Hamilton/Niagara

Fish N’ Chicks

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Fish N’ Chicks

Year: 2019
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.

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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