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Warm Water Muskie

Judging by the steady drop in the largemouth bass population along the Ottawa River below Ottawa, it’s safe-to-say that the Muskie population is thriving.
Lawrence holding a nice walleye

A time to Jig and a Time to Dropshot

Fishing with jigs is quite possibly one of the oldest forms of fishing using artificial baits.
Lawrence Fishing Aboard his Hoby kayak

A year for Getting Back to Basics

I am quite fortunate to have the backing of a number of terrific sponsors – most of which have been with me for over ten years.

Ice Fishing Ottawa River Walleye is About Time and Place

Twice in January I ventured out on to the frozen Ottawa River…

Competing Blind in the America Cup International Fly Fishing Tournament

(First published in Bob Izumi’s Reel Fishing Magazine) Few…

Blind Fishing Sailfish Using Bait-and-Switch

I first crossed paths with Tred Barta in Colorado where we teamed…

Walleye Opener and the Law

Getting out on the Upper St. Lawrence River for the opening of…

Walleye Dropshot fishing Tips and gear

(This article was first published in Northern Ontario Tourism…

Following Bottom Contours with Sound

The Talking Tackle Depth Whisperer is a handy little automation…

The Tree that Just Kept Giving

Photo of two Largemouth bass that were two of 5 3lb plus Bass…

Canada’s Parliamentary Sport Fish at Your service

By Lawrence Gunther (First Published in Fish Hunt Ride Magazine…

Lunker Walleyes from Fast Flowing Rivers

Fishing for Walleye in lakes is equivalent to downhill skiing on blue diamond slopes; doable, but not nearly as challenging and potentially rewarding as pursuing huge Walleye in fast flowing double-diamond rivers.

Fishing with the 12th Ottawa Girl Guides

Every year volunteers from Blue Fish Canada work hard to take young people fishing.
Lawrence with Kyla and Matthew at Ritchie Falls Resort

A True Canadian Grand Slam

Mathew and Kyla Owl were selected by the new First Nations owners to lead the transformation process and operate Ritchie Falls.
Gord Ellis with a 26 inch Steelhead

Fishing with Moby and Gord Ellis on the Nipagon River

While wading rivers for Trout I find it interesting just how closely my guide dog Moby watches my every move.