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 Posted: Sat Dec 30th, 2006 03:54 pm
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Hi guys is anyone fishing right now and if so where and r u catching anything some pics would be nice..... So do you guys think there will be ice for the meet and greet or will you have to take pontoons for the ice hut and a 9.9 motor to get out there... lol... the only ice ihave seen is in a man made landscape pond and the cubes in my freezer... This sucks last yaer it was 20 below and we were out on a foot of ice on the ponds by now going for crappie with the kids.  Now i have to liten to my boys ask when we r going....  All i can say is hopfully this winter..... well thats all and if we get ice and i can find the time i hope to meet you all in feb....

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 Posted: Sat Dec 30th, 2006 06:29 pm
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HEY sunfish there hittin like heck went out this morn,caught 27 alot of 2-4 lbers,sorry folks d.camera not back from being fixed yet f@@#@#@#### but its like fish heaven out there:shock::D:D:D:D:P:P:P;)

HAPPY IN BELLIVILLE
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 Posted: Sat Dec 30th, 2006 06:31 pm
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sorry folks i have a studder problem lol.lol.

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 Posted: Sat Dec 30th, 2006 09:58 pm
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Holidays, weather and all that stuff have gotten in the way - muddy water, high winds, ice, early sundown, cold and all that stuff up here in Kincardine so today is the first day I've been out in over a week. Gorgeous day, no wind, clear river, muddy lake and no fish for me. One buddy came in off the lake with a big Brown. I saw another buddy land something on the far side of the harbour and someone up for the day is reported to have landed a 6 lb Trout off the wall in near the lighthouse in the channel.

Late fall has been bad here. With all the rain, the Trout have run well upriver and stayed there. The lake inshore has been really cloudy. We are just now starting to see a very few 2 - 3 lb silver Bows - anything bigger is even more rare and usually coloured or dark. It's been about three weeks since I've even had a fish on but tomorrow I'll try again for a short while before heading out of town again for New Year's Eve.

Goderich has been good though, right at the mouth of the river. One of the guys I deal with has landed a few this week.

No fish, no pix from here... Follow the Hawg :D

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HEY DOCK YOU CAN JUST ABOUT FISH ANYWHERE DOWN HERE AND CATCH FISH(WALLEYE)MY BUDDY CAUGHT TWO PIKE AROUND 9-10LBS EACH TONNNNNNS OF FUN,WALLEYE EVERYWHERE.

TAKE CARE AND HAVE A SAFE NEW YEAR
HAWG HUNTING THOSE WALLEYES

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THANK-YOU SPEEDY THOUGHT IT WAS ME.

HAWG HUNTER

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 Posted: Sun Dec 31st, 2006 03:38 pm
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Hey Hawg Hunter! How are they biting now. I couln'nt get out down here at all. Its been to windy. Will be going to Quinte bright and early wednesday morning. I wont get back till tuesday night. Hope the weather is still good.

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 Posted: Sun Dec 31st, 2006 04:19 pm
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Finally...

A 6-lb female Bow at 8:30 this morning. Caught on a 2/3 oz hammered green/gold Cleo.

It's been so long I've almost forgotten how to spell fitsh.

Attachment: 6lbBow31-12-06.JPG (Downloaded 25 times)

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 Posted: Sun Dec 31st, 2006 06:26 pm
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'HEY' eastfisher there still bittin like heck,i'm not a troller,i'm jigging for them,good luck....RAIN MON. WEDS. SHOULD PROVE PRODUCTIVE FOR YOU......
P.S SO FAR +2 WINDCHILL -3(SOUNDS WINDY TO ME)
HAWG HUNTER

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Thats a nice bow dock,i can taste it now,B.B.Q'D with pepper a little lemon wrapped in foil for about 1 1/2 hrs YUM.YUM.YUM,MAN AM I HUNGRY NOW LOL.LOL.

