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Fish'n Stories

Campin’ While Carpin’


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If you think modern day Carp fishing is a simple quick outing because nothing is biting, then think again. Hardcore Carp anglers have taken fishing trips to a whole new level. Certainly an angler can plop their butt down on the grassy river bank, fire out a cast and then wait, however, that’s not the

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Tailgate Time Approaching


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One of the most unique aspects of early spring fishing is that chance at getting a taste of fresh fish. After a long cold winter, a good feed of panfish or trout goes a long way. Well the Crappie and other “panny” anglers are already out and about and probably doing quite well. Soon will

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Bass Fishin’ With Coleman


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It’s no secret bass love spinner baits. But there is some mystery surrounding the kinds of spinner baits out there. Let Coleman help you ‘through the weeds’ of choosing the best spinner bait for bass fishing in Canada. Fishing lures with spinners make up a huge percentage of all artificial baits. The blades give the

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Tips for Keeping Campfires Safe


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Sitting around a campfire with family and friends can be a fantastic way to enjoy Canada’s Great outdoors. It sets the atmosphere that is unequalled anywhere else. A great example is when Pete and I took my grandson Nik and the Bowman clan of Hunter and Cole to Bon Echo Provincial Park for a couple

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Ice Fishing with the Boys


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A while back, I took my sons Hunter and Cole out for their first ever ice fishing trip up to Lake Joseph in the Muskokas. We met up with Captain John Blanchard on a cold windy day, but luckily John had a hut so the boys didn’t freeze. As soon as we got there, we

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