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Ice Fishing in Canada
What to Fish
Where to Fish
How to Fish
When you’re going after Walleye, Lake Trout, or Northern Pike, having a razor-sharp hook is a must to keep them on the line, so always carry a small pen-file with you.
In case you’re new to the ice fishing world, the best setup to use is a small lead-headed jig paired with live minnows. These bad boys will land you anything from Yellow Perch to Crappie.
Going after Walleye will be most successful during sunrise or sunset, especially if you’re using jigs and a soft-plastic minnow bait. Drop it close to the lake bottom and watch as the Walleye attacks.
Jigging spoons work like a charm when you’re targeting supersized Lake Trout.