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  1. 11 points
  2. 10 points
    I tried emailing you and sending you a private message the last time you made some posts here so I guess I'll make a post here as you seem to like to pop up once in awhile to make some noise. If you have something personal against me, fine, I can take it. It isn't the first time someone didn't like this site. Always seems to come up from time to time. So what you need to do is grow up a bit and either email me, private message me or hell, even give me a call. I'm in the book. I have no idea what I did to you personally or otherwise. But as of this moment your posts won't show up until I read them first and I will make the decision on whether or not they will be allowed to be posted here. Roger
  3. 9 points
    Here is my take on using artificial lures for lake trout. First we have to understand how a lake trout hunts. If you take a look at the placement of a trout's eyes on it's head. They are near the top of it's head much like a walleye. They usually spot their food source above them. Sure they can look down but they love to ambush from below. Now check out a salmon's eye placement. Their eyes are placed way down their heads which is perfect for horizontal hunting, almost like a pike. Adding to this, now, is water temperature. In the summer lake trout are in their preferred temperature zones in the depths of a lake. In the winter this changes and they hunt using the whole water column as the water is basically the same temperature..... COLD! Lake trout can be shallow, mid depth or deep. Now I just want to take a minute to dispel a common myth that lake trout will get the 'bends" when caught out of deep water while ice fishing. They won't if they are allowed to burp. When you catch a lake trout from deep water, when 50they burp, you will sometimes see big bubbles coming up in the hole. That's from the trout. Lure selection, White is a very common and great choice for lake trout. People think the trout can see it better, shows up better, etc. As I mentioned earlier white is a great choice because trout hunt looking up. And now I ask you........ What is the colour of every fishes belly? In my opinion, that is why white is a good choice. Silvers, golds, blues, black, and pink are my other choices. I talk to many people and they like to use a minnow, be it a sucker, cisco and for where allowed, smelts. These are all great choices. Two of these bait choices live and feed quite a bit of the time suspended. Suckers like the bottom. Many anglers like to hover their bait 1-2 feet off bottom. And yes you can catch trout this way. But try bringing that bait up off the bottom. If you are in 50 feet try suspending the bait at around 35-40 feet. I use this analogy, You are standing next to me. I point at a white rabbit in a snow cover field. I have to really point and describe to you where that rabbit is so you can see it. Now I ask you if you can see the plane flying over head. You see it pretty much right away. Same thing happens under the ice. I have caught trout right under the ice over 100 feet of water and they are usually pretty big ones too. Now back to artificial baits. You can use what ever you like it's pretty much all the same concept. Also electronics will enhance your game a 1000 fold as you can see where in the water column the trout are. I like to start jigging at 1/2-2/3 of the water depth I'm fishing. So if I'm in 40 feet I like to start between 20 and 30 feet. and so on. If nothing seems to be attracted I'll use the sit and wait. That means I won't move the lure at all. I can only remember once that a trout came and hit the stationary lure. But when you see one approaching your lure, start reeling the lure up. You can jig while reeling up. The most important thing is to keep moving away from the trout. Watch what happens. You just increased your odds on a hook up. Here's some lure tips. Try inserting a Hopkins spoon into a tube. Spoon action tube style. (I know Gussy wrote about this and it isn't my idea either. It's a bass tactic from back in the 80's!) Try vibrating lures such as a Zonar, Cicada and I can't remember the name of the blade bait but it's my new favourite and it's in the same aisle in DNR as the Swedish pimples. Rattle traps and Rattlin Raps work but I find that the sink to slow.. Anyways there's way more and I'll add a part 2 soon.. Roger
  4. 8 points
    Okay, folks....its not this websites fault, its not anybodys fault...in fact there is nothing to blame anybody for. Small town, couple rivers, people talk, people fish, thats what we do. Tailout is wrong...who cares, go fishing, enjoy yourselves...and smile just like this fish and I.
  5. 8 points
  6. 7 points
    Hey everybody fishing from shore at Balduc Bay. Please do us all a favour and clean up your garbage whe you leave. It's a great place to be, fishing is pretty good, but what a mess! Cans, plastic, paper, fishing line, ect. Don't make your garbage everyone else's problem.
