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<b>Fishing the North:</b> Crusading for starving children

Fishing the North: Crusading for starving children

Scottie Martin of the Canadian Fishing Network is helping to raise funds for the Feed My Starving Children charity
<b>Fishing the North:</b> A Q and A with Walleye Trail VP Shane Turcotte

Fishing the North: A Q and A with Walleye Trail VP Shane Turcotte

The Sault native spills some angling secrets and tips
<b>Fishing the North:</b> Don't miss Albert's Work Wear BBQ

Fishing the North: Don't miss Albert's Work Wear BBQ

It all goes down this Saturday
<b>Fishing the North:</b> Get yourself to the McIntyre Arena this weekend

Fishing the North: Get yourself to the McIntyre Arena this weekend

There's a little something for everyone at this year's sportsman show
<b>Fishing the North:</b> Hangin' with Bob, James and the crew

Fishing the North: Hangin' with Bob, James and the crew

We talked with Paul Ethier about the five days he spent with Bob Izumi, the Real Fishing Show crew and James Smedley of Ontario Out of Doors magazine
<b>Fishing the North:</b> Race what you ride (4 photos)

Fishing the North: Race what you ride (4 photos)

Anyone up for one last run on the sled and a fun fishing tournament?
<b>Fishing the North:</b> New bait and tackle shop

Fishing the North: New bait and tackle shop

Back in October 2009, Clint and Albert Chartrand jumped into the Recreational game by purchasing Guiho Saw Sales & Marine Ltd.
<b>Fishing the North:</b> Mattagami First Nation Pike Derby <b>(6 photos)</b>

Fishing the North: Mattagami First Nation Pike Derby (6 photos)

David talks with derby winner, Gilles Paradis
<b>Fishing in the North:</b> Kids Pike Derby a warm success

Fishing in the North: Kids Pike Derby a warm success

Mother nature cooperated with the Timmins Fur Council to put on a great Kids Pike Derby this year
<b>Fishing in the North:</b> Interview with 2016 Angler of the Year

Fishing in the North: Interview with 2016 Angler of the Year

David Reid chats with 28-year-old 2016 Northern Ontario Walleye Trail winner Miguel Tailleur, who had only been fishing Walleye competitively for two years when he nabbed the title last season