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Sunday, October 19, 2008

Fishing In The Egypt

Fishing dates back to the Mesolithic period. During this period fish were consumed in large quantities. The Nile river was full of fish which were an important food for the Egyptian population. Through the years up to today people all over the world enjoy fishing.

The Sports Fishing

After 25 years of professional fishing in Islamorada, South Florida, Bahamas, Mexico, St. Thomas and Costa Rica (as featured in Salt Water Sportsman, March 1991), Rick found the truth in Islamorada's reputation as "The Sports Fishing Capital of the World."

IGFA world records are caught here every year. The fish Rick targets are prolific. There is an incredible variety of fish and fishing: from the flats, to the offshore, to the reef, to the Everglades, and out to the wrecks of the Gulf of Mexico.

Friday, October 10, 2008

More And More Trips..

To have a clear idea about the best season for fishing is the next important consideration. Sturgeon fishing season is year round, whereas salmon, trout and Varden fishing are in season according to the area. Other species also have their peak seasons; inquire with the locals.

Fraser Valley in British Columbia is among the top recommended areas for salmon fishing. The West Coast of Vancouver Island is noted for saltwater or freshwater salmon fishing. Other fishing destinations include Black Lake, Selwyn Lake, Misaw Lake, and many, many more locations.
By Kristy Annely Platinum Quality Author

The Fisherman In Canada

With 70,000 bodies of fresh water, Canada is a great destination for vacationing anglers—whether you’re after a trophy fish, or you just want to catch and release bass. Lake Ontario and Canada’s British Columbia are top locations for Canadian salmon fishing.

But if trout or walleye is more what you’re after, don’t worry—Ontario’s got great fishing for you, too! Truly a fishing destination, Ontario offers the world’s largest number of lakeside resorts with fishing facilities and services. Are you interested in bass? Ontario has fishing destinations to lure you.

Lakes around Ontario offer some of the feistiest smallmouth bass around, providing just about any fisherman with plenty of action. Several lakes offer largemouth bass populations as well. Ontario also offers a tremendous variety of trout, whether in cold clear lakes that only cover a few acres, to some of the continent’s largest inland seas. And Ontario brags of some of the best walleye fishing in the world, including the World Record catch. So pack up your waders, your rods and reels—and don’t worry, you’ll find all the lures you need once you get there.
By Sarah Freeland Platinum Quality Author

Fishing Activities


There are many sports and recreation activities that can be done in Saskatchewan Canada. Amongst them are skiing, camping, swimming, hunting and of course fishing! Fishing in Saskatchewan can such be a thrill, and once you've experienced it, you will never be the same.

There are many hot locations when it comes to fishing in Saskatchewan. To name a few, there is the Emma Lake Recreation, Candle Lake Provincial Park, Elbow, Duck Mountain Provincial Park, Cochin, and a whole lot more! Once you have decided where to go fishing, you must brace yourself for the adventures that await you!

You can choose to go fishing in the southern or northern zones of Canada. The Southern Zone covers the plain part of the province which has become the major residential area of the vast Saskatchewan population. Travelers have been telling that less than one third of the region is cultivated farmland; they have described Saskatchewan as arid, flat and treeless. .05%of the province is forest while13% is fresh water. This is one such proof that the province is ideal for water fun activities and recreation, specifically, fishing!
By Miodrag Trajkovic

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Fishing license

Fishing is a significant contributor to Canada's economy, with fishermen required to obtain a license in order to practice their trade. In recreational fishing, which is also a part of local tourism, certain regulations are in place, mainly to regulate and safeguard the marine ecosystems of that area.

Fishing regulations in Canada vary slightly by province or region and these are legislated by the Territorial and Provincial governments. If you wish to go on a fishing trip, you might want to check with the local government or with your outfitter what regulations you must comply with and which permits you should obtain.

A few examples of fishing regulations in Canada include:

Fishing license

A fishing license is required for people over the age of 18 but under 65 years old. This license may be purchased from stores, outfitters and fishing camps. The cost varies, depending on the license.

A regular fishing license doesn't limit how many fish you catch on a daily basis, although it places a restriction on the allowable size of certain fish species. A conservation license restricts the catch you can have per day but it costs less than the regular license. A conservation license also imposes size limits on a number of fish species.

Timing

In some areas in Canada, such as Alberta, sport fishing is allowed regardless of the season although certain restrictions are imposed for certain bodies of water and FMZs or Fish Management Zones. Again, check with your local agency or outfitter regarding this.

Fish species

There are numerous fish species found in the waters of Canada, but fishing regulations limit the type of species that can be caught. For example, out of 5 fish caught which are a combination of Arctic grayling and trout, only 1 of them may be a golden trout, 3 a lake trout, 2 an Artic grayling and none of the catch should be a bull trout. Certain regulations and limits also cover other fish species.

Place Of Fishing

Any fishing enthusiast can find fishing camps for sale in Canada very attractive. But then what should be your criteria? How do you find them?

Think of amenities.

Any fishing camp should be complete with all the necessary amenities. These include fish freezing and cleaning services, boat rentals, and an option for a guide. You can also opt to go a little higher so you can enjoy what's is considered more than basic. This way, you'll have a more laidback and comfortable lifestyle.

Check out other added services.

There are a number of fish camps that include maid services. This means you can come home on a clean cabin right after your fishing adventure. Others can have personal showers installed in each of the cabins. If not, then you have to get used to common shower houses. If you are too concerned of personal hygiene, then you should settle with the former.

See if shops are included in the deal.

The majority of the fishing camps in Canada have bait and tackle stores. If you want more information about them, you can request those from the camp owner. Usually, other items sold include soda, ice, toiletries, and a small section of groceries.

