Did you know that Ontario’s Bay Of Quinte is often considered by many as a Walleye factory? Churning out double-digit fish after fish, year in and year out. So why are there so many massive Walleye in the Bay of Quinte? Well, genetics has a lot to…
Originally published May 15th, 2020 The Bay of Fundy is a massive bay on the Atlantic Ocean between the Canadian provinces of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. A small portion touches the bank in the state of Maine. It has the highest tidal range anywhere in the…
Originally published May 5th, 2020 For this late fall Fish’n Canada episode, Steve Niedzwiecki and I head to my old stomping grounds, Ontario’s Bay of Quinte. As far as cold, open water is concerned, Quinte is one of the world’s best for big Walleye. This body of…
Originally published: April 17th, 2020 This Fish’n Canada episode is somewhat of a nostalgic one for me. Nostalgic in the sense of the quarry I’m after, the Brook Trout, or as they’re sometimes called, Speckled Trout. These gorgeous little creatures have always been a high priority in…
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