Watch below how this four foot shark is eaten in one bite by a huge Grouper fish. This is why I do not swim in the ocean!
Knowing these facts about this most popular fish in Ontario will make success easier
No fish is more sought-after in Ontario than the walleye. This great-eating and fun-to-catch species is found throughout the province in rivers, lakes, and waters large and small. Every Ontario walleye habitat has its own challenges for anglers, but fishermen who understand these simple truths about Read More…
let's get ready to go fishing
By now you’re tired of hunting. Most of us are in the garage looking for a project before we have to get the lawnmower going, and I have just the ticket: it’s time plan your next fishing trip and to start gearing up for the spring fishing season. Dig out those tackle boxes and fishing[.....]
Hall-of-fame freshwater angler Spence Petros of Chicago was fishing with a buddy one summer day on sprawling 70,000-acre Eagle Lake, located due north of International Falls, Minnesota, near Dryden, Ontario. They had good success catching a number of nice fish, when suddenly a heavy northern pike Read More…
I’ve never seen anything quite like this before. The SKINZIT® Electric Fish Skinner is designed to easily remove rib bones and skin from the fillet in two simple steps. Watch the video and please make a post below if you’ve tried this product before.
Would you ever consider using a slingshot to harvest a shark? The thought has never crossed my mind, but for some folks, it certainly has. Looks like a slingshot… Shoots like a bow! And it’s a shark killer! Yeah, this isn’t a deer hunting related video necessarily, but I wanted to show you an Read More…
Working the wilderness waters of this Southern Ontario lake from a houseboat camp
It is a crisp spring morning. The sun is just tipping above a ridge of dense pines on the eastern bank of a sheltered, quiet cove. Three anglers ease along a rocky shoreline in a sturdy boat. The only sounds are the occasional hum of an electric motor, the soft plops of lures landing in[.....]
Watch as this pike stalks a baby duckling. I’ve heard of people tying duckling style flies and having success. Anyone try this before?
Whether it's winter or you're traveling north during the cooler months.
Knowing some solid winter bass fishing techniques is so important during the slowest producing part of the year for fishing. Though anglers may argue about when is the best time of the year to catch fish, few will argue that winter is the best time to be on the water. While winter may not be[.....]
This Eastern Ontario lake is a sleeper "drive-to" spot for smallmouths.
Sometimes in fishing you just know what’s going to happen even before the first cast is made. There’s a certain feeling of confidence about a place that is just so perfect, so “fishy,” that you can’t fail to connect with bass. That’s how I felt that golden warm Read More…