course we must not forget fishing! These activities are a staple in bringing friends and families closer or to allow an individual the opportunity to get away from it all… the hustle & bustle of a hectic everyday lifestyle, in what we deem as the perfect environment. Bottom line… to be outside is to epitomize relaxation of the mind and soul.
Two very surprised fishermen recently caught a grass carp in the St. Lawrence River. This raises major concern as to the presence of the invasive fish. Pierre Thériault and Gerald Boucher, commercial fisherman from Lanoraie, northeast of Montreal, reeled in the 29-kilogram Grass Carp on May 27. Première carpe asiatique pêchée dans St-Laurent (64 lbs). […]
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 […]
In this season opener of the Fish’n Canada show, Angelo Viola and Pete Bowman take a trip to Canada’s East Coast to meet up with long time buddy Joe Anthony as the trio hit the Miramichi River for some of the craziest Striped Bass fishing ever to be put on television.
This Episode takes Pete Bowman into the Algoma region of Ontario to Nagagami Lake, famed for it’s outstanding Walleye structure. Pete puts his electronics to work here as he ends up literally cherry picking Walleye that he sees on his sonar unit.
Angelo Viola heads north for part 2 of last week’s Nagagami Lake Walleye trip. This show depicts how unpredictable the sport of fishing can be, as a giant school of fish seems to up and disappear due to weather conditions. But you can’t stick a fork into Ang as he relocates and makes a great day out of a bad situation.
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.
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