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Tip-Up    2
Tip-Up

First post so please go easy on me! :smiley-violent001:

 

I'm from Wpg and coming to TB this coming June for a week to try and catch my first salmon. I'm thinking that at some point the wind will likely keep me off the big lake and wondering about a plan"B" for that day(s). I'm guessing that there must be some great smallmouth bass fishing in the lakes somewhere around town. We have a few lakes with them here but very few with the quality that NW Ontario is famous for. Could somebody please suggest a good big bass lake for me. I'd rather catch a few really nice ones than a hundred smaller ones. I can catch dinks here around home. Feel free to message me if you don't want to broadcast you're secret spot across the world wide web and I promise to keep it in the "vault"!

 

Thanks in advance......

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JohnZ    34
JohnZ

I've never fished it, but I'd definitely recommend Shebandewan. 

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Trevor Zimak    158
Trevor Zimak

I heard Loftquist Lake is unreal for everything...  lol

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Bobber Down    282
Bobber Down

Annual meeting July 1st

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Lyle Reiner    169
Lyle Reiner

Shebandowan, 2island are all fantastic 

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brookiebuster    55
brookiebuster

Marie Louise in sleeping giant provincial park has big ones.

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Tip-Up    2
Tip-Up

Thanks to those with the legit replies. This trip is kind of a reward for a good school year thing for my son aswell and I really want to make it great for him. It can sometimes be hard to fish an area for the first and possibly only time. Just being pointed in the right direction is a huge help. Thanks again!

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arvey    81
arvey

Tip up not far from town , east on highway 11/17 there's a lake called Pass Lake it's maybe a 45 min. dr. To the west right from Whitefish to Northern Lite Lake every lake has bass in them and are easy to get to. Hope this helps.

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Thefishleclair    43
Thefishleclair

Cloud lake has good bass in it as well. June for salmon may be abbot tough but doable. 

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Trevor Zimak    158
Trevor Zimak

You BEST bet is whitefish lake.  We just had a club tournament and the top three teams went 22.94, 22.33 and 21.82 for 5 bass.  4 smallmouth just over or under 5lbs were caught today.  Now... I have never fished the lake after Mid June and have heard the bass are super hard to catch after that? Our pic of 21.8lbs

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Pro fisherman-Stud Muffin    387
Pro fisherman-Stud Muffin

Trevor you look so tall..  

 


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FishingFun    3
FishingFun

Here's a nice 19" bass my four year old daughter caught on Shebandowan Lake!

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Tip-Up    2
Tip-Up

That's awesome! I got one of those too.....

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gsambray    167
gsambray

Try sunbow or Madeline. Both produce good numbers and good size. 

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the pic with the 2 walleye are a 13 and 15 inches. The bass are a lot bigger

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