Fishing in Canada... A True Northern Adventure
If you are looking for a fishing trip to remember, then one of the locations you should consider is Canada. Canada offers some of the best Saltwater and Freshwater fishing around. There are a wide area of rivers and ponds, freshwater lakes, and saltwater streams to choose from. Fish and wildlife are very abundant to make any tourist or Canadian happy. There would not be any reason for you to be unhappy. Canada has the ideal water where the fish are abundant.
There are plenty of shops and establishments that sell fishing gear and tools. Fishing in Canada is divided into two groups. They are the Lake Water Fishing, and the Salt Water Fishing. The two groups are totally different, especially in Canada. Canada is most famous for its salmon fishing.
Salmon are known for the great size and beauty. This type of fishing is enjoyed and is very rewarding because of the wide variety and abundant salmon. In Canada there are the Coho, Sockeye, Chinook and the Chum salmon. If you are looking to do this type of fishing there are many guides that specialize in salmon fishing adventures. Saltwater fishing is popular on the 3 coasts of Canada. They are the Atlantic, Pacific, and Arctic oceans. This is a chance for the shark and tuna fishing. A lot of big saltwater are caught only on deep seas, and that is what these coast offer. Ice Fishing is also an option for you if you would like to experience fishing in Canada. There are also ice fishing guides that could assist you in your trip.
They will ensure your safety and enjoyable experience in Canada. Ice fishing requires special gear, outfits and techniques that require the help of a skilled ice fishing guide. Many tourists who come to Canada for ice fishing can rent ice huts to keep them warm and away from wind. For safe fishing there are many things that are advised. It is always recommended that you have a fishing guide who knows the area and are specialized in each fishing type. You should also bring your normal safety gear like a compass, cell phones and flashlights, or anything else you feel you would need in an emergency situation.