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  1. Silverseeker is right, go time on north shore around Hamilton to Bronte
  2. Shad

    First confirmed Spring King of 09

    Thanks for the vid. Put your hand in the water to revive that fish will ya, temps are nice at 38degrees 17lber taken today
  3. On NOAA where are you seeing the wave height? Thanks.
  4. Shoot me a pm when your down that way. My main port is Hamilton. Our shore should be very fishable again this year early May until November Riggers and divers and you are good to go
  5. River has lots of rainbows and visibility is pretty decent.
  6. Drool!!!! Ahhh wish I had the funds, you take canadian tire money at par
  7. Can this work on manual riggers or no? Thanks, Shad
  8. I will be there, coming from Hamilton Ontario. A few canadians will be making the trek
  9. Well, hamilton harbour doesn't hold many kings until the fall run.l Best bet is to launch at Fisherman's Pier or Bronte. Lots of bait in North Shore from 80-180 feet, get out there and drop some lines
  10. Been a busy holiday weekend for me. Only was able to get out yesterday and a late start too (9am), we finally found fish around 10AM, put two solid fish in the boat and then the lake blows up and we are off the water by 11am, go figure! My buddy Mark got us started with this bad girl. Wire dipsy, mountain dew sd & big winnee fly. This fatty came off the rigger, 85 down over 115, large hot spot flasher and cut bait.
  11. Body baits early, spoons and flies later in the day. Find the pods and work them, they are there, anywhere from 20fow to 130fow, but scattered. Good luck!
  12. We had a derby there this past Saturday. 20 teams, 4 fish box, top 3 were: 1. 67lbs, 2. 65lbs, 3. 63lbs. Calcutta big fish went just over 20lbs.
  13. Was out last sunday, March 30, first time this year. Old man winter putting the boots to us this spring boys!!!!! One small brown for our efforts, st. catharines shoreline. Was nice to be out again though
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