Posts Tagged ‘Rainbow trout’

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Trolling for Stanley

Veteran NHL forward Matt Duchene of Haliburton is passing down the angling legacy he inherited to his own son.

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Community hatcheries keep Ontario stocked

On a late fall morning, a dozen or so volunteers gather on a wooded hill with a magnificent view of Georgian Bay. This group has no interest in the autumn splendour, however.

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Road salt also a summer problem

A unique study by researchers at the University of Toronto (U of T) released in March contained startling results about the environmental impact of road salt.

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Fish stocking on target

Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) fish stocking efforts have, for the most part, been on target throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Smoked rainbow trout spread

This bright and creamy spread makes a great patio appetizer or bagel topper for brunch.

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.

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Photo Friday Winner – January 6, 2017

Congratulations to our Photo Friday winner this week, Calvin Pitt of Goulais River!

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Steelheading Ontario’s West Coast

Make the most out of Lake Huron’s tributaries.

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The truth about trout lies

Knowing what makes a good trout hangout is half the battle.