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 weekends show Gord talks about the period during the winter when the fish are less active and hard to catch.
We have mercury in our northern lakes and it’s showing up in the sport fish that we catch and eat. Miranda Chen, was a member of the study team from York University that sampled many Ontario lakes. Miranda joins Angelo to talk about the results of this comprehensive study
THE CHOICE ISN’T ALWAYS CLEAR A crystal clear lake. A muddy river. These different types of water bodies call for different types of bait. Water clarity can be a huge factor in determining what items in an angler’s arsenal will yield positive results. In this classic Fish’n Canada tutorial, host Angelo Viola explains and demonstrates […]
Did you know that Ontario is home to over 400,000 lakes, rivers, and streams? That’s fifteen percent of the world’s fresh water—and some of the finest freshwater sport fishing found anywhere. Here, muskie can reach a whopping 65 pounds, and anglers catch more than eight million Walleye each year, including some of the biggest in […]
When the Fish’n Canada crew hits the water, it isn’t all fun and games. Or is it? Take a look back at the many fishing follies we experienced during our 2016 season with these extended bloopers and outtakes.
Former Toronto Maple Leaf Kris King joins Angelo. Kris is the Senior Vice President of Hockey Operations for the N.H.L. Angelo will be in his glory talking about the Leafs, hockey and fishing.
The Doc, Gord Pyzer 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 This week’s blog is about beating the winter blues….referring to the sometimes difficult ice fishing in February…
Jeff Yurek from Southwestern Ontario, is the new Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry. Mr. Yurek will join Angelo to talk about his passion for the outdoors, and his “to do” list as Minister.
Seafood fraud is a lucrative business. Oceana Canada has been testing fish in stores and restaurants across Canada. Julia Levin joins Angelo with the results of their investigation and it’s pretty discouraging. Some of the fish tested will make you sick.
This program was very near and dear to Angelo’s heart. It took him back to an area that was instrumental in his growth as an angler: the Kawartha Lakes and the Trent Severn Waterway. “I spent most of my youth fishing these waters from Lake Scugog down to Percy Boom,” says Ang. Home base for […]