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    NEW BOAT

    Those are Power Poles, ot Minnkota Talons, they are a shallow water anchors, The y really work well. I plan on geting one... but want to change my electronics first. http://www.power-pole.com/ http://www.minnkotamotors.com/products/shallow_water_anchor/talon.aspx
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    NEW BOAT

    I finally purchased a Bass Boat... it was a tough decission to let go of my mulity speicies boat . After riding in a buddies boat at 70 MPH... I knew i was sunk... and had to have one It's 2004 Ranger 185VS with a 2011 175 HP E/TECH The motor only has 89 hours on it, and has 2 years remaining on the warranty A few fish that has come across her gunnels
  3. drop shot, I was on the St. Lawrence this past Saturday, my brother was on fire using large Gulp Alive minnows on 8 pound test florocarbon line
  4. That is one hell of a Smallie Kevin.... Congrats
  5. yes... Ever since the first time I went to Port Hope, Ed has alweays kept me informed on whats going on... or wether it was worth making the drive down... if the fishing was slow, Strange!!
  6. Ii deal with ED right at Port Hope Launch(tackle store and rest)... Ed is a pretty good guy and hes always willing to help out fishermen. I don`t know where Don`s is ? I'm glad you found the fish. They will be starting to Stag at the river mouth soon.... then its combat fishing time(LOL)
  7. Port Hope is fishing well right now, we found fish at 116 to 150 FOW down 85, flasher and fly did a lot of damage, off the riggers and wire and dipseys
  8. how can you not love this ?? Lake Ontario, even with all the fishing that goes on....its still a real secret to the rest of Canada and the States. Great report, hope to see the picure
  9. Hi Psychodad... we fished anywhere fron 116 to 165 feet, down about 80 to 90 feet, if the wind is good, you should have no problems in your boat... just watch the WEATHER. check with ED.. he owns the tackle shop and resturant at the launch he should be able to give you more up to date information on fish location. Good Luck
  10. Very nice Don... how the hell are ya???
  11. My Buddy RJ and my self headed up to Port hope for a couple of days The bite was on check out the full story and pictures http://www.rjnbirdeesoutdooradventures.ca/?p=1265
  12. Good to see you out again Dave... I been following your reports, hopfuly I can swing by the trailer this summer to say hi Phil
  13. Hey guys ..check out this Brown it's a beauty http://rjnbirdeesoutdooradventures.blogspot.com/
  14. good suff Kevin, lots of guys are on the ice around the Ottawa area also... I think I'll wait till after the holidays
  15. My buddy Ian and i traved down to port Dalhouse last thrusday, we let Ottawa at (;30 pm, hoping to arive and get a few hours in shore trashing... but was met by strong cold winds... so we grabed a few hours sleep befor Joe got there with his boat. We launched the lund just past Dawn... worked the centre and the far shore with no hook ups.. so we moved to the Lower... same thing there no fish. Ian getting ready. Joe arrived with his boat Saterday we tried the lower again, this time we found the fish... all browns no Bows at all, here are a few that Chris and i took Chris with our his first lower Brown a nice hen full of eggs He had the hot stick earkly on.. he hooked up and lost a couple... then he stuck this nice buck I lost one when the line hooked around the trolling motor... but this one stayed on... My first lower Brown Chris picked up this nice hen ...spitting eggs all the way in My turn to get a Hen Another buck for Chris Mean while Joe and Ian wer into them also A group shot Not to sure hoe many we lost... but we did land 9... I hope to make the trip the 5TH of Dec.
  16. I was there Friday Nov. 19, we had no hook ups in the boat, the guys on the shore were getting lots of hook ups but I seen onlt a few landed.
  17. Wow, that's fantastic, I'm not to sure if we have Grass Carp over here.... I talk to a lot of Carp Anglers from around the world here on the Long Sault Parkway on the St. Lawrence river... And none has ever mentioned that they had caught on or ever seen one... I'll be looking real close this Spring in the Spawning beds. Open invitation to you and your buddies if you ever want to come over for a weekend to fish for Carp, like i said to DF... just bring rain gear, i can out fit up 8 fisherman with equipment... over here we are only allowed to use one rod... in N.Y. you are allowed 2.. we hope to get this changed soon, but 30 to 40 fish a day is common here. check out the Gallery on this site, the owner Jeff is a good friend and a great Carp guide. http://www.canadiancarpclub.on.ca/
  18. Nice Fish Gambler , did you weigh it??
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