The bloody red shrimp (Hemimysis anomala), an invasive species from the Ponto-Caspian region, has just rounded all the bases in the Continue reading
There have been many studies that point to the imperilment of freshwater fishes around the world. Over the last century, Continue reading
Sometimes when angling, I get the sense that not all fish are the same, even when they’re the same species, Continue reading
Below is a link to the PDF of an opinion piece by two eminent biologists, David Schindler and John P. Smol, that Continue reading
To deal with hourly and seasonal changes in energy demand some hydro-electric dams change the flow of water through the Continue reading
One of the first bug events in the spring that gets trout looking up for their food. Watch for Hendrickson mayflies beginning to emerge early in May. Expect spinner falls to begin during the first few days of may depending on the weather. Hendrickson action should last until late May or even early June depending on where you fish in Ontario. After a long winter hunkered down eating nymphs and minnows, trout are always willing to sip a few of these bugs from the surface as they emerge.