Photostory #104: Canadian Sportsmen Always Prepared: Fish Baits to Suit All Tastes

Bill Macdonald , Chris Lund , Guy Blouin
National Film Board of Canada
Release Date
May 7, 1957
CMCP fonds
Credit Line
Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography fonds, National Gallery of Canada Library and Archives
Main Text
Not all fishermen favour the heavily-stocked tacklebox. There are those who still adhere to the "can of worms" technique. It's a matter of taste, they say . . . and sometimes, results. Many a father has blushed with mortification, returning empty-handed from the weekend expedition, to find that his 8-year old son, equipped only with willow pole, a hook, and a lowly worm has the evening meal swimming placidly in the bathtub.