Published in Fishing
If  you recall in last week's blog I interviewed Ontario ice angler extraordinaire, JP Bushey, as he explained how he uses an inexpensive underwater camera to take his ice fishing to an entirely new level.  You can do the same thing. I also promised to share with you more of Bushey's underwater observations, and in particular, some of the lessons the fish have taught him. "It’s amazing how subtle adjustments to your lure depth can…
Published in Snowmobiling
Why are you afraid of yellow? When looking at the OFSC interactive trail map, I think many of you are afraid of “Yellow-limited” status trails and I really don't understand why. Snowmobiling is an off-road sport that occurs in a natural environment and with that comes constantly changing conditions. A seasoned rider will tell you countless stories of these varied conditions from soup to nuts as they say! Here's why you need to lose the…
Nothing is more enjoyable than watching the excitement on a child’s face when experiencing something new for the first time. Family Day in Northeastern Ontario provides many outdoor opportunities to families all across the region. Most activities are free or at a discounted rate to get everyone active and enjoying the many outdoor activities the winter has to offer, including downhill and nordic skiing, snowshoeing, OFSC Trails, and Free Fishing! The Ontario Government has lifted…
We here at The Fish'n Canada Show have really come to appreciate the great fishing that the Algoma Region has to offer, especially the walleye! Agreed the brook trout in Algoma are among the biggest and most plentiful in the province but being able to not have to travel to the absolute upper reaches of Ontario makes Algoma walleye fishing in a class by itself. Since most of the walleye waters in Algoma are classic…
With the weather network toying at our emotions and throwing around words like “temperature roller coaster” and “active storm track”, Ontarians are starting to get a bit doubtful about the impending weather patterns, predictions, and even promises that winter could still make a comeback. With less than favourable snow conditions this year across Central Canada, it's easy to fall into that negative mentality, where we assume we just skipped winter this year because it’s not…
The largest winter festival in Northeastern Ontario is back in Cochrane, and this year it’s better than ever! From February 5th to 15th, the Cochrane Winter Carnival takes over the town with a full slate of icy events including a mash-up car derby, polar bear dip, snowmobile races, fishing derby, outdoor dance under the stars, parades, hockey tournament, helicopter rides and more! Folks from Sudbury, North Bay, Timmins and the surrounding area are invited to join the…
Published in Fishing
If you're looking to enhance your Northern Ontario ice fishing experience this winter, I have something super special for you today.  A way you can add so much extra excitement and knowledge to your already world class fishing adventure.  It is using an underwater camera while you fish. "My friend, John Whyte, from Time On The Water Canada and The Lake Simcoe Message Board was the person who got me started," says friend and Cabela's…
The exchange rate and low cost of gas have been huge factors in why we're seeing so many U.S. sledders north of the border this year. Combine that with Mother Nature's less-than-amazing performance almost everywhere except Northern Ontario and it's a no-brainer: book a room, trailer up and hit those famed OFSC trails!  And now, as if that's not enough, the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs has gone a step further by offering two incredible…
I marvel at all the different names popular fish species get saddled with. The lake trout is no exception, and this unique species goes by some pretty colorful names, including denizen of the deep, mackinaw, siscowet, lake char, touladi and my favorite the gray trout. The gray trout or just gray for short inhabits clear, cold and deep water lakes all across the Northern United States and Canada. In Ontario's Algoma Country grays can be…
Glenn Gould is one of the best known classical pianists in the 20th century. He was known as many things: a concert pianist, a writer and a CBC broadcaster. But did you know that he spent time on the shores of Lake Superior? A recently published book about Glenn Gould by local author Dale Innes discusses his work and his time spent in the North. I asked Dale if she would share, in her own…
     
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