Brown Trout fishing along the shores of Prince Edward County in Lake Ontario in the spring is a great opportunity to get your boat in the water early in the season. Scott and Jeff discuss a few tips on how to target one of the first open water species to be caught in the year.
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There are fantastic salmon fishing opportunities on Lake Ontario! The guys discuss equipment used and locations to target these mighty fish. Scott talks about his recent experiences out of Wellington Harbour.
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Scott and Jeff discuss spring fishing opportunities for brown trout. Brown trout migrate into the Prince Edward County area and are accessible to fish for from shore or from a boat in shallow water. The guys discuss the techniques used to target these beautiful fish.
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Scott and Jeff both have a love for fishing the Bay of Quinte walleye in the fall. This is when the trophy walleye of Lake Ontario migrate into the Bay of Quinte. It is one of the best places in the world to catch a walleye over 10lbs! We are excited for another great season again this fall and in this show we tell you a bit about this amazing fishery that we enjoy.
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Fall is the time to be on the water to find Big Bass! With winter on its way, the bass are feeding up and gaining weight. In this week’s show we discuss fall bass fishing opportunities and a few tricks for targeting both largemouth and smallmouth at this time of year.
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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.
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In this week’s show, Scott finally gets to talk about his love… Salmon Fishing! Listen in as we discuss some tips on finding and catching Salmon on Lake Ontario.