Quick blog post today; just want to give a little report on what I have been seeing on the ice. Yes, ice fishing 2023 has been good, have been on the ice quite a bit so far this season. Mostly I have been fishing small waters, pits and ponds. There is no real reason for that, no real strategy. It has just worked out that those are the waters I have fished the most. Actually, my new year did start …Read More »
Wow, Now the Internet Scouts Have Gone Too Far!
I was surfin’ around the interwebs about a year ago and saw a headline that caught my eye: Thunder Bay lawyer says FOI request for fishing spot is without merit I will not copy and paste the story, but if you want to read it all you can HERE. What it said was there was a guy that paddled into some provincial park up in Canada and did a story on the big brook trout he caught there. After seeing …Read More »
Fall Fishing at its Finest
It’s the time of year when the fish are filling their bellies as much as they can, because like us, they know what’s coming. The conditions the past couple of weeks have been great for getting on the water, and with the first cold snap came a great bite. It’s time to capitalize on it while you can. There were some great days to be outside in October. I believe one day we even had record highs near 90 degrees! This …Read More »
Dog Days of Fishing
Every year I hear and read accounts of anglers who think that August is a slow time for fishing. It’s hot, the dog days of summer are upon us, and in most cases, there are more than enough groceries for fish to help themselves too. Fish can be lethargic, seem to disappear, and not be interested in being caught at all. While part of that is true, not all of it is. It’s true, in lots of cases this year, that …Read More »