Location: Muskoka Lake, Ontario GPS: N44º 57.500′ W079º 23.609′ Species: Walleye, Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass This Hotspot is a point for Walleye, Pike, and Smallmouth Bass. If the fish are cranked up, then throwing 3-5″ plastics are your best bet. If the fish are slow and lethargic, then you may have to switch to live […]
On this Fish’n Canada episode, Angelo ventures northward with his grandson “Niki” to a remote corner of Ontario, fishing on the renowned Montreal River. Their home-base is Golden Eagle Camp, which is situated in Sidney Creek, one of many arms that branch from the main river. One of the great things about drive-to operations like Golden Eagle is […]
Montreal River Smallmouth Bass – N 47° 53.677’ W 80° 31.418’ Today’s Hotspot is where Nik latched onto his giant Smallmouth Bass. The waypoint on your screen will get you right there. On these larger river systems, I like to fish them much the same as I would a lake. By breaking a river down […]
N 44° 59.913’ W 074° 39.890’ Today’s Hotspot is a large shallow flat area on the St. Lawrence River that Pete and I have been fishing for a few years with great success. The waypoint on your screen will put you there. This area is a combination of weeds and open holes with close access […]
Hiya folks, Most of us, our hearts skip a beat when we come across a big bed, or cabbage weed, or coontail, or milfoil—or even lily pads. And the reason? I can’t think of a species of fish that, at some time during the year, you can’t catch it in the weeds. But here’s the thing […]
Hiya folks, I’ve got a question for you today: What do ostriches and Walleyes have in common? Well, the answer is ostriches don’t usually—don’t ever—stick their heads in the sand and Walleyes are rarely belly-to-the-bottom totally inactive. Walleyes are much more aggressive than we give them credit for, and that’s why you shouldn’t start the […]
Health Canada estimates that there will be 30,000 new cases of Lyme Disease every year by 2020. David Lawrence joins Angelo on a call from England, to talk about a new vaccine.
This month’s hotspot is tucked away at the back of a long shallow finger at the top of the French River called Wigwam Bay. We’d highly recommend using the services of a Chaudière Lodge guide, this bay is really off the beaten path. Not much is known about this area as it does not conform to the normal Walleye-holding structure and cover of the French… the biggest reason is that this is one of the few pieces of water in the entire system that screams Large Mouth Bass… you’ll know what we mean when you get there.
If there was ever a surefire guarantee in fishing, it would be that Canada is home to the best Northern Pike fishing in the world. Pike can be found in every province and they can grow to monstrous proportions. For this episode, Angelo headed to the province of Saskatchewan and in particular Lake Athabasca, a […]