Conceived in a cornfield but nearly born on the banks of the Detroit River, Mike has never won a Grammy, Emmy, nor received a Nobel Prize but sure has caught a walleye or two! Raised on Lake St Clair and residing in the city of Windsor, Mike was born with an extra big toe. The extra digit was removed long before he could use it, robbing him of any super-powers and ending his traveling circus act before it even began. Unable to battle the forces of evil, Mike is now amongst the rank of the working-class tax-paying law-abiding citizens.
Working only for the weekends, Mike indulges himself over and over and over in the outdoors, a means of temporarily escaping the sheeple like conformity of today’s socially pressured fast-paced society.
Obsessed with fishing, hunting and wilderness backpacking, Mike is honestly consumed by everything outdoors. Belonging to a tight social net-work, made up of locals in the Southwestern region of Ontario, Mike is always enthusiastically willing to help others or share his experiences, even if it means giving up his waypoint to a honey-hole.
As Mike clearly stated in a previously published book “I have been blessed in so many ways to have gained the experiences I have. There have been so many good people I have met. These are the distinguished individuals who have taken their time to share their knowledge and what fuels their passion for the great outdoors. Because of their open handedness and unselfishness to educate and pass on to me, is the sole reason I try to do the same. I too, want to be one of them.”
Hi I’m Cliff Moors, I was born in Chatham N.B and grew up as a Airforce Brat mostly in North Bay, Ont. My grandfather loved fishing and well as my father and now I’ve passed that gene onto my sons and daughter. One son is also a professional guide for at least 10 yrs now earning a respect across Vancouver Island.
To keep it short I’ve fished all over Canada for every type of fish possible. I love them all and the different techniques required to catch trophy fish. I always wanted to share that excitement with people from all over the World so I started CCCharters 8 yrs ago. I’m pleased to be part of Canadian Fishing Network and look forward to new adventures!
Kyle Anthony Chester
I’ve been fishing for as long as I can remember. My grandpa was the one that started me on it. As a kid, I lived two mins from the north Saskatchewan river. I spent all my spare time teaching myself new ways to fish for the different species of fish in the river system, from northern pike, walleye, perch, goldeye, and sturgeon. I’m now trying to step up my game in exploring new waters and searching for my next personal best. I am the father of three wonderful kids and husband to an amazing wife. That they all share the same passion for fishing is a dream come true. My oldest son, Anthony, lives for fishing. He has cerebral palsy and epilepsy, but doesn’t let that slow him down. I drive truck and haul to the northern mines in Saskatchewan where I can stop anytime and fish along the way. On my days off, we pack up family and head out on the water. I love taking kids out and seeing the look on their faces when they reel in their big catch:). Fishing just isn’t my hobby, it’s my way of life. Tight lines everyone!!!!
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CFN is all about showcasing Canadian Fishing and fishing responsibly. If you think you have the same passion, you are very welcome to join us. As a team CFN member your duty is to share our vision, supply us with content, whether articles, pictures or videos and whenever possible join us at shows and help us with our mission.
There are 3 tiers to being Team CFN
Tier 1 – Supporter
Purchase of any CFN Hat and Shirt or Hoodie plus posting and tagging on Social Media of photos and videos of Fishing
Tier 2 – Contributor
Required purchase of TEAM CFN gear combo on an annual basis and most importantly regularly produce content be it Blog, Vlog, Video, Photos. Tier 2 members are featured on to the website with their profile.
Tier 3 – Provincial Ambassador
Initially this will be an assigned position in which they will be responsible for Team Members per area/province. P.A.s should organize local events, fund raisings or meetups at least quarterly. If needed they can elect officers or assign assistants to help in the area. They are also responsible for collecting the content from Tier 2 members. P.A.s sit on the board
We have also a lot of inquiries regarding Fishing Teams, we still have to figure this out as we want to best and most honorable men to represent us in the field.