  7. 7 points
    Still nothing for me yet. Fished 3 diff time slots today. Missed a couple of bites though. Met a Syrian refugee dad and his son at the docks this afternoon. Set them up with a slip bobber set-up with a leech. I don't think they knew what a leech was. Will have to brush up on my Arabic. The boy seemed to understand English a bit and would translate to the father what I was saying. At least I think that was what was going on. They never caught either but had smiles on their faces nonetheless. Always tomorrow.........I hope.
  8. 7 points
    Is that Tailout ?
  9. 7 points
  10. 7 points
    About the money???? Roger
  11. 6 points
    This one climbed into the boat near the Mill. Buddy shot it.
  12. 6 points
    i do agree with tailout that times have changed, BUT it is not that people expect information for free. It is called evolution. This is how information is now shared. If you are like me, over the 50 yr old crowd, you know when you started fishing all you had was a fishing rod, a 12 ft boat and a 2 wheel drive truck. If you wanted to know what the weather was like, you opened the door and looked outside. Biggest decision was do you bring the rain coat or not. You always had a line up of buddies who would go fishing anytime you called. You purchased a Evans fishing map and went exploring. If never mattered if you caught fish. Time seem liked it stood still. Now, back to the present, if you want a buddy to go fishing, you need to plan it 2 -3 weeks ahead of time. How many of us plan trips a year in advance now. Family and work now consumes a lot of time so every minute counts. Anglers just want to be more efficient in catching fish. The industry provides us all the latest tools and now social media is filling in the information gaps that we never had besides the BS that we got from the bait shops. Asking for fishing information is not about not wanting to get off the couch and do some exploring, or being too lazy and wanting it for free, it is called making the most of your time and getting the most bang for your buck. Who wants to drive 60 kms up the Graham Road to find out the road to the lake you want to access has been washed out when all you need to do is ask on social media. Also, who bedsides fisherman like to talk about fishing as much as they can.
  13. 6 points
    Well I want to catch a longnose because I am trying to catch every species of fish in Ontario, and I haven't caught a longnose yet. (just the ones that can be caught on a rod and reel, I cannot see myself trying to catch any minnows, although there are people who fish for minnows). I do this because I love fish biology and really enjoy researching the different types of fish, their life histories and identifying them. It also provides a fun challenge to try and catch new things and explore new fishing locations. This all started when I destroyed my shoulder and couldn't play sports anymore. So, I needed a new hobby, and I really liked fishing. My dad always told stories about a weird "dogfish" he caught as a kid, and I wanted to see what they look like. So I researched them, found a few spots around my house where they could be found, what people catch them on etc. Then I went to try and catch one and it was a blast! So, I expanded that to other species like carp, catfish, bass. Now the longnose sucker is the fish I haven't caught at this time of year, and they are not anywhere around my house back home, so this is the best shot I have at catching one. As for why would you want to catch suckers in general, they are abundant, easy to catch, put up a decent fight, and taste pretty good (bones are a little annoying). I don't tend to keep many of them. I only end up keeping the smaller ones because I deep fry them to remove the bones, but the bones in larger ones don't crisp up as well. Apparently you can also pickle or can suckers, but I don't have the fancy equipment to try stuff like that. Anyway, hope this is a good response, feel free to think I'm crazy. This is something I find fun, and I will keep doing it so long as it stays fun.
  14. 6 points
    The pig must of Squealed
  15. 6 points
    A quick video of a little bit of the fishing I did this season. Love this time of year.
  16. 6 points
    Stop putting pressure on mah trails. Before this website, nobody used to ATV or side by side, thats the problem with this site, people learn that the snow is gone and they can atv. Shame. Conserve our gravel and dirt logging roads, you should bring a pail of gravel to replace any stones you bounce off the road. I know some high up people in the ATV community. Vrrroooom.
  17. 6 points
    Well I joined. I think I met this guy 2 nites ago. I was talking to a buddy on the Mac and we were talking about Thunder Bay Fishing. We were talking about how great an information source this site is. I am originally from s.ont. You think this area is bad, go fish down south. Now back to my point of tail out. He came up to us and asked if we were talking about this site and if that is how we found out if the steel head were running. We said yes. He then goes on a rant. Unbelievable. I just want to say that I have met 4 best friends because of this site. That was the best thing for me about this web site. And by the way tailout. Are you a dentist? Just asking because you do an amazing amount of flossing on the river.
