In 2013 we lost a great member of the community. Mike Cirino was a devoted husband, great friend and special human being. Mike was an avid fisherman and to honour his memory we have put together a charity derby to raise money for Chron's and Colitis. All procedes will go to charity. For more information call the store at (905) 388-5873
Lake Erie is a hot bed for giant smallies in the fall. Cold fall temps pushes big hawgs out to 25-30 feet of water. These giant bronze backs can be taken on tube jigs, drop shot and heavy jigging spoons. Fishing that deep requires about an ounce of weight to make contact on bottom. Even incidental catches of big Erie walleye are common in these cold temperatures. If you can find a day in November with low winds it will offer some excellent big smallmouth fishing.
Cold fall temperatures can offer some exceptional fishing opportunities. With colder nights on the horizon, steelhead fishing will be prime. Great Lakes tributaries all over will hold good numbers of rainbow trout. Check the regulations and make sure they have an extended fishing season in each zone. Most trout can be taken on a number of techniques from roe to flies.