Muskie Attacks Winnipeg Woman in Northern Ontario

Musky attacks

You hear of these sort of stories happening in the coastal waters off of the Carolinas or in the swampy waterways of the Florida everglades where humans sometimes become prey to the denizens of the deep, but seldom do we hear of a freshwater fish attacking and wounding a person in Northern Ontario. Well, welcome […]

The Muskie: A Lean, Mean, Fighting Machine – Episode 520

How would you rather catch a Muskie, casting, or trolling? Now, remember, this “is” the fish of 10,000 casts. Let’s say you’re trolling. You cast out once, wait, and finally hook up. You just saved 9,999 casts. Energy conserved, well done! However, if after your 10,000th cast, you hook into a beast, either on a […]

Lake Nipissing, Ontario (Multi-Species)

Location: Lake Nipissing, Ontario GPS: N46º 13.645′ W79º 55.728′ Species: Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Northern Pike, Muskellunge This Hotspot was located during our 2016 Fish’n Canada Bootcamp* up at Chaudiere Lodge. It’s a back bay that harbours Largemouth and Smallmouth Bass, the odd Pike, and if you’re really lucky, you could even tie into a […]

The Elusive 50 Inch Muskie

Last week we left Gord fishing the unknown, making a point to try fishing spots he’s never tried before. Well, take a look at the the results. Gord’s grandson hooked into his first 50 inch plus Muskie.   Gord Pyzer is the award-winning columnist and fishing editor for Outdoor Canada magazine, the best coast to […]

Fish Talk – Go Figure

Hiya folks, Gord Pyzer here, for Outdoor Canada Magazine. Go figure. What am I talking about? If you can’t figure 8 properly when you’re Muskie fishing, you’re going to miss 75-80% of your opportunities, guaranteed. Now, what I’m talking about is those fish that follow your bait in. As soon as you see them, you […]

Muskie Sunday at the Spring Fishing & Boat Show

The Doc is the award-winning columnist and fishing editor for Outdoor Canada magazine the best coast to coast hunting, fishing and outdoor magazine in the country, on this weekend’s show Gord talks about Muskie Sunday at the Spring Fishing & Boat Show, and the amazing blue sky on the Lake Of The Woods.

Fish Talk – Some Do, Most Don’t

Hiya folks, Gord Pyzer here, from Outdoor Canada Magazine. Some do, but most don’t. What am I talking about? We just have enjoyed one of the best smallmouth days ever. We were catching 3.75 – 4.5-pound smallmouth up in Northern Ontario. But the reality is, you can’t see that on most lakes. If you want […]

Did You Know? – Lake Superior Species

Did you know that Lake Superior has approximately 80 different species of fish? With an average underwater visibility of 27 feet, Superior’s cool, clean habitat is the perfect environment for this plethora of finned creatures. The most well-known cold-water species are the Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, and Lake Trout. There’s also Atlantic Salmon, […]

Did You Know? – Georgian Bay

Did you know that Ontario’s Georgian Bay is known in Canada as the sixth Great Lake? But in reality, it’s the northeastern arm of Lake Huron. For years, boaters and anglers consider Georgian Bay as one of the absolute best-boating destinations in all of Ontario. A main draw to this area is the 30,000 islands which […]

Muskies Canada – October 12, 2019

This is the best time of the year for muskie fishing as they bulk up for the winter. Peter Levick from Muskies Canada shares his tips and best fishing locations for that last chance at an elusive trophy.