The Ontario Experience

In this new series, Troy Lindner and Ty Sjodin explore new places, meet some authentic characters and experience world class fishing and hunting all across the wilderness of Ontario.

  • Fishing – From eater walleyes to smallmouth, musky, pike and trout.

  • Hunting – Grouse, moose and a big Ontario black bear

“The Ontario Experience” is the next best thing to going on the adventure yourself — and who knows, this unique show might just give YOU some ideas for your next fishing or hunting trip!

Meet the Hosts

GoFish Ontario

Find some of the world’s best fishing in Ontario. Plan your next trip!


GoHunt Ontario

Every hunter dreams of the perfect hunting experience and the perfect challenge. Find yours here!



Ontario is home to 158 fish species

There are over 250,000 bodies of water scattered throughout Ontario.

Ontario contains roughly 20% of the world's fresh water.

66% of Ontario's surface is covered with forests.

Sunset Country

Northwest Ontario’s Sunset Country – Home to over 70,000 lakes and endless wilderness promise memorable, world-class fishing, hunting, and backwoods camping experiences. It’s far from the crowds, just like it’s been for thousands of years.

Superior Country

At the center of Canada and along the world’s largest freshwater lake, Lake Superior, you’ll find Ontario’s Superior Country. It’s a place of affordable family fun, exciting eco-adventures, and world-class fishing and hunting!

Northeast Region

Northeastern Ontario is a huge region with huge fish – from record-class brook trout to monster pike and every species in between. It’s also home to more than 70,000 square miles of pristine wilderness, epic hunting opportunities abound!

Algoma Country

From the shores of Lake Superior and Lake Huron north, Algoma Country’s countless rivers, lakes and streams are filled with trophy fish — And its vast interior is a hunter’s paradise: from birds to big game, Algoma’s got it all.

Learn About the Lodges

Get more information on the lodges that both Ty and Troy visited this year.

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