Gord Pyzer

Fishing Editor Gord Pyzer is widely regarded as Canada's most scientific angler. Known in fishing circles as Doctor Pyzer, he worked for 30 years as a senior manager with Ontario's Ministry of Natural Resources before devoting all his energies to fishing. A member of the Canadian Angler Hall of Fame, the award-winning writer is also an internationally sought out speaker, tournament angler and field editor with In-Fisherman Magazine and Television. As well, he co-hosts the Real Fishing Radio Show with Bob Izumi. Catch Gord on the Outdoor Journal Radio Show live every Saturday morning 8:05AM EST. If you're in southern Ontario, tune your radio to Sportsnet 590 The FAN AM or visit and listen live online.

Recent Posts

Gord's Gorgeous Goose
Aug 26, 2010
This absolutely amazing goose recipe is better than the finest dish at the slickest New York restaurant—guaranteed. Even after you try it, you still won’t believe how good it tastes. And it’s so simple to prepare. Serves: 4 1 large pkg frozen...
Angler Young Angler International Championship adopts CR&R format
Aug 25, 2010
This past weekend (Aug.14th) I had the opportunity once again to participate in the LUND Angler Young Angler (AYA) International Walleye Championships on Lake of the Woods and it was an eye opener to say the least. In...
Tips & Tactics
Pro bass-fishing tip: Use lipless crankbait
Jul 22, 2010
What's the most versatile lure in your bass tacklebox, the...
Tips & Tactics
The man who catches 101 fish—every day
May 14, 2010
Adopt his simple approach & you may just never get skunked again
Tips & Tactics
Be the baitfish
May 11, 2010
To catch more trophy fish, you need to make your lure come alive
Tips & Tactics
How to fish last-ice crappies
Jan 2, 2010
Last-ice is one of the best times to catch numbers of plate-sized crappies. Here's how
Ice Fishing
Livin’ on the edge
Sep 22, 2009
Now tell me, honestly, how do you ever get excited again about catching 5 and 6 pound walleye, 3 and 4 pound smallmouth bass, even 20 and 30 pound northern pike, muskies, lake trout and salmon after you...
On the Water Online
Roughing it in velvet
Sep 19, 2009
It is often said that a picture is worth a thousand words, so I am going to be short on words today and long on pictures. I have just returned from another fantastic trip to paradise, or as...
Tips & Tactics
Angler Young Angler International Championship
Aug 17, 2009
If you’ve lost faith in today’s youngsters, you’d have regained it in spades if you had attended the Angler Young Angler (AYA) International Championship held this past weekend (Friday and Saturday) in Kenora, Ontario on the shores...
How to trick out your bass boat
Jun 15, 2009
What you need to make you ride the best on the lake
Rethinking walleye
May 27, 2009
Tube jigs, soft-plastic gobies and swim baits for walleye? That's what they're asking for floats and weights can help you catch more trout
Tips & Tactics
Algoma Country magic
May 8, 2009
What a find. I am talking about The Voyageur’s Lodge and Cookhouse located on the TransCanada Highway, about an hour’s drive north of Sault Ste. Marie, on Batchawana Bay of Lake Superior. I was in the area (officially...
Tips & Tactics
Walleye guide
May 8, 2009
A simple but effective formula for catching giant walleye-any time, anywhere
Tips & Tactics
Luck be a lady tonight
Apr 14, 2009
A few years ago I wrote a feature for Outdoor Canada Magazine and interviewed good friend Aaron Martens for the story. Aaron is a “Valley Boy” from Los Angeles, California and one of the top ranked...
Tips & Tactics
Winter walleye on Lake Winnipeg
Mar 7, 2009
I was out on Lake Winnipeg this past week researching an ice fishing feature I am working on for the Winter 2010 edition of Outdoor Canada Magazine. I was also filming two walleye segments for the...
Ice Fishing
Portable sonar improves ice fishing
Mar 3, 2009
I'm long enough in the tooth to remember when angler...
Ice Fishing
The ultimate largemouth bass tacklebox
Nov 30, 2008
From topwaters to crankbaits to tube jigs, here's everything you'll ever need to haul in monster bucketmouths
How to care for rods, reels and lines
Nov 7, 2008
Keep your fishing gear in tip-top shape for the next opener
Pro tackle tips
Nov 7, 2008
Catch more fish with these pro secrets for tweaking your tackle
The best walleye tactic never used
May 2, 2008
Unless you're Canadian pro John Butts, that is. Here's how trolling leadcore line can put you in the winner's circle, too
Tips & Tactics
Deep-Fried Perch Fillets
Dec 24, 2007
Nothing beats a feed of fresh perch fillets. Here’s Outdoor Canada's favourite way to flash ’em up. Canola oil (for frying) Boneless perch fillets, cleaned and dried 1 large bowl all-purpose flour Salt and...
Extra special splake
Dec 22, 2007
What do you get when you cross a male speckle trout with a female lake trout? One answer, of course, is a splake. The other, however, is a heap of controversy. If you're old enough to remember, splake were...
On the Water Online
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