Posts Tagged ‘Angling’

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Wetlands added to Greenbelt

The province plans to add 46.5 hectares (115 acres) of wetlands connected to Bowmanville, Soper, and Wilmot creeks to the Greenbelt.

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Different fishing styles have time and place

We all know anglers who fish the same waters religiously and consistently catch big fish.

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Multi-species angling offers variety

While some anglers spend a good portion of the year waiting to target a specific species during a certain season, many anglers are constantly on the go, never relenting in their pursuit of fish, regardless of the species or time of year.

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Better understanding size limits

Why are there size limits on fish? We give you a better understanding of which fish you can keep and which need to be released.

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National fishing week returns July 4-12

With National Fishing Week set to return from July 4 to 12 amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, the Canadian Sportfishing Industry Association (CSIA) is highlighting the mental and physical health benefits of fishing.

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Dissecting the steelhead

What makes steelhead such magnificent adversaries? The best way to find out just might be to take a closer look at how they’re built.

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Timberwolf Lodge: angling the intriguing waters of Nagagami Lake

Angling the intriguing waters of Nagagami Lake.

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Considering the canoe

There is no denying the appeal of powerful outboards on comfortable boats loaded with angling gear, but there’s something poetic about the canoe.

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UPDATE: No Trespassing Bylaw closes causeway to anglers

A decision made by Peterborough County Council will have ramifications for anglers in the area…At a County of Peterborough, County Council meeting on March 21, issues with the enforcement of a previously approved no-trespassing bylaw for the James A. Gifford causeway were shared.