Tag Archives: Northern Pike

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Some fall-time fishing

December 1, 2014
Aside from catching my first gizzard shad, I wanted to share some other highlights of my fall-time fishing. While most of my hours were spent in the kayak, I did spend a few sessions chasing steelhead in the open sections of Lake Ontario’s tributaries.   Read more
Georgian Bay sunset

Some more alone time on Georgian Bay

October 6, 2014
With the salmon just beginning to make their appearance at Lake Ontario’s tributary mouths, I made one more camping trip to Georgian Bay before I would be swept away by salmon fever. Things began exactly as they did on my previous trip and I had camp set up by nightfall. Read more

Some alone time on Georgian Bay

August 12, 2014
Georgian Bay is quite the destination here in Ontario. It’s a massive bay of Lake Huron with swiss-cheese-like shorelines studded with countless islands, shoals and channels. It could take well over a lifetime to explore the limitless bays and back bays of this geographical marvel. Read more

Local lake hammer handles

June 2, 2014
Spent yesterday morning and this afternoon fishing pike with a kayak buddy or two. Nothing crazy, just some fun little rockets. My friend has got some kind of a knack for these things. All on the same lures too. Even after I tried a whole bunch of different things he managed to out-fish me each time. Read more