  18. 6 points
    I would like to make a Donation to Brian and Sam's Shag Party at this time. A fishing combo. St. Croix Tournament Elite 7' ML/F Rod Pflueger Patriarch Reel Browning Rod Travel Case to hold 6 rod and reel combos Tackle Bag.......Full of Tackle--Lures,Hooks,Baits,and many other surprises Plus a $250 Gift Certificate for D&R Sporting Goods Bernie
  19. 6 points
    Every one is entitled to their opinion. I read the article and the responses. I came to this. My fondest memories are fishing with my grandfather and dad. Made many new friends while fishing. Made this website because I like fishing. I like fishing. If you want to be a vegan, be a vegan. If you don't want to fish, don't fish. Do what ever you like so long as it doesn't affect me negatively. Roger
  20. 5 points
    Went out to test repairs made to my motor. Marked a fish and dropped a tube. Awesome seeing that come up!
  21. 5 points
    Once again the North being punished for the actions and behavior of the masses in Southern Ontario. The initial intent of the changes may not have been intended to make things more complicated but certainly do. How can average consumers purchase bait in larger quantity (eg: lb of leeches or flat of worms) and be expected to use it all in 2 weeks. Not gonna be possible. Not in my world. If my buddy buys a lb of leeches or a flat of worms and gets a receipt how can I split the cost? I don't have a receipt for my share. What do I do? Lie to the mnr and set up some bs story that I trapped them on my own and set up some fictitious log when and where I trapped or picked them. How can bait fridges and bait vending machines operate. Place an "Official Receipt" on each bag or container when they don't actually have a sale and money in the till. Then the next day place another updated "Official Receipt" and then the next. Once this policy/plan becomes law and it will the average person's bait cost will rise, the gov will get more tax dollars and fees from fines from anglers. This is just on the surface and visible. Once this is rammed down our throats what's next. Like tracker suggested a new licence? Most likely. Perhaps a new clean waterways licence for everyone who uses a boat or throws a line in a river. The Ontario gov needs money to pay for all their cuts and promises. No, I would argue that this is making things very complicated and further restrict and burden sport anglers in Northern Ontario and is just the beginning.
  22. 5 points
    I nominate the late Sandro Fragale. A true sportsman and an all around great person. He's got my vote.
  23. 5 points
    what about Roger? he had a big involvement with the sss. put his own time in money into running this site which has brought a lot of people together in the fishing community. if it wasn't for him we wouldn't have the opportunity to be members on a great forum and be able to learn and teach from each other. so i nominate Roger Mayer.
  24. 5 points
    You haven't been listening at all have you, tailout? We knew from your first post that the owner of the site was the target of your beef. You are pretending you have adjusted your thinking but in fact you only made it more personal. Have you understood that YOU and others like you are "THE PROBLEM"? Once you figure that out, maybe we can get somewhere. Like helping with stream rehabilitation, science and conservation efforts, angler education, and (heaven forbid) limiting your days fishing for steelies on the river so others can have a chance. Your attitude can be found everywhere where there is a fishery. Most commercial fishermen I have talked to on the Left Coast blame the government, the Indians, the recreational angler, the forestry industry, pollution -- any one but themselves -- for declining stocks. If you listened carefully to them, they are saying that the fishery would prosper endlessly as long as it was (secretly) managed by a chosen few who "know what they are doing." It's nonsense, of course. They want as much profit from the fishery as they can be lawfully permitted and stock conservation is only a secondary concern. There's a similar history in the East Coast. Substitute angling pleasure for profit, and it's the same thing. Fisheries around the world are under pressure because of better communication, better methods, better technology, declining habitat, and a burgeoning human population. Did you buy a nice centerpin reel and high end steelie rod? Congratulations. You just invested in a growing industry catering to people like you. The steelies feel the effects of your purchase even before you put a line in the water. Admit you are part of The Problem and start doing something positive about it. L/P
  25. 5 points
    If I was a little quicker it would have been better. The trees were lit up!
  26. 5 points
    Just letting everyone know that last night was my last shift at D&R Sporting Goods. I would like like to thank everyone at D&R. Adrian, you're one hell of a great guy to work for. The staff there were all great people to work with. I I had a great time working there. I met many members of T. B. F. there too. So thank you to everyone that I have met over the 13 + years that I was there!! Roger
  27. 5 points
    Replacing Roger so ya.. you should be 12 years old at least
  28. 5 points
    hard to believe,,totally out of character, it was basically a tournament for me..i spent a lot of money, went home empty handed and woke up hungover.
