This week, the guys are joined by Greg Amiel of Fishing 4 Tails to discuss carp fishing opportunities. Greg explains how to target carp, what presentations to use and the type of locations carp can be found. Greg also offers a carp guiding service, be sure to visit his website.
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This weeks topic is fall fishing, a great time to take advantage of less populated waters as fish are in feeding mode. Scott and Jeff discuss accessible salmon and bass fishing opportunities as well as some great baits and colours for fall.
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Today the guys talk about fishing for bullhead in the spring. Bullhead (also known as catfish, or mudcat) are very affordable and accessible to fish for in the spring months from shore with basic fishing equipment. Jeff and Scott explain methods used to catch bullhead.
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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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This week we discuss fishing for spring ice out Trout in Algonquin Park. This is a great opportunity to get away with the family to do a combination of camping and great trout fishing.