July 21, 2015

Long-Nose Gar

In lake spring and early summer their adhesive, and poisonous, eggs cling to stalks of grass. Within weeks, they can reach a foot long. Most anglers use a nylon rope lure. Always spot your prey first before casting within 6 inches of the predator's eye.

Source: Northern Ontario Travel
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July 07, 2015

Freezing Fish

Personally, I'd rather eat what I catch and then go back out and catch more. Frozen fish does not even compare to fresh fish.

But if you've got to freeze fish, this is an excellent way to do so, especially if you're traveling some distance with your frozen fish in a cooler.

And I'd love to hear your thoughts? To freeze or not to freeze? What's your preference? And when you do freeze, what's your method?