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  1. We recently spent a few days fishing on the Bay of Quinte for large walleye. This is a brief video showing some of the walleye we caught during one of the outings. While in the Bay we fished with Aaron from Canadian Trophy Fishing Adventures and Mike from Salmon Fishing Charters. Both are very competent, knowledgeable and friendly charter captains. We're looking forward to the ice season and will definitely be paying the Bay of Quinte a visit when it freezes. Part 2 of this walleye video contains footage of a 12 and 15.5 pound walleye. To be posted soon ... Hope you enjoy! Youtube Video ->Original Video
  2. During a recent fishing trip we collected underwater footage of fish in their natural habitat - not being fished or baited. We were concerned that the size of our camera rig would scare the fish, however, the opposite was true as it attracted walleye, smallmouth bass, redhorse suckers and muskie in good numbers. The cameras were left running for approximately 2 hours in 2 locations, 12 feet of water in a river channel then 4 feet of water in a silty bay. This video shows the muskies that passed the cameras; the walleye, sucker and bass footage will be posted soon. Hope you enjoy:
  3. We finally have a boat running on Lake Ontario again and decided to take a break from kayak fishing to chase some salmon and rainbows. The following is Part 1 of our series on Lake Ontario fishing. Hope you enjoy.
  4. Hello everyone, We survived the blackflies of Algonquin Park, Canada during our week of camping/fishing and are now in the process of sorting through the GB's of footage we took. We've put together some of the Channel Catfish footage for starters in the link below. In the next day or two we'll also be posting a timelapse sequence of a dragonfly emerging and some good underwater footage of a snapping turtle who visited daily - both of which were pretty cool to watch. One bonus of an Algonquin adventure in the Spring is that if the fishing is slow there is always something else going on around you. Many moose and eagle sightings - bald and golden, the snakes, bullfrogs and turtles are out and active and the miniature world of insects and spiders is coming to life. And, of course, at 4:30 every morning a trio of Whippoorwills would start their repetitive calling until sunrise - probably to remind us to take them off the endangered list ..... More footage will follow shortly. Hope you enjoy
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