Our Photo contest ends this Sunday night. Bob MacMillan’s picture of he and his daughter with a beautiful largemouth bass is currently in the lead with 65 “likes”. It’s not too late, post a summer fishing photo on our Facebook page and get your friends to like it. The photo with the most “likes” wins [...]
Archive for September, 2011
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It is Labour Day weekend and it has been a great summer! We want to see what you have been catching this summer. Visit our facebook site at http://facebook.com/hookedforlife and post a fishing picture from this summer. The picture that receives the most number of “likes” will win a tackle package!
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As we near the end of summer, it often can feel like the largemouth bass has moved away from his home. Often the key to late summer largemouth can be finding green, healthy weeds. In this show, we give you a few tips on locating and catching fall largemouth bass.
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Al Vandusen of the Central Lake Ontario Sport Anglers joins us to tell us about the Chinook Salmon Pen Imprinting project that their group operates as a joint venture with the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources. Thanks to CLOSA for all of your hard work in creating additional angling opportunities and enhancing our great Salmon fishery.