A store can be added source of income for you. You can man it while you're on fishing vacation or you can ask someone to supervise it for you. Either way, you should ask the camp owner if the store is included in the deal.


Learn about the restaurants.

by miodrag trajkovic

Monday, October 6, 2008

The Best Fishing In Canada

Fishing trips to Canada are becoming more and more popular as a family vacation. Except for the fish, Canada fishing trips can offer great opportunities to spend your time near the water, such as beachcombing or whale watching. The excellent hotel amenities can ensure your good time there. You can have breakfast near the lakes or go hiking, or visit some museums as well.

The town of Sookie is perfect for this aim, and its nearness to Victoria can offer you many more exciting things to do. Or you may as well visit Vancouver Island and experience all the delights of fishing that it has to give you. Another perfect destination for fish lovers could be the town of Port Renfrew. Canada fishing trips include all kinds of adventurous things to do, but most people still consider fishing the best way to spend the day. Here is a list of all the wonderful places that have suitable conditions for fishing.

Ontario Fishing Lake. If you dream of going on a Canada fishing trip and spending your time in oodles of fish, the Lake of Ontario can make your dreams come true. The Closs Lake bounds in Muskie and Smallmouth Bass. The Bass caught there are of extreme size: up to and over 5 pounds. The record states that 2 people in 5 hours have caught over 50 Bass, their body length varying between 16 and 20 inches. Muskie is also plentiful, a sum of 13 was boated once on a daily trip. Their size is between 25 and 30 pounds. Land portage is easy.

Saturday, October 4, 2008

American Sport Fisherman

Searching and then finally catching the big small mouth bass is a real achievement for the true blue American sport fisherman. It is considered to be the Americas number one fresh water sport.

Small mouth bass must be 15 inches long to keep. There is a 5-inch minimum length limit on. Smallies now rank among the top 15 most preferred species. Known maximum size in Canada exceeds 7.5 pounds. These bass commonly live 5 to 7 years, with a few individuals reaching ages from 10 to 20 years. Most bass waters grow some adults to weights of 2 to 3 pounds.

Canadian bass spawn in late spring and early summer at water temperatures ranging from 12.8-20.0 [degrees] . The male builds a saucer-shaped nest, usually in gravel or rocky substrate, by fanning out an area with his fins until he has cleared an area [approximately equal to]0.5 m in diameter.

Target Fishing

Small mouth bass are popular among anglers because they are such a strong fighter. A small mouth bass will usually leap into the air a couple of times and make a couple strong runs, depending on their size. Small mouth bass now rank among the top 15 most preferred species. Known maximum size in Texas exceeds 7.5 pounds. Small mouth Bass population reaches into the 5 pound class. In addition to Norse Lake, there is a portage trail along a rapids leading into Little Norse Lake, which also harbors great walleye, northern, and bass fishing.

Small mouth are the only fish in the north that have no teeth. Small mouth have been caught up to 7 lb and daily catches have exceeded 100 fish. Our ratio of large fish(over 3lb.) is very high.

Baits such spoons, crank baits, big spinner baits and wooden plugs called "jerk baits" are often used. Where you decide to fish determines which lure is best. Bait casting gear is extremely well suited for targeted fishing. On some occasions placing a lure under a boat dock, under over lying limbs or between pontoon boats may be necessary.

About The French River

Ontario walleye fishing, as well as northern pike, crappie, whitefish and of course Rainy Lake small mouth bass fishing can all be done minutes from the dock. Our part of Canada, the Rainy River district, has the remoteness of a fly-in, but we are within an hour of the border. Ontario small mouth bass fishing on Rainy Lake is truly an avid fisherman's outdoor adventure.

Largemouth techniques employed in most other locations are also effective in Ontario. Tactics vary from flip-and-pitch styles used in the shallow weed beds, docks, and stumps, to the exciting top-water stroke on jerk baits, poppers, and hovering plastic worms. Largemouth bass fishing is incredibly exciting because the largemouth bass is one of the most exciting freshwater fish to catch. They are lively and and a blast to catch .

Jigs can be tipped with plastic or small pork trailers for more profile. Jigging in deeper water, trolling, fly-fishing, crank baits, etc can all be used. Just ask us, we will be sure to tell you what is working at the time.

About The French River

Albert Einstein said, " Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better." I don't know that Mr. Einstein knew anything about the French River, but it would seem as if he did. Spending time on the French River has always helped me understand everything better. The solitude that the river provides is hard to beat.

The solitude is probably part of the reason that so many canoe enthusiasts visit the French River each year. With much of the river being deemed a national park just a few years ago, the sport of canoing on the river took off. Many people enjoy taking a canoing holiday on the French every year. The bottom line is if you're a canoe enthusiast, The French River is the place for you.

When you think of fishing in Canada, the French River is exactly what you're thinking about. The scenery, solitude, great fishing, and enough black flies to literally choke a horse. That, in a nutshell is the French River, and if you're an outdoor enthusiast, you should investigate the river a bit further.

Fishing In Canada

Obviously the title 'fishing in Canada' is more broad than Rosie O'Donnell's rear end, so let me clarify a little bit. Fishing in Ontario Canada and more specifically, The French River in Ontario Canada is something that almost anyone should consider as a vacation. As a matter of fact, not just fishing, but all outdoor activities can be found on the French River. If you're in to camping, hiking, canoing, water sports, hunting, or just plain enjoy solitude, the French River is hard to beat. And if you like to spend some time wetting a line as well, the French River can help you with that as well.

The French River offers fishing for such fish as walleye, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, pike, musky, catfish, and even sturgeon. All types of fishing techniques work with one of the most popular being trolling. I think trolling is popular because of the beautiful scenery? People don't find trolling nearly as boring as it sometimes seems simply because of all the beautiful scenery to look at. At least that's my opinion.