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Catch and release


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Mystery Tackle Box – January 2013


Innisfil Boat Launch – Lake Simcoe


Live Target Lures

A few years ago I went to the Outdoorsman Show in Toronto and came across a new product called Live Target Lures. Right away I saw that these lures stood out with their realistic paint schemes and the attention to detail.

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Eat What You Catch

For most anglers fishing is about the fun and excitement of heading out for a day on the water, with some friends and just having a good time. I strongly encourage the “catch and release” policy when fishing, but from time to time it doesn’t hurt to keep a few of the fish you catch to enjoy a great shore lunch. Luckily I live in Southern Ontario where most of our lakes and rivers are clean and in turn the fish are healthy which makes them great to eat

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Where To Fish On Bay of Quinte

The walleye capital of Ontario, and maybe even the world. Check out this map to find out where to troll to catch some monster eyes.

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Bass Fishing, Big Business

There are two major tours in bass fishing the B.A.S.S. Tour (The Bass Anglers Sportsman Society) and the Wal-Mart FLW Tour. These tours have the best anglers in the world all competing for millions of dollars in prize money, ya that’s right it’s not a typo, millions of dollars for catching fish. This is just the tip of the iceberg, the money these anglers earn by winning is peanuts compared to the money they earn from sponsors. Just how much money they earn from sponsors is not known since all of these contracts are confidential, but these guys, their boats, and their trucks are all completely covered in ads, not to mention all the commercials, tv shows, seminars, and different trade shows they attend. It all seems pretty easy, getting paid to fish, but it’s far from it. If these guys don’t perform consistently then they fall out of the standings and they can kiss ….

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Fishing with Minnows

The quick, easy, and surefire way to catch fish.

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