Zombie Maxx – Fish Be Warned!
The Zombie Maxx is another one of my favourite lures from The Lucky Bug Lure Company, and I am going to share my thoughts on it with you guys. First off if you haven’t read my previous articles or heard of Lucky Bug, let me tell you a little bit about the company first. The […]Read more
Pike Bombs – It’s A Blast
Pike Bombs are one of the many lures that the Lucky Bug Lure Company makes. The Lucky Bug Lure Company is a family run company located right here in British Columbia, Canada my home Province. Their passion for fishing drove them to create lures that constantly out fish other lures. As you may of read […]Read more
Drop An F- Bomb By Lucky Bug Lures!
As Wes David, Host of Fishing The Wild West TV Show says: “No tackle box is complete without an assortment of F-Bombs. This shallow-running crank bait will take on all challengers.” And boy I cannot agree more!! What Is The F-Bomb? The F-Bomb is a floating lure from the amazing Lucky Bug Lure Company that […]Read more
iWader Fitting Guide
iWader Fitting Guide A lot of people often ask what measurements are needed to ensure a proper fit. Follow the simple instructions and you will be able to order your waders, confident in their fit when they arrive! Order your iWader products today from our store – locate iWader in the “Specialty Stores/Sponsors” tab: https://fishingandoutdoors.ca […]Read more
Ice Fishing Storage Ideas
It is that time of the year where we can put all of our ice fishing gear away for the season! As much as I love ice fishing there is something so exciting about getting ready for open water season! I am going to share with you some of my tips and tricks that I […]Read more
Ok guys, let’s talk waders! I was extremely lucky and got to test out a pair of the S1 Mocha Stocking Foot Waders from the amazing iWader Company. These are hands down the comfiest waders I have ever worn and fit me like a glove! Being a women in the fishing world I find it […]Read more
The Kombo Tool By Lucky Bug Lures
If you don’t have the Kombo tool from Lucky Bug Lures you are definitely missing out, this bad boy is an absolute must on my list of must haves while fishing! This 4 -in- 1 multi tool bonks, cuts, cleans and sharpens all in one handy tool. It is so convenient to have this one […]Read more
With spring just around the corner it’s time to start matching the hatch! What Does It Mean? The expression comes from the fly fishers attempts to imitate natural insects with artificial imitations in order to fool the fish. The fly fishing hatch is probably one of the most productive ways to catch a fish. I […]Read more
Burbot, The Poor Man’s Lobster
Burbot (Lota Lota) is the only freshwater member of the Cod family (Gadidae) sometimes being referred to as “poor man’s lobster.” A Fish Of Many Names Burbot is also known as Bubbot, Mariah, Eelpout, Cusk, Freshwater Cod, Freshwater Ling, Freshwater Cusk, Coney-fish, the Lawyer and Lingcod. This is truly a fish of many names! The […]Read more
Dead End Lures Inc
Dead End Lures Inc. is a fishing lure manufacturing company specializing in inline spinners, casting spoons and jigs. The company was federally incorporated within Canada on May 20th 2020. Dead End Lures is a family owned and operated business located in New Brunswick, Canada by wife and husband team Emily and John Nigro. About The […]Read more
Bingo Bugs By The Lucky Bug Lure Company
Bingo Bugs are one of the many lures that the Lucky Bug Lure Company makes. The Lucky Bug Lure Company is a family run company located in British Columbia, Canada. Their passion for fishing drove them to create lures that constantly out fish other lures. I had the amazing opportunity to meet Sophie (the owner) […]Read more
Get’n Hook’d Lures
If you are looking for some quality spoons and spinners then look no further. Get’n Hook’d Lures is a Canadian company out of Penhold Alberta sells just that, and trust me you will not be disappointed! From the painted logo to the vibrant eye catching colours, these lures have so much detail that they are […]Read more
Ice Fishing Etiquette
There are many times out on the ice where people forget their sportsmanship and general fishing etiquette. Whether you are a beginner in the ice fishing world or a seasoned Angler I hope this article will give you some tips to follow to make everyone’s experience out on the ice a bit better especially your […]Read more
From Pills To Gills
Did you know flushing any unused prescription medication down the toilet or drain can affect fish and other aquatic species in the environment. When you think about it four out of five people leave a doctors office with some sort of prescription, one can only imagine how much of that medication is potentially being improperly […]Read more
Walleye Versus Sauger, What Is the difference?
Walleye Vs. Sauger How can you tell the difference between these two fish? At first glance they look so similar especially to the untrained eye. In this article I am going to explain to you their differences and hopefully give you a better understanding of these two popular predatory fish. What Is A Walleye? A […]Read more
What Are Zebra Mussels?
Have you ever been out fishing and seen the sign for “Stop Invasive Species” (usually around the boat launch area) or driving down the highway and seen the mandatory water craft inspection stations? Well this is for Dreissena Polymorpha or what we call the Zebra Mussel is a small freshwater mussel that was originally […]Read more
Morning Versus Evening Fishing
When is the best time of the day to catch fish? There has always been a lot of back and forth when it comes to fishing on whether fishing is the morning produces more fish or fishing in the evening. In my opinion they are very similar and really just comes down to whether or […]Read more
How To Choose The Right Reel
If you are new to fishing you might be wondering what type of rod and reel should I be using? I am going to tell you about the different types of reels out there along with the pros and cons of each of them. Spin Casting Reel This is what most anglers start out […]Read more
Bull Trout Versus Dolly Varden, What Is The Difference?
The whole Dolly Varden and Bull trout saga has been going on for quite some time now. The big question has always been how do you tell them apart? Dolly Varden and Bull Trout look so alike but they are not as closely related as some of us might think. In fact they didn’t even […]Read more
Recycle Your Old Fishing Line!
Most fishing line is non-biodegradable and can last hundreds of years in landfills. Line is often left in nature because people get their lines snagged on something and then have to cut the line, or are pulling too hard and the line snaps after time with currents in the water this line washes up on […]Read more
Making Christmas Fishes Come True!
It’s my second favourite time of the year, anytime I am out fishing is my favourite of course! With Christmas getting closer I thought it would be fun to put together a few products that I think would be perfect for the angler in your life or even yourself. These are all products I have […]Read more
Make Your Own Fishing Adventures
Sometimes the best fishing spots are the ones we never plan on going to and just kind of end up there. That’s exactly what happened to us while in Manitoba this past September! My son had his heart set on going to a certain lake and after lots of research (because that is what we […]Read more
Getting Kids Hooked On Fishing!
Fishing with kids is definitely no easy task, especially if they don’t know what they are doing. In reality we spend most of our time baiting hooks, untangling line (I am a pro at this one) or casting out for them. But fishing with kids can also be extremely rewarding at the same time. You […]Read more
Tagged Fish Could Pay Cash Reward!
Did you know you could get paid for catching fish in BC? There are actually many lakes around BC that offer anglers rewards just for catching a tagged fish, and here are a few. Kootenay Lake The survival rate of Kokanee, a land locked salmon in Kootenay Lake has drastically gone down over the years […]Read more
Keeping Warm Out On The Ice
There is doubt that ice fishing is cold, but it doesn’t have to be if you are dressed appropriately and have the right gear with you. I am a firm believer in there is no bad weather just poor clothing choices. Ice fishing gear has changed a lot over the years. You can get thermal […]Read more