Last week I had the privilege of fishing with Gord Pyzer. I don’t think there is a more knowledgeable human when it comes to freshwater fish. He is google in a boat when it comes to behaviour and tactics and is aware of every study and current science on any quarry. And all of this is packed inside a man who cares so deeply about the outdoors he has spent his entire life studying and working to maintain and make it better.
Presently there are articles in Outdoor Canada and In Fisherman magazine that we worked on last season and we put enough fish in the boat to accomplish that again for this year.
I spend my fall hunting emerald shiners on the Ottawa River because I know when I find the emeralds I will find a community of fish around them and that includes big muskies.
My obsession leads me to work with Yvon Lacelle, the minnow man from Hawkesbury. Yvon will trap his entire supply of emerald shiners for next year in the next few weeks. Last week I watched him catch almost 100,000 in a single evening.
Gord sheds light on the relationship between one of the rivers smallest fish species and the very biggest. Hot off the press, check this out:
John M. Anderson
We produce BIG fish!!
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