... to "What happens when a pike swims off with your lure?"
But for every lure I've lost to a pike, I do hope someone has found it.
"The pike shook the lures with ease." And pike are more stressed by long handling and air exposure than just releasing them with the lure.
Source: CBC News Thunder Bay
April 17, 2015
In a surprise decision, the MNRF allowed the Almaguin Fish Improvement Association to continue stocking walleye in Ahmic and Cecebe Lakes until March 21, 2016.
Read more here...Source: North Bay Nipissing News
April 09, 2015
While you're waiting for ice off, here's an interesting and information article, Springtime is Trophy Northern Pike Time, about first-ice-off fishing for big northerns.
Source: Siouxland Outdoors
I have several favorite Northern Ontario lakes that have more than one shallow bay with a current. That's where you'll find me at ice off.
And please share photos of your ice-off Northerns with me here. I'm happy to publish them.
April 02, 2015
River Monsters host Jeremy Wade visits Vermilion Bay Lodge on Eagle Lake in search of muskellunge in his 7th season of River Monsters on Animal Planet.
Source: Ontario Fishing Network.
March 18, 2015
Railmark Canada Ltd has finalized its agreement to continue operation the Algoma Central Railway (ACR) service in danger of ending this year on March 31.
This is a huge boost and relieve to camp owners, businesses and communities along this 100-year-old plus rail line.
You can read the details at SaultOnline.
You can learn more about the history of the ACR HERE.
March 11, 2015
- There are more than 35 government programs to help youth build skills, start a business or find a job.
- In 2015, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry is offering more than 840 youth employment opportunities in Northern Ontario.
- In 2014, Ontario’s Summer Jobs programs allocated almost $78.5 million, which helped 117,217 students find summer jobs and access employment services.