Crossbow Arrows
Nov 26, 2015
When the moment of truth arrives in the field after...
Blue Fish Radio: Conserving habitat to ensure angling’s future
Nov 25, 2015
Strategies for conservation, stewardship and sustainable harvest from the Canadian Wildlife Federation
How to sharpen your knife like a pro
Nov 24, 2015
A video tutorial from angler, hunter, chef and new Outdoor Canada food guy Cameron Tait
On the Water Online
Embracing Canada's extraordinary fall stocked trout fishing
Nov 19, 2015
Many regions have extended seasons for stockers. Here are some tips
On the Water Online
Fall crappies: Triple your catch with the "five-per cent solution"
Nov 12, 2015
Make this simple mod to your crappie jigs, and you'll hook every fish
On the Water Online
Blue Fish Radio: How the US’s NOAA is helping grow fish stocks
Nov 11, 2015
Hear why the “weather warning” organization has quietly evolved into a conservation champion
The #1 secret to fishing success at first ice
Nov 1, 2015
A simple way to locate the early winter hot spots for walleye, perch, pike and crappie
On the Water Online
Blue Fish Radio: Canada’s battle against blue-green algae
Oct 28, 2015
Why blooms of toxic cyanobacteria are threatening our water, and how we can end them
Find the forage, and you'll find the fish
Oct 27, 2015
How to spot schools of baitfish, and how to catch the predators that follow
On the Water Online
Blue Fish Radio: Saving the Skeena River’s salmon
Oct 14, 2015
Wild B.C. salmon face an uncertain future. Hear how one researcher is making a difference
The spiny water flea: A ticking time bomb for our fisheries
Oct 10, 2015
The invasive arrives in Lake of the Woods, and the consequences could be grim
On the Water Online
Blue Fish Radio: The Mill Creek Miracle
Sep 30, 2015
How farmers, developers, politicians and anglers got together to save a trout stream on the brink
Why crappies are made for sonar
Sep 27, 2015
If you want to hone your fish-finder skills for any species of fish—chase crappies
On the Water Online
A summer blowout with Manitoba's magnificent thunder cats
Sep 10, 2015
Why Winnipeg's Red River just may be best trophy urban fishery on earth
On the Water Online
Hand-feeding kite-flying tuna off Prince Edward Island
Sep 1, 2015
Calling it the fishing trip of a lifetime is an understatement—and not only for the mammoth fish
On the Water Online
Beauchene 2015
Aug 24, 2015
Annual buddies' fishing trip to Quebec's La Réserve Beauchene
Field Findings
Removing the bottom bouncing confusion
Aug 14, 2015
It’s an all-time great walleye presentation, but many do it wrong. Here's why
On the Water Online
Paying it forward—Manitoba style
Aug 2, 2015
Gear donations by the province’s Walleye Anglers Association get kids on the water—and catching big ’eyes
On the Water Online
Walleye fun in the summer time sun
Jul 22, 2015
Fishing is full of ironies, paradoxes and incongruities.   A good example is catching walleyes in the summer time when the fish are feeding at their most intense and aggressive pace of the year, eating up to three-percent of their body weight...
On the Water Online
Blue Fish Radio: What you need to know about the remarkable tilapia
Jul 22, 2015
Hear how one biologist turned this "miracle fish" into the world’s most popular table fish
Why fish limits are the most misunderstood topic in all of fishing
Jul 15, 2015
How resource managers set the rules, and why it’s always better to limit your catch, not catch your limit
On the Water Online
Blue Fish Radio: Finally, some good news about fish populations
Jul 8, 2015
Hear how fish stocks—including even the endangered bluefin tuna—are being rebuilt through science and cooperation
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