From trophy fish to the best baits, Ontario OUT of DOORS has the salmon fishing advice you need.
Contributor Paul Hurtubise explains how DMV (depth, movement, visibility) is also a mantra for steelhead-rigging success.
August is the month that anglers will be plying western Lake Ontario for coho and chinook salmon. The fish, now approaching their top weights, are starting to school and home in on the parent streams where they were stocked.
This angler knew it was a potential record fish.
Seeking silver in Ontario waters
Sometimes, cut bait is the only answer.
It’s opening day of trout season, the last Saturday in April, on Ontario’s tributaries. For the first time in over 40 years, I’m not on a river, but I am fishing, from a boat, only a few hundred yards out from Jordan Harbour on western Lake Ontario....
Over the years, spoons have continued to be the top lure for Great Lakes salmon and trout. The million-dollar question, however, is which type of spoon is the best choice?
This week's Photo Friday winner is Sandy Henderson from Georgetown. Congratulations!
Reeling in one of these makes for a nice day on the water.