Welcome to the June 2012 issue of the Ontario Fishing Network e-Magazine.
Visit the links below to read this months info packed issue:
Cranktimidation by Tom Neustrom
(Crank-tim-a-da-tion): A fearfulness of crankbaits. Lacking the confidence to trust bodybaits. To be utterly intimidated by hard-bodied lures. Ex: Tom suffered from cranktimidation, not having the confidence to employ the lure even when the fishing conditions were ideal for casting or trolling a crankbait.
New MNR Bass Report
Ontario’s Ministry of Natural Resources doesn’t produce too many extensive smallmouth bass reports, but thanks to one of our finest biologists, they are pleased to let you know about a new provincial bass report
Better Technology for Finding More Muskies by Pete Maina
Those that know me know that I am not the most technologically savvy individual on the planet. However, when it comes to fishing electronics and using them to find key fishing areas and fish, I have adapted and I must say it has increased my understanding of the Muskie’s environment and movements more than I could have ever imagined.
Facts of Fishing - Pro Angler, Host of Facts of Fishing THE SHOW and Bassmaster Emcee Dave Mercer long bombs spinnerbaits on Lake Simcoe for some big smallies.
Off the Dock – Dont hook up too fast!
White Birches Camp Our lovely resort is situated on a peninsula between Wilson Lake and Pigeon Lake, one of a chain of 3 beautiful lakes on the Pickerel River System.
Lake Simcoe … VHS Positive Zone Could Infect Other Lakes:
The Aurora Bassmasters would like to remind all boaters and anglers who visit Lake Simcoe, to be absolutely certain they do not inadvertently transfer water from this lake to others in the province.
Summer Pike’n Tips! By: Tyler Dunn Tyler Dunn Guiding
Late spring into early summer is quite possibly the best time of the year to catch some unreal numbers of pike. Although most of the big fish have ventured to deeper, cooler waters many of the midsized to smaller pike can be found actively feeding shallow often throughout the entire day. The following are tips to help you catch better numbers of summer pike!.
Learning the Walleyes’ Feeding Triggers By Keith Kavajecz and Gary Parsons
Do you ever think about your eating habits and how they relate to fishing? If you do, then you obviously are our kind of people! If not, you should, because such observations can help make you a better walleye angler.
Vintage Fishing Lure – South Bend Bass-Oreneo (1930))
The South Bend Bass-Oreno (No 973) first entered the lure market in the mid 1910′s.
Exploring a Fish’s Sense of Taste By Lawrence Gunther Euteneier / Feel the Bite! www.blindfishingboat.com
A friend who recently regained his sight after a lifetime of being blind said sight can be quite perplexing. Seeing an object for the first time offers few clues about its nature, making touching, smelling and tasting crucial to gaining understanding. All intelligent life forms utilize all their senses to explore their world. The difference between us and fish is that we have hands for grasping and touching, whereas fish have only their mouths.
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