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, […]
June’s Hotspot is a Speckled Trout, Lake Trout, Steelhead and Salmon waypoint… we know that because we just caught all of them there! Try casting spinners and small spoons like Cleos & Minnow baits up to 5″. Don’t hesitate to cast shallow and work out to the first break down to 12 feet.
March’s Hot Spot is at the mouth of Bowmanville Creek. Fish off of the piers into the river mouth using spawn on the bottom or under a float for chrome Steelhead.
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.
Last season on the Fish’n Canada Show, we featured a western Canadian lake called Last Mountain Lake. Also known as Long Lake, it is located about an hour north of Regina, Saskatchewan. The Northern Pike fishing was so good there, that we just had to return to give it another shot. Rob Schulz, owner and […]
Here is a very interesting video from Freewater Pictures of a Tiger Muskie and Trout showing off their hunting skills. It’s amazing to see these fish in the early stages using their instincts to catch a meal. Take what you see in this video and apply it to when you want to target theses species. […]
Tomorrow April 23 is the 4th Saturday in April, which means all the trout fanatics, as well as anyone else with pent up fish fever, will be legal (at 12:00:01 am) to start out their 2016 open water fishing season. It’s actually a site to behold, watching all the anglers wade the streams in search […]
This hotspot was fished by our own Angelo Viola and Vic Carro of STS Guiding on the Pitt River In beautiful British Columbia. Since this picturesque river has as many shallow rocky run as it does dark deep holes, it’s a good idea to hire a professional guide. You can either motor upstream, then start working the pools and runs all the way down or vice-versa, methodically working upstream. Spoons are the #1 choice for lures but don’t hesitate to try inline spinners and minnowbaits.