Cast your line into Canada’s waters — surrounded by three oceans, with thousands of pristine freshwater rivers andlakes within, it’s no surprise that the 180 types of fish are as diverse as the environment. Enjoy an exceptional fishing experience, only in Canada.
Wherever you choose to fish in, you’ll be in some of nature’s finest regions. Take a floatplane to deluxe camps in the storied Haida Gwaii and try to reel in wild Pacific salmon and halibut. Fish for arctic grayling with July’s Midnight Sun above. Enjoy the glory of victory as you haul in a trophy northern pike (big… bigger… yes, THAT big) in the breathtaking setting of fly-in lakes. Take in the Northern Lights on an ice fishing trip for giant trout, then dine on a surf and turf of caribou and arctic char. Attempt to snag North America’s largest freshwater game, the white sturgeon, or practice your catch and release amongst the peaceful tranquility of a clear stream in the middle of the best of Canadian wilderness.
Welcome to the best Canadian Fishing Videos
Take a trip with a couple northern Ontario anglers Jamie and Doug from Pinetree Line Outdoors as they ice fish for walleye - pickerel on the Vermilion River. Plenty of fish to be had as the walleye were biting like crazy! ...read more
Mike and his buddy get out for a day of simply amazing jigging for walleye fishing on North Caribou Lake. Beautiful golden walleye in a bit of windy weather!!!read more
Ashley Rae puts on a great girls fishing weekend. Getting lake trout and whitefish on the ice on Lake Temagami and staying at Temagami Shores Inn & Resort. Looks like a wonderful weekend!read more
The guys over at AnglingBuzz have some good tips and techniques for some of the first fishing of the year. If walleye’s your thing, theres some great tips here.read more
Steve Rowbotham shares his successful techniques from Tom from Fatal Force Outfitters for fishing whitefish and lake trout on Lake Simcoe using the tried and true Meegs Goby Jigs!read more
This is a great video on how to fillet a northern pike. Each of the 5 section is boneless and is easy to do! The bigger the pike the better.read more