When ice fishing for lake trout, I carry a pretty narrow selection of baits. Ninety percent of the time, I use some version of a white tube jig.
You see them everywhere – piles of cigarette butts gathered on curbs and sidewalks, at bus stops and smoking shelters, outside stores and offices.
The province of Ontario has 400,000 lakes, rivers, and streams that support fish. According to Statistics Canada, there are over 700, 000 active anglers in the province.
We all remember the fishing trips when walleye come fast and furious. When the bite is on, you can simply do no wrong. Drop bait in the water and it’s immediately inhaled.
Once again the Chamber of Commerce Central Canada Outdoor Show is upon us.
Thanks to the work of the recent Fisheries Management Zone 6 committee recommendations, many Thunder Bay anglers are lucky enough to have enjoyed several weeks of local lake trout fishing, something n
The Central Canada Outdoor Show is a huge success story. Now in its sixth year, the show continues to grow in both content and popularity.
There are certain opportunities in life that simply can’t be passed up.
The Red Rock Marina is located in a sheltered bay area of Nipigon Bay. In 2009, the Township of Red Rock received funding to assist them in upgrading the current Red Rock Marina.
If you are planning on camping the summer with your new RV here are some useful tips that will make your camping more enjoyable.
This is an exciting year for the Shaw Kenora Bass International due to the continued National Coverage for the event will consist of a live broadcast on August 7th 2010 across Canada on CJBN, availabl
Every March, on the iconic Sleeping Giant, hundreds of outdoor enthusiasts take part in an amazing event known as the Sleeping Giant Loppet.
Take a ride down to one of the local marine dealers (and we have several in Thunder Bay) and check out the selection of water craft available. It is mind boggling to say the least.
Northern Ontario may possess some dramatic scenery but from an angling standpoint the fact that it envelops a big chunk of prime brook trout country is its most distinguishing feature.
It goes without saying that our children are the ones who are going to continue the legacy and maintain our outdoor heritage that has changed so much over the last twenty years.