Ottawa man nets very large salmon, $12,000

Reinhard Roick was out on the water with his friends on a boat named “Screamin’ Reels,” in the middle of a three-week fishing derby on Manitoulin Island, when he felt a tug on his line stronger than most he’s felt in his long fishing career. 423 more words

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Parks Canada mismanaging Middle Island?

By Barry Kent Mackey

Point Pelee National Park is famed for the large number of birds and birders it attracts. So why does park staff shoot so many native birds off their nests, chasing a provincially threatened species in the process? 626 more words


That Sinking Feeling

You may have heard a rumor milling about that Dorian and I were involved in the sinking of a boat in the Kenai River this summer. 2,705 more words

How Do You Enjoy Sport Fishing Trip In Cabo San Lucas?

Introducing Cabo San Lucas:

Located at the southern end of Baja California Peninsula in Mexico, Cabo San Lucas stands out as one of the most preferable tourist destinations not only in Mexico, but also in the world. 534 more words


August 8th in Seal Beach History

 On this date in 1969, the following ad ran in the Long Beach Independent.

– Michael Dobkins

Seal Beach

Ambition report 18th. July'16

This strange mixed season fishing continues with Marlin, Spearfish and Mahi Mahi being caught in the same water as Albacore, Yellowfin and Bluefin for the lucky few. 480 more words

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Anglers asked to collect samples for U of C to test for 'rock snot'

Calling all anglers. Must be willing to collect ‘rock snot’ and fill out some details online.

Trout Unlimited and the University of Calgary want people who are out fishing, hiking or exploring along rivers in Alberta to sample rocks for Didymospehnia geminata, commonly known as Didymo and nicknamed rock snot for its mucous-like stickiness. 379 more words

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