Following the evening news on CTV there’s a segment called…
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Sarah Freemark from CTV morning interviews Lawrence on the Ottawa River about his podcast and charity, and simple things each of us can do to help ensure the future of fish and fishing.
Lawrence Gunther describes How Fish Use different senses to Find Food and avoid being Eaten
Sarah Freemark from CTV Morning television has Lawrence describe the anatomy of the fish they have been catching, and to explain to the viewers how fish use their different senses to find food and avoid being eaten.
Lawrence Gunther Takes Sarah Freemark from CTV Television Fishing for Catfish
Lawrence Gunther, is guide dog Moby, and guest pilot Jason Cox head out on to the Ottawa River with Sarah Freemark from CTV Morning television to catch some catfish and learn more about fishing sustainably.
Girl Guides Go Fishing with Lawrence Gunther
Lawrence Gunther invites the over-50 members of the 12th Ottawa Girl Guides to go fishing, and members of Lawrence’s Ottawa Valley South BassMasters club volunteer to help out.
Lawrence Gunther’s Tips on Fishing Lure Storage and Braille Labelling
Lawrence Gunther fishes over 20 competitive tournaments a year as North America’s only totoally blind professional angler. Watch as Lawrence gives tips on how he organizes baits for maximum
Lawrence Gunther Reveals How He Ice Fishes Blind
Lawrence Gunther and his guide dog Moby are ardent ice fishers, but knowing how to get on to the ice and back safely and without getting lost can be a challenge. Watch as Lawrence reveals
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Feel The Bite Handlines and Jigs Lawrence Gunther
Lawrence Gunther is back to talk about fishing, even if he doesn't have a fishing rod! How does he do it? Using what's called a Handline and a Jig.
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