Fish N’ Chicks

Genre: Lifestyle
Host: Carole Aeschelmann & Laura Lillie

Laura and Carole have been fishing their whole lives. Now, they explore the waters around Hamilton and Niagara in search of their next catch, and their next meal.

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Episodes

Episode 1

In Hamilton Harbour, Laura and Carole face down a massive Chinook Salmon that fights back, even on the boat.

Episode 2

A showdown of lures and something unexpected under the pier in Port Dover.

Episode 3

Carole and Laura fly with the Steelhead and get jiggy at a secret spot near Niagara Falls.

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