Scott and Jeff discuss spring fishing and ice out crappie. Crappie are a great spring fishery in Southern Ontario and offer some of the seasons earliest open water options. Scott and Jeff discuss a few techniques and tips for location these fine table fare.
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Today the topic is kids fishing, where to start and what type of gear should be used. Jeff and Scott explain that minimal equipment is needed and they provide some great locations to fish from shore in the Quinte area. Taking children fishing is a very accessible and affordable activity.
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Scott and Jeff reluctantly give up information on how to locate and catch Spring Crappie in this week’s show.
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Scott and Jeff discuss fishing opportunities for spring Steelhead in the various Lake Ontario tributaries.
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My two year old son always wants to talk to me about walleye fishing. He absolutely loves “Big Waweye!” Often when I am sitting down to tie up my own snells, my son will come to watch me and will help by counting rotations around the hook shank when tying the knots. He and my […]