No matter the species, Ontario OUT of DOORS experts have ice fishing tips and trick to share, from panfish to steelhead to walleye, and more.
With the end of ice fishing season drawing near, the Ontario Conservation Officers Association (OCOA) is reminding anglers to plan to remove their ice huts.
Try these three simple, but effective modifications to jigging spoons.
Cutting holes is a job that every angler has to do, but with the right tools, it doesn't have to be the hardest.
James Smedley writes about great fishing during extreme cold temperatures, and the boreal generosity of an outfitter north of Manitouwadge.
Using big slip floats to present large shiners to ice-bound pike has become a favourite technique of mine. It works as both a primary method and like a tip-up, as a secondary rod, away from the hut.
You don’t need a huge collection of ice fishing lures to catch walleye. In fact, all you need are a couple baits... and you’ll be setting hooks all day long.
Mobility, gear performance, and fish activity levels are all impacted by frigid conditions. Want to keep your ice game hot when the mercury really drops this winter? Try these tips.
Want to catch giant bluegills? These tips will help... Locating and catching trophy bluegills will test an angler’s ice-fishing chops.
The end of winter may be just around the corner, but the best ice fishing of the season isn't over. Late ice means great weather and hungry lakers across Ontario’s ice belt.