Otter Lake, Quebec

Location: Otter Lake, Quebec GPS: N45º 48.299′ W074º 47.647′ Species: Rainbow Trout, Largemouth Bass This Hotspot is on Otter Lake in Quebec’s Kenauk Nature Reserve in the Outaouais Region. Since this is a small, bowl-shaped lake with very little bottom structure, we suggest trolling for best results. Covering water is the key to success here. We […]

Jailbreak Rainbows – Episode 502

This was the first Fish’n Canada episode of the 2019 fishing season and it truly was a highly anticipated one! It took place at the gorgeous Pleasant Cove Resort in Point au Baril Ontario, on Georgian Bay. I’ve been to Pleasant Cove before and this place always gets me excited. Another first on this trip was the […]

Long Mountain Lake, British Columbia

Location: Long Mountain Lake, British Columbia GPS: N59º 18.091′ W126º 38.585′ Species: Lake Trout This Fish’n Canada Hotspot is directly off a point on British Columbia’s Long Mountain Lake which leads towards a saddle and an underwater hump. On a past Fish’n Canada episode shot at this location, we didn’t have to dig too deep […]

Hotspot – A New Sheriff in Town

Otter Lake – N 45° 48.299′ W 74° 47.647′ Today’s Hotspot is Otter Lake in Quebec’s Kenauk Nature Reserve. The waypoint on your screen will get you there. Since this is a small, bowl-shaped lake with very little bottom structure, we suggest trolling for best results. Covering water is the key to success here. The […]

Fish Talk – Find The Bait, Find The Fish

Hiya folks, I want to share a sonar trick with you that I can virtually guarantee is going to put more fish in the boat, especially if you fish big open water for Lake Trout, Steelhead, Walleye, and Salmon. Actually, this little trick was taught to me by Paul Powers, the Dean of Charter Boat Captains […]

Fish Talk – Rig Electronics

Hiya folks, When I look around my boat—and I’m sure my boat’s just like yours—I’ve got so many electronics on my boat these days. I’ve got a Vantage electric on the back, I’ve got a foot control up front here, two GPS sonar units on the console, and another one on the front casting platform. And […]

Tools of The Trade – Sonar

Fish finders, depth sounders, sonars: It doesn’t matter what you call them, they’ve come a long way from the original paper graph of the seventies. They still perform the same function, however: to help you locate fish and see beyond the surface of the water. Without them, we’d still be in the dark ages. But […]

A New Sheriff in Town – Episode 488

To say that Pete and Angelo are technique freaks or perfectionists of their fishing craft would be an understatement. They thrive on the intricacies of all things gear-oriented. Parabolic curves of rods, drag systems in reels, shapes and material make-up of weights, sharpening angles of hook-points, and the list goes on. In fact, the list […]

New Brunswick Invasion – Episode 485

In this Fish’n Canada episode, Angelo heads to the province of New Brunswick with his good buddy and muskie-fishing nut Steve Niedzwiecki (owner of Chaudiere Lodge on Upper French River). Here, they seek Canada’s number one predator, the almighty Muskellunge. You read it correctly, there are muskie in New Brunswick and they are thriving in the […]

Garmin acquires Navionics

Garmin Ltd. (NASDAQ: GRMN) today announced that it has acquired Navionics S.p.A., a privately-held worldwide provider of electronic navigational charts and mobile applications for the marine industry. “Navionics has long been known as a leading supplier of highly accurate navigational charts and mobile applications for boaters,” said Cliff Pemble, Garmin president and CEO. “By combining Navionics’ […]