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Photo, Vacation Fishing in Ontario: Important Facts and Information
Vacation Fishing in Ontario: Important Facts and Information
by John Naimian

Take a moment and imagine a place in its most natural state coupled with 400,000 + lakes, rivers, and streams with abundant fish and scenery. Ontario offers such a fishing experience and more. Ontario is a world class fishing paradise bound to leave you breathless.   Read the rest of this article . . .

Photo, Walleye Fishing in Canada: Most Important Facts and Information
Walleye Fishing in Canada: Most Important Facts and Information
by John Naimian

To ensure your fishing vacation in Canada is exciting, you need to learn walleye fishing. Canada receives over 3 million tourists annually most of whom vacation in Canada to catch walleyes. Canada boasts of having the best walleye fish globally in regards to size and health. Canada also has some of the best trophy fishing lodges in the world i.e. Oak Lake Lodge. So, if you're planning on taking a fishing vacation in Canada, here’s what you need to know about walleye fishing.  Read the rest of this article . . .

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Fishing in Canada, Fishing Tourism
by John Naimian

Canada boasts of having countless beautiful lakes and rivers which are perfect for all types of fishing activities. Canada’s fishing resources are perfect for all types of fishermen from beginners to seasoned anglers and world-class fishermen. This is one of the main reasons why Canada is one of the most popular fishing tourism destinations in the world.   Read the rest of this article . . .

Photo, Nature-Filled Fly-in Fishing Trips to Ontario, Canada
Nature-Filled Fly-in Fishing Trips to Ontario, Canada
by John Naimian

The concept of going into the woods has had more metaphors than you can count in pop culture. We've seen everything from a horror movie called "The Cabin in the Woods", to the musical "Into the Woods." We also think of going into the woods as a psychological allegory where we tread in daring places we've never gone.  Read the rest of this article . . .

Photo, A clean, pristine environment, untouched by industry
A clean, pristine environment, untouched by industry
by John Naimian

As you vacation this summer, do you ponder how fresh the water is around you if near an ocean, lake, or river? Pollution is one of those issues that isn't always apparent at first glance. Some of the pollution in North America is sometimes a major eyesore under the surface of nature. Bodies of water are unfortunately some of those places, and we'd possibly see the painful realities if all the water drained out.  Read the rest of this article . . .

Photo, Do You Like Fishing Fast or Slow?
Do You Like Fishing Fast or Slow?
by John Naimian

In the world of fishing, it seems two types of personalities exist that psychologists would probably have a field day analyzing. The first type is the one who prefers a faster experience where fish get caught every few minutes. The second type is the one who prefers it old-school where patience is more rewarding. Most people probably prefer a little of both in one fishing trip for variety.  Read the rest of this article . . .

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