Posts Tagged ‘Pike’

Gord Ellis with a big brookie caught fly fishing in a downpour G Ellis photo
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Prepare for rainy day fishing

For nearly as long as I can recall, people have been saying fishing is better in the rain. After many decades of being caught out in the wet stuff for all manner of species, I tend to agree. Something about the disturbed surface of the water, and the change in barometric pressure, can be a trigger.

Fish wasting in Great Lakes' depths due in part to algae blooms
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Winds can leave Erie pike eggs high and dry

Winds may be responsible for low pike egg survival on Lake Erie, according to Nathan Stott, a Ph.D student at Bowling Green State U. in Ohio.

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MNRF Fishing survey returns

Approximately 32,000 anglers and a sample of seniors across Ontario were asked to complete the Survey of Recreational Fishing in Ontario sent out on Jan. 12.

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May 2020 solunar calendar

The solunar calendar for May 2020 is now available! Get the dates and times when fish and wildlife will be most active this month.

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Timberwolf Lodge: angling the intriguing waters of Nagagami Lake

Angling the intriguing waters of Nagagami Lake.

a remote chalet surrounded by forest
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Fishing for giants at St-Cyr Royal

Angler & Hunter TV connected with the Quebec Outfitters Federation and booked a trip to what the Federation called Quebec’s crown jewel.

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Pike croquettes served with homemade spicy dip

These crunchy pike bites are the ultimate party finger food. Not a fan of pike? Try them with walleye or perch.

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Pike po’boy

Here’s a classic sub with a twist — beer-battered pike fried until crispy and golden brown. Serve with potato chips or make your own crispy French fries.

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Identifying walleye, sauger, pickerel, and pike

If you find yourself tripping over the terms walleye, sauger, pickerel, and pike, you’re not alone. For starters, here in Ontario we interchange…