The Canadian Fishing Network travels throughout Ontario as Scott Martin and Red Andal search for great fishing spots in the province. They give a true insight into Canada’s laws and policies on fishing. If you are interested in learning about fishing, its proper practice, various types of fish or just want to check out the best scenery of Ontario, the Canadian Fishing Network is a great show for you. “This is the Canadian Fishing Network where we are continuing to showcase all the incredible angling possibilities that are here in the country of Canada,” Scott says.
Through this coronavirus pandemic, Canadians are trying to contrive a way to stay active. On January 14, 2021, Ontario issued the stay-at-home order or the second provincial emergency order. According to the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters, a non-profit fish and wildlife conservation organization, outdoor gatherings are limited to 5 people and everyone must maintain a six-foot or two-metre distance. It is of utmost importance to follow the guidance of social distancing while fishing. It is not a prohibited activity but you may be fined if COVID-19 restrictions are violated.