HAWG HUNTER

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 Posted: Sun Dec 31st, 2006 06:39 pm
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Yesterday I caught two Bows in a little creek here in Hamilton, and you know were the camera was, sitting on my dinning room table, so sad to say no pictures.

Went again this morning and boy that was just a little nippy, had one on and just a little to much drag then the line parted. So he will be there for another day.

Here's wishing you all a happy new year, and a good fishing year.

moonraker.

 

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 Posted: Sun Dec 31st, 2006 11:17 pm
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now that is a nice bow man i wish i could get out fishing but it just dosent seem to be the right time for it...

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 Posted: Mon Jan 1st, 2007 02:37 am
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Hey Hawg Hunter I will be giving your advice a try. We will try jigging them up if we can.  The weather has been very good up there I've been watching it for a week. Have yourself a happy new year as well as all the rest of you guys.

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 Posted: Mon Jan 1st, 2007 03:21 am
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Haw Hunter can you tell me are there any good places to try from shore?

thanks

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 Posted: Mon Jan 1st, 2007 01:24 pm
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HEY SOMTHINGFISHY WERE YOU FROM,anyway one good bet would be the BAY BRIDGE on hwy 2 either the north side or the rossmore side,and alot of people fish off myers peer which on a good NIGHT can be very good,off the peer most guys use crankbaits i like f-18 floating rapalas chart,blk/sil,orange and i also like C.C.SHADS all these should be cranked slowly,ive found a long whobbly roll great in the fall and a more straight tight roll in the spring ....WORKS FOR ME

HAWG HUNTER

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Thanks, Hawg Hunter.  Is that the bridge near Bellville or the one near Deseronto? I have fished at a conservation area just west of Bellville where a creen runs into the bay and caught nothing.  I am from Ajax and don't get out to fish as much as I should.

 

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 Posted: Mon Jan 1st, 2007 10:17 pm
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That fish was fresh from the lake so the meat was really deep red but there was some still good spawn - some loose, some still well attached to the skein which I'll try off the end off the pier for whitefish if the weather breaks. There were a few good fish like that caught on the weekend - all fresh and in that 5 to 6 lb range. There was also a run of younger 2 - 3 pounders so things are looking up although It's too cold though and the fish have no spunk - this one reeled right in as if I were pulling it in on a hospital gurney.

Question for you, Hawg. Bows and Salmon sre unfit to eat when they're close to spawning - the fish are dark, the meat is pale and mushy. I used to catch spring Perch on Simcoe and the odd Walleye throughout the year and the meat seemed consistent. Is there a time of year when the flesh is not as good?

Oh yeah... it was a perfect eating fish, but not for us. I gave it to my sister and brother-in-law on New Year's Eve.

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At least three different Kitchener guys drove up here on the weekend. I think a fine 5 pounder went back to KW on Friday. It was caught on a #5 spinner. I'm hoping the other two fellas got something after I left.

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"HEY" somthingfishy ya your right the BAY BRIDGE is in BELL. if coming from the west take the main turn south into BELL. follow that all the way down to hwy 2,turn right follow that to the bridge,two sets of lights and oh by the way when you turn to go to the bridge take your first right at the lights just before the bridge this will bring you under the bridge,park and walk out to the end,hope this helps.

HAWG HUNTER

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I fished off the bridge yesterday from about 3pm til 5:30.  Saw a few boats out.  I didn't catch anything.  Nice spot, though.  Watching the scenery and thanking god I am alive is half the fun for me.  There's a flat rock at the end of the pier that's just big enought to fit my lawn chair.  I have a rod-holder built into the arm of that lawnchair).  I used a frozen smelt on a floating jig head about 6 inches above bottom.  Felt like I had a bump once. Might have been dreaming though.  I might have stayed longer, but somebody came to fish who could NOT stop talking and kinda broke the mood.  It was time to leave.

I will go back to that spot.

thanks Hawg Hunter

somthinfishy

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