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Not fishing related but could save your life.....

26 October 2017 - 04:06 PM

This is not fishing related but this short video could save your life or that of a buddy when you're out there.

Biggest problem is not recognizing the symptoms or ignoring them.

Symptoms may vary but learning the signs is Important!!

I had a Heart attack and 6 months later my 37 year old son had 2 strokes.... the Paramedics didn't recognize his symptoms because of his age and nearly cost him his life...


Zombie bait anyone...

26 October 2017 - 03:44 PM

Would anyone try this...


CBC: Immoral Salmon Milking... what do you think?

24 October 2017 - 07:34 PM

I remember the first time I went fishing on lake ontario west trib, I could smell rotting fish before i even got out the car to walked down to the water... horrible!


Get your woolies out: Winter forecast...

24 October 2017 - 04:37 PM

Winter forecast:

More snow in Ontario and Quebec, 'dangerous' cold in Prairies....


Fishing with a disability in Ontario and fishing licences...

16 October 2017 - 11:06 AM

Did you know that a person is deemed to be the holder of a Recreational Fishing Licence if they are disabled Ontario and Canadian residents eligible for and in possession of:

A valid Canadian National Institute for the Blind National Identity Card issued to them; or,
a valid Ontario Accessible Parking Permit issued under the Highway Traffic Act;
See link....


I had managed to get clarification of Sports or Conservation fishing licences but nothing for a Recreational licence.... until found the above link and right at the very bottom it states

"Those who qualify to fish with a deemed licence must follow the same catch and possession limits as a Sport Fishing Licence".

I wonder how many disabled people out there would consider going fishing if they knew this?

Many disabled people are on fixed incomes, they may think they cant afford a licence to get out and enjoy what a lot of us take for granted.