November 14th, 2013
Ice Fishing on Lake Couchichingby Nuno Antunes January 16, 2013
We’re going through a warm spell here in southern Ontario and we’re really starting to get the itch for ice fishing. I’m putting up this video from last season on Lake Couchiching. This is usually one of the first bodies of water that I hit every winter. The the bay, on the south of Couchiching by Tud Hope Park, is usually the first to freeze up and get some good ice going. Lake Couchiching is a great lake which produces a great amount of species with size all through the year. Most targeted species in the winter I would have to say is perch and pike. They can both be caught through the ice in abundance. So, next time you have a chance and there is safe ice make it a point to hit Lake Couchiching.
Tight lines everyone!
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Nuno is an avid multi-species angler, based in southern Ontario. Nuno is a member and Media Director for Barrie Bassmasters, as well as Director of the Junior Bassmasters. He is passionate about sport fishing, and about sharing the sport with future generations. Nuno's sponsors include Lunkerhunt, Kistler Rods, Ardent Reels, State Apparel and Freedom Tackle.More by Nuno Antunes