Posts Tagged ‘Travel’

Bass
More Bass

Winter fishing getaway to Florida

One of the best things about competing in the Bassmaster Elite Series is hooking up my boat in late January and heading to Florida.

mitchell's bay diver duck hunting fall
Travel

Hunting diver ducks on Mitchell’s Bay

The lower Great Lakes region, Lake St. Clair’s Mitchell’s Bay, is the epicentre of diver ducks funnelling from across North America.

Muskie
More Muskie

Rowan Lake: a fly-in muskie adventure

After watching my angling partners cast before making my own, I glanced down at my bucktail in time to catch a flash of white. The fish missed, but just as I planned to do a figure-8, it swiped again. This time, I wasn’t asleep at the wheel.

Sponsored Fishing Lodges
Fishing
More Fishing

Six top spots to catch the fish of a lifetime

We often get asked about what lodges we recommend for hooking a heart rate-raising walleye, muskie, pike, et cetera. Here are our top spots.

border closure hurting tourism
Fishing
More Fishing

Border closure hurting tourism operations

Ontario’s lodges, outfitters, and guides continues to reel in the wake of the Canada-US border closure, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

short-term rentals reopen
News
More News

Short-term rentals can reopen

Short-term rentals, including lodges, cabins, and cottages, can now resume operations.

a couple holding fish on a boat in the water
Travel

Home waters: a Winnipeg River fishing adventure

This is not your average fishing resort; it has fine dining, the landscaping is beautiful, and the accommodations are high-end. It was the perfect place for the romantic fishing trip Shelby and I were looking for.

a remote chalet surrounded by forest
Travel

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.

angler holding trout while ice fishing
Fishing
More Fishing

Hot ice fishing in the deep freeze near Manitouwadge

James Smedley writes about great fishing during extreme cold temperatures, and the boreal generosity of an outfitter north of Manitouwadge.