Gord Pzyer – October 19, 2019

The Doc is the award winning columnist and fishing editor for Outdoor Canada magazine, The best coast to coast hunting, fishing and outdoors magazine in the country. On this weeks show Gord talks about this week’s blog selecting the right kind of rod for the type of fishing that you are planning…

Ganaraska Steel – Episode 489

It’s been quite some time since the Fish’n Canada team has put a river Steelhead show together. With this slice of sportfishing being so popular, we had to “don the waders” and hit the river. THE GANNY The water that Pete fished for this episode was the upper portion of the Ganaraska River. The “Ganny”, […]

Fish Talk – In Praise of Power

Hiya folks, I want to talk to you today about “In Praise of Power.” If you lift up the rod locker of most pro anglers and look at the rods, you’re gonna see powerful rods. Long, powerful, graphite rods. The cork handles are gonna be worn smooth and you’re gonna see lots of sweat embedded […]

Fish Talk – Let It Load

HIya folks, Let it load. That’s what I want to talk about today folks, letting your rod load. One of the ironies about fishing is when the fish are really aggressive—whether they’re Walleyes, or Smallmouth, muskies, or maybe even Northern Pike—and they’re slashing at your bait, we tend to miss them more often than not. The […]

Fish Talk – Make It Look Like New

Hiya folks, I want to talk to you today about cork handle rods. I love using cork handled rods early in the spring or late in the fall—any time it’s cold outside. Cork feels really warm in your hands. The only problem with cork handled rods is they tend to get dirty quickly. There are two […]

Fish Talk – Lined Up

Hiya folks, Every year, I get the chance to take out dozens and dozens of folks. I get the chance to take them out fishing, and when I pick them up at the dock they’re usually holding two or three rods and reels, and I always ask them the same question: What pound test do […]

Fish Talk – Stickbaits in the Wind

Hiya folks, One of the most popular baits—probably the most popular bait—to come along in the past decade or so is the Senko-style stickbait. These things catch everything. The one problem fishing these baits, because we normally fish them weightless, is throwing them when it’s windy outside. Here are a couple tips to make that a […]

Tools of The Trade – Line Selection

There are basically three types of line: monofilaments, fluorocarbons, and braids. You have to know some things before you make a selection. What are you fishing for? For small fish and small lures with light tackle use monofilament. It’s relatively cheap and very versatile. What kind of water are you fishing in? If it’s clear and […]

Tools Of The Trade – Baitcasting Rods

In this technological age, high-performance specialty rods have become the norm. What you fish for will determine which rod characteristics you need to fish effectively. Many anglers prefer baitcasters for bigger fish. Baitcasting rods are designed with the reel and guides on the top and a trigger grip on the bottom for stability when casting […]

High Traffic Carp – Episode 464

Pete and Will with a double-header of Otonabee River Carp.

If an easily accessible and crazy-good fishing spot is what you’re looking for, then this episode is for you! This Fish’n Canada adventure is all about easy access to some of the biggest, baddest, hard-fighting fish in the nation. Pete is on the bank of the Otonabee River right inside the beautiful, quaint city of […]