  29. 5 points
    Posting for a friend that is being a good Samaritan: “Found – ice fishing shelter up the Dorion Cutoff. If you lost a shelter while ice fishing this winter, text 620-7958 with a description and arrangements will be made to get it back to you.”
  30. 5 points
    I have a couple of choices for you lyle. Cleaning out the closet. Which do you prefer? Soft n cushy or narrow n firm. Both free.
  31. 5 points
    Mabey try hittn the search button and looking thro the treads over years and what has been discussed on hear and read a little before being so quick to jump the gun about a public site that isn't hurting anyone except YOU it seems ! Rather then go out their and educate the the newer fisherman of their practices and ways ur just another TROLL on the site looking to cause problems, ur not helping the stealhead by coming on hear and blaming a website! I'm die hard steelheader at heart and everything I learned was from being on the rivers, asking questions or watching the guys do it, and I was approached by avid steelheaders on my practices and techniques to properly handle or care for the trout, that's how I learned and most others do as well, so instead of being a TROLL why don't u go out their and be a teacher to those inexperienced anglers and not worry so much about a public forum that isn't the case of anything here!
  32. 5 points
    People need to stop complaining. Thats some nerve tailout. U think its this sites fault. Give your head a shake. What about facebook , instagram , twitter , snap chat , i could go on and on. To blame the owner of this site you are absolutely in the wrong. Its the 21st century. May as well go ahead and yell at the chronicle journal to for posting a picture of anglers trying there luck at the neebing. Anyways. Thats enough. Apparently fish are in the rivers so i heard. 🎣
  33. 5 points
    Weather made things wet and sloppy today. Trail was soft and Gary asked that we cruise just off it to prevent it from completely rotting away. One pressure ridge not far from dock was a couple feet high on our way out but crossing was ok. On the way out it had dropped to a mild hump. We brought home limits. Took about 4.5 hours. Nothing over 13", 17 fish from 10-12", and only 6 under 8". The remaining 27 were between 8 and 10". What can I say? I like to count things.
  34. 5 points
    Bought my first tag this year and learnt the compound in September. Last day of the season, 30 mins till sundown and I filled my tag.
  35. 5 points
  36. 5 points
    Everyone has their opinion. I obviously sternly and respectfully disagree with this individual. However I also feel bad for him, as he is an example of how weak and easily offended society is becoming. If the end of the modern world happens, and theirs no more money, food, electricity etc etc. It will be the folks like us who still know how to hunt and fish and camp and generally survive without modern day technology and teach our children to do the same that survive. I am a firm believer that we still have to keep a strong connection with or wild and otherwise "primitive" side.
  37. 5 points
    Pink Salmon and the Great Lakes In 1959, two mysterious fish angled from Minnesota tributaries of Lake Superior were identified as pink salmon. This prompted inquiries by fisheries officials on both sides of the border into how these smallest of the Pacific salmon ended up in Superior. The trail led to the Port Arthur Hatchery at Thunder Bay, where pink salmon had been raised for stocking in Hudson Bay. The project, intended to provide a sport and commercial fishery, saw the collection of nearly 800,000 pink salmon eggs from B.C.'s Skeena River in 1955. In 1956, fingerlings were planted in Goose Creek, a tributary of Hudson Bay. The Superior connection came from a Department of Lands and Forests employee who remembered spilling about 100 fish into the lake while loading an Otter aircraft destined for Goose Creek. The hatchery's manager also swept about 350 remaining pinks from hatchery troughs and planted them near Pie Island in Superior. In 1961, pinks angled from the Pigeon and Nipigon Rivers, and one netted in Black Bay, were the first to be taken from Ontario waters. Subsequent odd years saw increasing numbers spawning in Superior tributaries. Fisheries officials were amazed pink salmon could survive and reproduce in Lake Superior. Even more surprising was that the population was apparently established from a planting of fewer than 500 fingerlings. It wasn't until 1967 that a former hatchery worker revealed that a much larger introduction had occurred. After the last planeload of pinks left for Hudson Bay, 21,000 remained at the Port Arthur Hatchery. All