10 Essential Items in Fish’n Canada’s Princecraft Boat

Sponsored by Princecraft Boats When Ang and Pete hit the water, they have a list of essential items that they cannot spend the day on a boat without. Aside from (or maybe along with) the obvious boat safety items, there are a lot that are specific to fishing and even to certain species; that adds […]

Top 5 Strategies For Multi-Line Fishing For Carp In Ontario

With the incredibly exciting announcement of a three-rod regulation for the pursuit of Common Carp in Ontario, I amongst countless Ontarian Carp anglers are jubilant for this incredible opportunity. In all the excitement, I have already found myself contemplating multi-line fishing strategies for carp in what is possibly one of the most prolific fisheries in […]

Why Garmin’s Panoptix LiveScope Will Change The Way You Fish

If you have been following Angelo and me on our seemingly never-ending deep dive into fishing electronics, you’ve most certainly seen our enthusiasm towards Garmin’s Panoptix LiveScope technology. It’s no secret that this game-changing technology has completely floored us. And now, it has taken the entire fishing industry by storm. I’m not going to gab […]

Shore Fishing in New Brunswick | Best Places to Fish in New Brunswick

Nik V with Striped Bass

Over these last few weeks, after I sold my boat, I began to see where I could enjoy some shore fishing. I always hear the question asked, “Where can I take my kids fishing if I don’t have a boat?” There are many spots that offer excellent shore fishing in New Brunswick. Two good target […]

Fundy Stripers On The Rocks – Episode 514

The Bay of Fundy is a massive bay on the Atlantic Ocean between the Canadian provinces of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. A small portion touches the bank in the state of Maine. It has the highest tidal range of anywhere in the world. It is assumed that the name is possibly a corruption of […]

Salmon of The Soo – Episode 507

This Fish’n Canada episode finds Stephen Niedzwiecki making his first voyage on the FNC1 Princecraft without the expert guidance of seasoned Fish’n Canada hosts Angelo Viola or Pete Bowman. He took the rig to the St. Mary’s River, next to the city of Sault Ste. Marie, in search of Atlantic Salmon. Thankfully, however, he wasn’t entirely on […]

A Letter To Our Fans

The Fish’n Canada team would like to reach out to our loyal and cherished viewers to let them know that last week our stalwart captain, Angelo Viola—the ringleader to our three-ring circus, one might say—suffered a heart attack. We are relieved to report that Angelo received excellent medical care, and we are assured that he […]

National Lifejacket Day – Is It Time for Change?

Pete Bowman puts safety first, always wearing a PFD on the water.

For us at Fish’n Canada, our hearts sink in our chests whenever we read about a death on the water (like the CBC story we shared just earlier today about young Joshua Steinburg—just eleven-years-old when he tragically lost his life). As parents and grandparents, it’s difficult to imagine the pain of such a loss. Especially […]

Ontario Road Trip – Episode 475

The province of Ontario is thought to have gotten its name from an Iroquois word meaning “Beautiful water”—and we couldn’t imagine a more fitting title. With over a quarter of a million unique lakes containing one-fifth of the planet’s fresh water, Ontario is a bottomless treasure chest for anglers of all types, delivering wonders and […]

Gettin’ There – Fish’n Boot Camp Part 2

To get our Fish’n Canada Cooper Tire boot camp at Chaudiere Lodge, we first took Highway 400 north from Toronto. We then took Highway 69 north to Highway 64. We headed east on 64 to Dokis Reserve Rd., then a half hour later we were at Dokis Marina, where we dropped FNC1 If you don’t […]