Walleye, Bass, Trout, Northern Pike, Salmon and Muskie Fishing Tips &
4 Fishing - Fishing Tips and Techniques
sure to also visit our provincial fishing pages for more specific
information regarding fishing, species, techniques, and tips.
When is the best time to fish ? The obvious answer is ..whenever we
get the chance.
Of course we know that there are times during the day that fish feed
more aggressively and days that produce better than others. While we
can't always control the days that we have available to fish, we can
generally make sure to be on the water at the right times.
It takes a bit of luck to catch fish ! Some days we have it, other days
I know that I have enjoyed the days fishing even when my fishing luck
was poor and eagerly anticipated getting back at it at the first opportunity.
The good thing about luck is that it seems to change quickly and fishing
fortune never stays in a down trend for long.
Are you ready to improve your fishing, to learn how to use your equipment
better, and to broaden your horizons ? Well the simple truth is .. we
all are. Our research, experience and individual message board contributions
will come together to create and share a wealth of multi-species fishing
tips. Fishing does allow us the time to prepare, and to try new ideas.
Be sure to bookmark this site - Check back regularly as our base
of fishing information will continue to expand. We deal with hundreds
of outfitters across Canada and will be soliciting their valued imput
and their time tested and true ideas. Also, be sure to post your questions
on the message board to stimulate the exchange of ideas and experiences.
A Simple Formula = Equipment + Techniques
+ Timing + Location = Fishing Success.
Location - a variable that time, transportation,
species, and our budgets control. It varies from individual to individual
and of course we should try to get to the best water we realistically
can. No matter where you are In Canada good fishing is never far away.
We have a large selection of outfitters, guides, and lodges represented
across Canada. A visit to their individual websites can provide a wealth
of information regarding the fishing on their lakes and water systems.
Selecting a species from the menu will direct you to specific fishing
information for that species in the province of your choice.
Equipment + Techniques + Timing are all within our control.
There is no such thing as the all purpose rod and reel. When you are
buying a rod and reel is all about choices. It’s about figuring
out what type of fishing you like to do, when, and where. Answering
those questions first will help you make the best rod and reel choice
for your applications.
These decisions will vary significantly from species to species and
are best dealt with on an individual species basis.
for all species - Coming Soon
- Brook Trout