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Here’s the Catch! TV series premiere”Dophins and Trout Adventure.” on the Sportsman Channel Canada, Feb.4, 2019.

Posted on Sunday, February 3, 2019

Sportsman Channel Canada Here’s the Catch! TV Series, exclusive Premiere “Dolphins & Trout fun in the sun.”

  • Mon. 6:30 am
  • Thurs. 5am
  • Fri. 4:30 pm

Make sure to catch this “cinematic-style” of Here’s the Catch! TV series and all the great tips!

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Italo video, Dragonfly7Pro for locating structure, weeds & fish.

Posted on Saturday, February 2, 2019

Italo video, Drogonfly7Pro for finding fish.

You can see this video tip by clicking on the image below, or by going to our Italo Labignan YouTube channel. If you enjoy our TV shows and tips, make sure to subscribe to our channel and receive notifications every time we post a new video.

 

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YES-TV, Sat. Feb.2, 2019, 10:30 am, Canadian Sportfishing TV series, “Great Lakes Trolling Action.”

Posted on Friday, February 1, 2019

Sat., Feb.2, 2019, 10:30 am join Italo as he shares tips on “Trollinlg Lake Ontario Salmon & Trout.

You can watch most of our TV shows and video tips by going to our Italo Labignan YouTube channel. If you enjoy our TV shows and tips make sure to subscribe to our channel and receive notifications every time we post a new video.

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Great Lakes medium-size tributary strategies.

Posted on Thursday, January 31, 2019

We are fortunate in the Great Lakes because many of our tributaries remain fishable during the winter months. Choosing the right tributary to fish depends on many details like whether they will be affected by winter mild-spells and  runoff effect, and whether they will be ice-free.

This is the second Matt Cory feature on his tactics of fishing medium-size Great Lakes tributaries for winter Steelhead.

Medium Systems

In Matt’s words: “For intermediate size Great Lakes tributaries I use the same terminal tackle strategy as I would fish a smaller system this includes using smaller hooks, lighter leaders and smaller baits.

Small beads, yarn flies and small roe bags are my rule,  but I will use a bigger float and slightly more slit-shot sinkers to slow the drift down. Keeping my presentation in the “strike-zone” for longer time to enable steelhead to spot and move to it from a distance is crucial.”

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Kawarthas Slab Ice-Crappie!

Posted on Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Our good friend Bill Selby took a trip up to the Kawartha Lakes to see how the crappie fishing was doing. In preparation he tied many 1/16 and 1/8 oz. custom jigs to fish on light line.

His jigs worked well and produced up to 30 nice crappie a day. Due to a Polar Vortex temps dove to under -20C on the ice so fishing in a heated and portable hut was a must.

Bill custom Crappie jigs are tied with an epoxy head, life-like eyes, very light hair and living rubber strands.

His jigs definitely fool crappie and his biggest from the weekend was a whopping 14″ long!!

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