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Ladies and Gents,

 

Just the o.k. from the boss to fish on fathers day.  was gearing up to head out of Bronte for anything that will bite.  Anyone been having any luck yet this early in the season? Or should I hit an inland lake for some easier Pike? Oh, and how are the flies out there?

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Was at bronte last thursday , not many fish there , things are way better at st. Catrines (jordat harbour )

Would recommend to spend extra 30min driving to there

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Was at bronte last thursday , not many fish there , things are way better at st. Catrines (jordat harbour )

Would recommend to spend extra 30min driving to there

thx for the suggestion Edited by Titan001

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Few bows straight out front.  Fishing is tough.  Try starting @ shell pier outside the bait and go west would be my recommendation.  Lakers on bottom when all else fails.  Good luck!

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Port Credit

 

The Charters are running, the fish are there.

 

130 - 150 FOW keep an eye on your finder

 

Monkey Puke

 

just my 2 Cents

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Port Credit or St. Catherines. Have heard good things about both. Thx for the suggestions. Just hope the fish are down this way for the derby this year. Last year was terrible!

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Dont you worry about those fish for the derby, they will be right where they belong... In my boat!

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I'll be out from port credit tomorrow will update as needed

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Was out of Bronte this morning. 200 fow when the bite started, btw 45 to 60 ft on riggers. first was a nice king on a green moonshine. The next two were smaller but also hit the same spoon. lots of debris in the water. had to go out deep to get away from it.

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One of my best times out of bronte last year was after a huge storm when there was a lot of crap in the water

kept having to pull and check the lines

but was non stop action all am

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