Thank you for visiting Canadian Angling, and welcome to our website. We have lots of information about nature, fish, fishing, flyfishing and the environment for you to read. Below here, you will see the Recent Articles we have written. These are articles on nature and the environment, information that you will find of interest. We also have upgraded our photo gallery section. Check back for new fishing, nature and environmental articles.
Canadian Angling.com (August 25, 2014): As many of you know, Canadian Angling has been posting the Best Times to Fish for many years. I use this for fishing every week, as I personally have found that it improved the odds of catching a fish. Some people may be skeptical, but now there is actual scientific proof that the lunar cycle does affect the feeding habits of fish. There have been a few studies that suggested a connection between the moon’s activity and their feeding behavior. Read the remainder of this entry »
(Canadian Angling Jan. 7, 2014) We use plastic daily in our lives, but new research is showing that this can be a potential environmental disaster right on our doorstep. Recently scientists from the University of London England completed some research on the Thames River bed and found disturbing results. They found thousands of pieces of plastic on the river bed. Is this also happening in our rivers and oceans in North America, sadly, yes. Read the remainder of this entry »
Canadian Angling.com (Jan 1, 2014) As many people have noticed, frog populations are in decline over the past 15 years and millions of frogs have disappeared. Scientists have found that an infectious fungus called chytrid is the cause of the mortality. This fungus has now spread to Kansas, specifically the Wichita area. The research was conducted by students from Wichita State University. Read the remainder of this entry »
Canadian Angling.com (Sep. 28, 2013) We have all experienced stress so bad that we have forgotten what we were doing or what we were going to get. What were we looking for again? Where did we put it. Where are my keys, etc. We all have experienced this in our lives. This is caused by stress. Stress also plays a role in the survival of salmon in the wild and also in aquaculture. Scientists have discovered that chronic mild stress is the root cause of the problem, a problem where we lose 20% of the salmon every year. Read the remainder of this entry »