I don’t think I have met another fisherman that doesn’t have a Rapala lure in their tackle box. Its hard to beat a lure company with this much history of catching big fish!
If you’ve followed this blog for any length of time, you’ve probably read countless stories and reports from the Toronto Islands during pike season. Well, the season is upon us again my friends and I was lucky enough to get out early on opening day (saturday) and fish with Ed F in his brand spanking new Lund boat docked on the islands. We were on the water before 9 and hitting pike before 9:30. It was a truly amazing start to the season and I look forward to what should be an amazing fishing year!
This was a “trip of firsts”- the first pike fishing day of the year on the islands, my first fish landed this year, which was also the first fish landed in Ed’s new boat, and also the first fish I caught on a swimbait (a reaction strike slow sink Revolution Shad). That’s a lot of firsts for one fish! Even though swimbaits were working really well for me best lure of the day was still the Rapala Glidin’ Rap.
Also, we’re thinking about putting together a small gathering on the islands for all of our local readers so register for our forums and get involved! More photos from my trip after the break- all photos credited to Ed F.
If you’ve played Rapala Pro Bass Fishing, you know there are some big fish to be caught. None however, are bigger then this one!
If you like to hibernate during the winter and need a fun way to spend time waiting for the ice to melt, Rapala Pro Bass Fishing will no doubt get the job done. If you have spent any amount of time on our site recently, you know just how much we love this game. This is our top fishing video game pick of 2010, hands down.
Available on PSP, PS2, PS3, XBOX 360 and Wii for around $40.