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Minnow misconceptions

A great article from The Fisheries Blog! All fans of fishes should give it a read. See link below. Source: Minnow misconceptions

We are part way through National Fishing Week (July 1-9). Who wants to win a free fishing rod and reel? Watch the video below… To celebrate National Fishing Week we are giving away 20 rods and reels! To enter, send us a photo of one of your Canadian catches. You can send them to us on Facebook, Twitter, or email them to Continue Reading →

A great giveaway for National Fishing Week from friend Ashley Rae! <

It’s National Fishing Week in Canada, what better time for a GIVEAWAY! I have 3 fishing rods, as well as some other goodies up for grabs for some lucky Canadian residents! The best way to fall in love with fishing... Continue Reading →

Invasive Asian Carp Caught 9 Miles From Great Lakes

Bluegills and Big Smiles!

Bluegills and Big Smiles! #spring #fishing #family #bluegill #norfolkcounty #lakeerie

Spring Time is Stream Time

In the late winter/early spring many of our local streams here in Norfolk County have lots of areas closed to fishing until the 4th Saturday in April. This is to protect local Rainbow Trout during their sensitive spawning season. It... Continue Reading →

2017 Toronto Sportsmen’s Show

Do you like fishing? Do you want to check out the latest fishing gear and learn some new fishing tips and tricks? Then drop by the Toronto Sportsmen Show from March 15 to 19, 2017! Fishing Seminars at the Toronto... Continue Reading →

Seminar Time: Fishing Diversity in the Thames River

Do you want to hear about how I make the most of my fishing along the Thames River and other rivers in Southern Ontario? Do you want to learn about the many great fish species you can target from the... Continue Reading →

2017 Spring Fishing and Boat Show

Every year many anglers in Ontario make the trek to the International Centre to attend the Spring Fishing and Boat Show. This annual event is a wonderful event hosted by the Canadian Outdoor Sport Shows. The COSS is operated by... Continue Reading →

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