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Homer Is King

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  1. Great thread!! Thanks for all the info. I plan to head out this spring for browns. I'm new to this style of fishing and threads like this really help!! Thanks guys.
  2. Great advice guys. Thanks for pointing me in the right direction!
  3. Name: Chris Location:Durham Region Home Port:Darlington Boat Name/Type:The Bomber / Sringbok I fish for:Anything ================== I'm mostly a Kawartha lakes / Simcoe guy but I am looking at expanding into the shallows of Lake Ontario. Most of the time I am fishing panfish with my kids. When I get an adult fish in I'm looking for bass. I hope to expand into some lake O trout and salmon! I've read some great post on this site and I am looking forward to learning more!
  4. I’ve been a member for a while but haven’t posted much. I’ve never fish Lake O but I hope to change that. I recently acquired a small tinny. It’s mostly for the Kawartha lakes but in early spring I hope to take it out onto Lake O for some steelhead action. I’ve never caught one and I am excited to give it a try! I’m new to this type of fishing but I have been researching it and have read some great articles (lot of great info on this site!). I have come up with a basic battle plan. I’m aware of the safety issues of a small boat on a big lake. I only plan to go out on the best of days and never very far from port. The boat is more to get away from the crowds on the shore! I plan to fish out of New Castle or Bowmanville as they are my local ports. I plan to flat line with large spoons (northern King, etc) in silver or gold. I will also try large stick baits like the Smithwick Rogue, rapala, or jointed rapala. Again, in silver and gold. I have picked up a couple of Dipsy Divers and plan to get a small planer board. I’ll use these if the flat lining doesn’t work. I've never used these before but I'm eager to give it a try. I plan to troll along the mud line (the area were the coloured river water mixes with the lake water). I know at New Castle this line can be very distinct in the spring. I know guys fish off the pier year round. When does the bite really start in the spring? I was going to start trying in mid march. I head the browns are in close then as well. Is this true? How does that sound? Am I on the right track? Any advice for a complete newbie!!
  5. Great post! I'm looking into getting a fishing kayak this spring and this thread answered a lot of questions!
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