Provided By: Gord Pyzer on northernontario.travel
It is the quintessential gift if you love to ice fish as much as I do. Especially, for the speckled trout, rainbow trout and splake that the Ministry of Natural Resources stocks in a multitude of small, pristine lakes spread out across the northern half of the province.
The fish are typically planted as one year olds in the picture postcard lakes so that when they grow up and become catchable, they're as wild as the wilderness waters in which they swim. And equally stunningly handsome.
In fact, by the time they're three, four or five years of age they're typically dazzling beauties.
But enough talk.
It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words,click on the video above that I shot just the other day and discover why, when, where and how to enjoy this winter time blessing.
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