Bass season thus far & all the happenings!

Since my last post, A LOT has happened so please bear with me on this long post! My new boat has…

New Boat Production Completed & Ford Canada Event!

I’ve been really grateful for the opportunity to see photos of my boat over the past couple months while it…

Spring Crappies, New Boat & A Film!

Every other week I write a fishing column for the Kingston Whig-Standard newspaper in the Saturday sports section. If you’re…

Ice-Out Black Crappies

With the warm winter we had this year, I think it was a shock to many that we didn’t get…

2016, What a Winter!

With ice seriously lacking in many parts of the province (of Ontario) this winter, it was a little more challenging to…

Ice Fishing Adventure on Lake Nipissing

Last weekend I ventured the furthest north I’ve ever traveled in pursuit of fish. I was super excited for this…

Quite A Start To 2016!

The past year flew by at an astonishing pace and I wanted to take a moment to thank everyone that…

10 Fishing Gift Ideas

Oh, it’s that time of year! The hustling, bustling, and anticipation of gathering with family and making memories around the…

World-Class Fall Walleye Fishing

Expedia.ca recently asked me about my favourite fall fishing destination. When fall rolls around, my favourite way to spend the…

A Big Life Change!

As someone who fishes year round, I have spent more time than I could ever imagine measuring traveling to and…

Exploring Lake St. Francis

With summer nearly coming to an end (gasp!), Eric and I decided on a weekend trip to the St. Lawrence River…

Spring Re-Cap: Steelhead, Walleye, Sheepshead, Pike, and more….

I can’t believe that spring has already come and gone and we are now into July. I wish I could…

St. Lawrence River Carpin’

Although it’s only been a few days since I’ve arrived back home, I am still replaying the amazing weekend of carp…

Monster Pike in Saskatchewan!

I was in complete awe over landing the biggest pike of my lifetime! The best part of catching fish of this calibre is releasing them to breed on and be caught again. Trophy fisheries don’t just happen, we have to take care of them to keep them that way.