YOUR GUIDE TO LAKE OF THE WOODS ICE FISHING

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Article Provided by : Ontario’s Sunset Country https://www.ontariossunsetcountry.ca/     You’ve probably heard about Lake of the Woods – with over 65,000 miles of shoreline and over 14,500 islands, it’s a spectacular lake. The Canadian side of Lake of the Woods offers many different points, drop offs, flats and island chains. The structure combined with […]

Explore Canada: Ontario

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Explore Canada: With its truly massive size, Canada is an extremely vast country that offers an unlimited variety of hunting and fishing options to the traveling outdoor enthusiast. In this segment, fishing expert Joel Prunty explores the Provinces and territories in the Great White North in an effort to help you find the perfect location […]

Ontario – Where Crappie Season Never Ends

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Crappie Season starts in the Fall in Sunset Country Article Provided By: Sunsetcountry.net Don’t think that crappie season is over once the ice covers open water. In fact… Come fall, the crappie bite is just getting started! As the summer cools down, crappie fishing is heating up in Sunset Country. Fall is one of the […]

Bow Narrows Lodge: 2014 Tackle Hits

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Trophy Pike Lures of 2014: Article By: Dan Baughman   For decades smaller lures outperformed larger ones for Northern Pike at Bow Narrows Camp and the west end of Red Lake, Ontario. But life doesn’t stand still and patterns and trends change. For a couple of years now, some of our anglers have seen good […]

EXPLORE CANADA: MANITOBA

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Explore Canada: With its truly massive size, Canada is an extremely vast country that offers an unlimited variety of hunting and fishing options to the traveling outdoor enthusiast. In this segment, fishing expert Joel Prunty explores the Provinces and territories in the Great White North in an effort to help you find the perfect location […]

Catch more Walleye…in Canada

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The first bit of advice I give walleye anglers heading to Canada for the first time is DON’T over think your approach – the walleye are just not that smart…really.  I’m not saying Canadian walleye are easier to catch, which generally they are, what I am saying is your approach should start with the basics. […]

Last Place On Earth – no place like Canada

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Recently, North American Fisherman asked the following question on Facebook, “If you could pick only one place to fish the rest of your life, where would it be?” I’ve put my own spin on this question by asking myself…”If I could only fish for walleye or pike one more time in my life, where would […]

5 TIPS for finding a Canadian Walleye Fishing Factory

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If you’re awalleye fisherman there’s a good chance your dream trip is finding a Canadian lake where you can catch one walleye after another until your arms get sore. Maybe you’ve experienced it yourself or heard stories about a lake so full of walleye that it’s a surprise when your jig actually makes it to […]

When Chasing Trophy Pike…think BIG

One thing I’ve learned over the course of 20-years chasing trophy pike is the best fishing water all have one ingredient incommon…. they are all huge. Big water isn’t a requirement for catching trophy pike, not by a long shot. Smaller lakes and rivers will produce trophies every year. But, what I’m talking about is […]

Crossing the Canadian Border

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In a matter of weeks, fishermen from all over North America will begin their annual migration across the Canadian border like Atlantic salmon on a spawning run up the Miramichi River.  If you are one of these lucky anglers you’re practically intoxicated with a longing for the tug of a nice walleye, the power of […]