Directors of Photography:
University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta: 16mm.
"Describes fishing for muskellunge, a fresh-water fish in Canada. Portrays fishermen matching their strength and skill with that of the fish. Notes conservation laws to ensure that Canada's lakes will not be depleted of this game fish."
Library and Archives Canada: 16mm, VHS, digibeta.
"Fishing for muskellunge, one of the gamest of fresh-water fish in Canada."
University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta: 16mm.
"Fishing for Muskellunge, one of the gamest of fresh-water fish in Canada, is a sport that gets into a man's blood. On teeming waters in the northwestern Ontario and southern Quebec two fishermen match their strength and skill with that of the mighty muskie."
From the Catalogue of 16mm Educational Motion Pictures. Published by the Educational Media Division, Department of Extension, University of Alberta, Edmonton, 1967.
Online Catalogue National Film Board of Canada.
"Muskies are among the largest and fiercest of Canada's game fish. In this film we see fishermen in Ontario and Quebec matching their strength and skill with these powerful fish. Conservation laws, common characteristics and fishing techniques are described."
Canadian Tourist Association, Conservation Films (1954): 10.
"On teeming waters in northwestern Ontario and southern Quebec the camera closes in for a ringside seat as two fishermen match their strength and skill with the mighty muskie. Small ones are returned to the lake -- and why not, when there are fifty-pounders waiting to test the fisherman's technique with rod and reel."