Kevin’s Kawarthas Fall Bass Bonanza

Kevin with a Kawartha's Largemouth Bass

There’s something satisfying about having one of your fishing buddies cancel on a canoe trip last minute, then you end up catching more monster bass than one could ever imagine on that same trip. Every time I hooked into a trophy largemouth or feisty smallmouth, I’d point the video camera at the catch, call out […]

Killer Goats and Giant Panfish – Week in Review

The Stories that Matter and the Fuel to your Bar Banter – Canadian Fishing and Hunting News from the Week of September 24th, 2021 Although news has never been so abundant, finding relevant and reliable stories has never been more difficult. Thankfully, Fish’n Canada has you covered. From Killer Goats to Giant Panfish, here is […]

Dead Salmon and Illegally Harvested Deer – Week in Review

The Stories that Matter and the Fuel to your Bar Banter – Canadian Fishing and Hunting News from the Week of September 17th, 2021 Although news has never been so abundant, finding relevant and reliable stories has never been more difficult. Thankfully, Fish’n Canada has you covered. From Dead Salmon to Illegally Harvested Deer, here […]

Week in Review – Pizzly Bears and Goby Invasions

The Stories that Matter and the Fuel to your Bar Banter – Canadian Fishing and Hunting News from the Week of September 10th, 2021 Although news has never been so abundant, finding relevant and reliable stories has never been more difficult. Thankfully, Fish’n Canada has you covered. From Pizzly Bears to Goby Invasions, here is […]

Week in Review – Deer COVID and Record Sturgeon

The Stories that Matter and the Fuel to your Bar Banter – Canadian Fishing and Hunting News from the Week of September 3rd, 2021 Although news has never been so abundant, finding relevant and reliable stories has never been more difficult. Thankfully, Fish’n Canada has you covered. From record sturgeon to deer COVID, here is […]

Week in Review – Fake Seafood and Stolen Salmon

The Stories that Matter and the Fuel to your Bar Banter – Canadian Fishing and Hunting News from the Week of August 27th, 2021 Although news has never been so abundant, finding relevant and reliable stories has never been more difficult. Thankfully, Fish’n Canada has you covered. From fake tuna to stolen salmon, here is […]

Fish’n Canada Caption Contest – August 2021

We want to hear more of your clever, hilarious, and out-of-the-box caption ideas on some classic Fish’n Canada photos! Submit your best caption and you could win an Autographed Fish’n Canada Hat! The submission deadline is 12 p.m. (EST) on August 26th. You can submit your comment by sending us an email at captioncontest@fishncanada.com. Use the […]

Caption Contest July 30th Finalists

Ang and Pete took some time to narrow down what they believe are their favourite captions, now it’s time to help us pick the BEST one. Scroll through the below images and when you’re done vote which one you think is the funniest, using the Facebook post below! Voting closes on August 5th at 9:00 am! Click here […]

Ang & Pete’s Top 10 Soft Plastic Baits

Baitrunner Vs Big Pit

Sponsored by Ram Trucks Soft plastic baits have been around for what seems like eons. The reason for such longevity is, of course, they catch fish! In the world of artificial baits, soft plastics have probably caught more fish than any other type or style of bait. Now that may not be a fair comparison […]

Do Pike and Muskie Attack Humans?

By: Dean Taylor As a young kid in southern Ontario, few fish occupied my mind more than Pike and Muskie. On one hand, as a young angler, catching a fish measuring nearly as long as myself was the stuff of dreams. On the other, as someone who just as frequently liked to swim in the […]