were discarded into a sewer leading to the Current River, which delivered the fingerlings to Lake Superior. Hatchery workers likely believed the fish would not survive in Superior, and dumping them was a convenient way to get rid of the excess. Ironically, while nearly 750,000 salmon planted up north disappeared without a trace, the 21,000 fingerlings tossed into Superior thrived. Over the next 20 years pink salmon spread to every suitable Superior tributary. Every second year the rivers were thick with spawning fish. In 1979, Wawa District even issued 608 permits to dip-net pinks. They worked their way through all the Great Lakes, reaching Huron by 1969, Michigan by 1973, Erie and Ontario by 1979. While pinks enjoyed a strong year or two in Lakes Ontario and Erie, numbers quickly declined. In Huron and Superior, a peak in the late 1970s to early 1980s leveled off, but the fish remain well established in both lakes. From July to September, Lake Huron chinook anglers regularly intercept pinks. These aggressive 2- to 3-pound (.9- to 1.36-kg) fish travel in schools and readily attack large chinook baits, releasing all downriggers at once. While some consider them a nuisance, other charter-boat operators say customers are happy to boat these tasty bonus salmon. Pinks occur throughout the lake, but numbers swell in Huron's North Channel. Here, anglers use magnum spoons to focus on chinooks. Others target pinks, downrigging with lighter equipment or even casting from shore. Nowhere are Great Lakes pinks more revered than at the St. Marys River rapids. Already well known for steelhead, the rapids host an annual procession of mostly U.S. fly fishermen, who catch up to 50 pinks per day. Unlike their Pacific ancestors that spawn and die after two years, Great Lakes pinks often live for three years before spawning. This means spawning occurs every year. Odd years enjoy only slightly stronger runs than even years. The rapids' powerful flow means weighting tippets with split-shot. Dubbed "chuck-and-duck" angling, it's the best way to quickly sink flies in front of fall pinks. They nail colourful wet flies, wooly buggers, and egg-sucking leech patterns. Locals tie variations in purple, pink, and white, with flash accents. Rapids regular Orest Witiw says fly preferences change throughout the day, "but once you find the fly they want, it's unbelievable." His favourite is a Michigan Wiggler, a mayfly nymph pattern, tied with a hot-pink chenille body and a squirrel and crystal chenille tail. A female pink. While 90 per cent of anglers cast flies in the rapids, pinks are not above snatching a drifted roe bag or smashing bright spinners and spoons. "A No. 6 Swedish Pimple doctored with pink prism tape is deadly when cast behind current breaks in the rapids," says Witiw. Anglers who have sought these diminutive Pacific salmon in their native British Columbia and Alaska rivers describe the "Sault rapids" as a world-class fishery. But enthusiasm for pinks seems to end at the rapids. While numbers are strong along Lake Superior's north shore, catches of pinks are incidental for those seeking other species. With the plummeting of Superior's chinook fishery, there are fewer boats out chasing kings. No one I talked to targets pinks, but a quick run up the shore shows a consistent presence of them in the creels of Superior anglers. North of Sault Ste. Marie, coho zealots in Goulais Bay intercept the occasional pink. Die-hard Wawa chinook anglers still boat dwarf salmon in Michipicoten Bay, and fall steelheaders connect with them up the Michipicoten and other area rivers. At Rossport, pinks are caught off planer boards by anglers vying for mid-summer steelhead. In the Nipigon River and Bay, downrigging for lakers and chinooks dredges up the odd pink. The same is true for Thunder Bay. By all accounts, pinks are an excellent gamefish. When in the lake, they're silver and sleek, resembling a miniature chinook - with the same, albeit scaled-down, scrappy attitude of their larger cousins. The delicately-textured flesh is excellent eating. Anglers who target them in rivers, when they darken and spawning males develop humped backs (hence the monicker "humpies" ) and pronounced jaws, experience aggressive strikes and spirited battles. Yet, Great Lakes pinks continue living under the shadow of chinook and other larger salmon and trout. Perhaps being ignored helped the pink to find its niche in Lakes Huron and Superior. Anglers who continue to overlook them, however, are missing out. This shunned little immigrant seems here to stay. This article is written with permission by Fish Ontario. Visit their website, http://www.fishontario.com, for more Ontario fishing information.
