This Fish’n Canada episode has Pete Bowman visiting the Otonabee River in downtown Peterborough, where he and local carp guide Will Muschett strategically feed a specific, “easy to access” area and then proceed to catch fish after fish after fish. This is city fishing at its finest!
This Fish’n Canada Carp Hotspot is on Rice Lake in southern Ontario. Rice Lake, along with the rest of the Kawartha Lakes, is known as an all-round fantastic fishing lake, with Carp included. During a past Fish’n Canada shoot, we pre-fed the area with boiled corn as to draw fish in. Next, we cast out sweet corn, extra large flavoured corn, as well as Pineapple Boilies on various slip and bolt rigs, and waited for our bite alarms to start singing. We feel Carp fishing is here to stay, so why not join us in seeking this great sportfish!
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 […]
Crappie are on the menu with this Rice Lake Hotspot and spring is the time. Look for docks, stumps and newly emerging weeds to hold spring slabs. Try swimming a small jig to find the fish and then switch to a small jig under a float to fine tune your presentation.
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