About Fishing

There is something magical about going on a spontaneous fishing trip with no preparation or planning.

The best fishing stories come from these trips, when the biggest fish goes on the smallest kiddo rod equipped with six-pound test line that you have not changed in three years and now it can only hold three pounds. Maybe three, if you are lucky. When you eventually land that twenty-pound fish, after about fifteen minutes of very careful tug of war; you will feel like a champion. Fishing is one of the last things we have that connects us with nature. Fishing can drag us away from our comfortable, artificial, fabricated life and bring us back to where we came from. Most people yearn for this connection and don’t even know it. That’s why the TV shows survivor man and river monsters became so popular. We have discovered a window into our past and looking through the opening that our TV provides, even if it’s not our reality. You know what? It’s easy to make it real. Just pick up a few fishing rods, pack your family, and go. Have your own mini survivor man adventure; meet your own river monsters. Even if the trip turns into roasting marshmallows, because you have left the worms on the kitchen table and you don’t have any bait; it’s OK. At least you are enjoying some time with the family and provide your family cat with the opportunity to see if she can open the worm box, eat some of the worms, and smear the dirt and the remaining worms all over your Persian rug. The Persian rug that that your mother in law gave the family for Christmas. This will ensure that from now on no Thanksgiving dinner will be boring, because after telling the story a hundred and fiftieth times some of the kids will still go and put their nose against the rug to see if they can still smell the worms. I love these accidental misfortunes, when no one gets hurt, you’ll have a good laugh and the spice rack of your life will have a new flavor called family fun.
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Our History

I started fishing for frogs when I was three years old. You can call it frogging , but catching these beautiful green creatures had introduced me to my favorite pastime.
1968
My parents bought me a real bamboo fishing rod with a simple reel for Christmas. They were either embarrassed about my frog fishing activities or they wanted real food on the table. Soon after I have received my first fishing rod I started going on mini fishing trips, right behind our farm by a small river, called the Tarna.
1981
I have started Teachers Training college and majored in Biology and Physical Education. In my second year I have chosen fish fauna research as the focus of my thesis. Our small team have consisted of myself and my friend Kovacs Csaba. We have spent hundreds of ours fishing, cataloguing fish species, taking samples, preserving various species for the college and gathering useful information from fisherman. The research has provided me with enough information to continue my studies about advanced biology and the environmental impact of human activities.  Test responsive layout. Three coluns.
1989
My first deep sea-fishing trip in New Jersey, USA. Unforgettable experience, we were targeting bluefish and hard-fighting skipjack tuna. Stories and fishing tips are coming up soon about this trip.
2011
We started our website, www.fishonline.ca and our Youtube Chanel. Please navigate this site and our videos, let us know if we can assist you with custom tailored videos or any information that you may need. Thanks for visiting and I hope to see you back soon….