  38. 4 points
    Just got boat back from Wawa yesterday. If weather holds true I'll be going out. I would like to wish everyone good luck fishing salmon this year. Hope there is some nice catches. In fact I wish all success no matter what fish you all choose to go after. Please post any pic of salmon catches. Love to see them. Good luck all. Terry
  39. 4 points
    Pass over this spot nearly every weekend on the way to the far side of the lake. It goes from 30 to 10 feet and back to 30 really quick. Last weekend I decided to stop and drop my video camera and a worm down to about 14' to see if I could catch some action. Dropping a hook & worm produced a catch every time. Anywhere from 6" to 16" smallmouth. Sunday evening my grandson ( 7 ) caught and landed his first fish from here. The screams of excitement were priceless!
  40. 4 points
  41. 4 points
    See Roger.....I told you not to park your Rolls Royce in front of your house.....
  42. 4 points
    I don't think I'm going to get tapped for Sandro's eulogy, but I will tell you this about the man. In all the years I had known him, he asked extremely little from me, yet he gave me so much. At one point I told him I was looking for tournament sponsorship, and he said, "no Pancho, I'll take care of you." All he ever wanted from me is to spend a little time with me. Be it in a boat every so often, or a quick lunch, or some time in his rec-room with the always-in-stock beer shoved my way. Always smiling and laughing and a good bit of mutual teasing as friends do. He was always welcoming and happy to see me no matter where he was or what he was doing. And that's the biggest thing. I'll miss him greatly. -Tom
  43. 4 points
    Superstore has a deal on steelhead. Go buy one and I'll take ur picture so u can pretend u caught one.
  44. 4 points
    this is hillarious. made me laugh the whole time i read. correct me if im wrong but isnt the reason they put rainbows in around here is to catch them?
  45. 4 points
    Just left the mac. Good news. Water levels went up due to all of tailouts tears he has shed 😭😢
  46. 4 points
    I love fishing because it is fun to reel in a fish, and it is exciting waiting for the fish. I like seeing the different species and I like watching the fish swim away after releasing them. Filleting the fish is interesting and eating them smoked, fried or baked is delicious. One of my favorite fishing trips ever was when my mom, my sister, 2 of my mom’s friends and I went perch fishing at black bay. We rented a shack on Lake Superior. When we got to the lake Gary drove us out to the shack. It took 45 minutes to get to the shack on the sled. When we got to the shack Gary lit the fire for us. I was sure glad to have the fire because it was -20 outside but inside it was toasty warm. We drilled the holes with my mom’s friend’s auger. After 5 minutes my mom’s rod got a tug but my mom was busy unpacking so I jumped over and pulled it up. It was an 8-9 inch perch. 10 seconds later my rod got a tug so I leaped over to my rod and pulled that one up too. It was a 6-7 inch perch. The whole day we were catching fish about every 5 minutes except for 12-12:30 the fish weren’t biting so we cooked some grilled cheese and soup on the wood stove. About an hour after lunch we caught the biggest fish of the day. It was 13.5”. For the rest of the day we were catching bigger fish than we were in the morning. At the end of the day we had 28 perch in our bucket. Gary came and picked us up and we went back to the truck and got pictures and entered one in the ice fishing photo contest and Mom’s friend Ally won with a picture of us at the Hurkett dock. I think that I should win the fishing rod because I love fishing so much and I don’t know how kids could stay inside and play video games when they have an opportunity to go fishing. By Calvin Age 10
  47. 4 points
    I used the tips here for trying to catch lake trout. I was out with my brother in law and his wife. We went to northern lights lake. We set up in 70 feet of water. I started using my flasher and was jigging at 20 feet down. It was hard to stay there as the old temptation of jigging near the bottom was almost overwhelming. 10 minutes latter a fish appeared at around 35 feet and made a b line towards my tube. He almost got there when another one smashed it from the side!! That was amazing. This trout is my biggest to date ice fishing at 11 pounds. We all went on to catch fish high up. I was skeptical at first but this is how I will start off all the time. We also got three whitefish high up. Amazing advice and much appreciated. Anyone else use the advice? Thank you all!!
  48. 4 points
    I'm in. The CLE heritage building is close enough for me to walk to..... .... And then crawl home from.
  49. 4 points
    Actually, it was Gary who knocked down the ice-ridge with his know-how and a big ole iron chipping bar. Gary works hard out there to keep things flowing for everyone....be they clients or not. Hats off to the man. Glad you had a good day........we were fortunate too with near non-stop action.
  50. 4 points
    Lake was good. Solid 18-20". Fishing was fantastic. Landed 25-30 fish in about 3-4 hours. Lost a lot of fish too.