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Why Ontario’s Bon Echo Is a Prime Destination for Hard-core Anglers (and Families, Too)

Angling Adventures at Bon Echo

Beloved Provincial Park Has Outstanding Fishing—If You're Willing to Sweat a Little

Rob Dankowsky
Rob Dankowsky

When targeting bass on this trip, the wacky worm (above, in a selfie by Rob) was by far our best presentation, and colour didn’t seem to matter much, as you can see from Adam’s catch (below). Believe it or not, he slayed ’em on the those pink worms. When I run through the 200-plus green-pumpkin-coloured worms stockpiled in my tackle closet, I am definitely getting some pink ones.

Scott Gardner
Scott Gardner
Scott Gardner

Scott Gardner

Outdoor Canada associate editor and fly-fishing columnist Scott Gardner is happiest when he's on the water fishing (especially from his kayak) or just surrounded by trees, preferably out of cell phone range. Since joining Outdoor Canada in 2010, Scott has won nine National Communication Awards from the Outdoor Writers of Canada for his adventure travel and fly fishing articles, and been nominated for five National Magazine Awards.

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