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Any reports from Whitby area, had a very slow July last year.....may have been too deep......would appreciate any hints......thanx

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Went out on Friday July 3rd. Went deep as 170FOW and in shallow. Big Fat Skunk. But I did wash every piece of equipment I have...lol

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I was at the Gordon St Launch last night talking to a couple guys. They said fishing was real good yesterday. Just my luck, it picks up and my engine conked out.

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Fished from 6 til 11 on the July 9.......60 to 130 fow, down 50 a 60 feet.......2 shakers and a couple of knock offs......very slow......

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I was out yesterday morning and Thursday morning. Got skunked on Thursday, yesterday only managed a 8lb bow and lost probably another bow on the diver. Both fish on spoons, 175fow down 40 on the rigger and out 110ft on 3 setting on the diver. Marked lots of bait in tight and some nice hooks but couldn't get them to hook up. I think theres just so much bait its hard to compete for the bite. I marked bait balls from 20ft down past 75 feet solid. How could they pass up all that and decide to hit my lure? Anyhow, back at it again hopefully for a whitby pm fish on Sunday.

 

Good luck everyone

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I was out the other day (08 July) and had a couple of knock offs, one shaker and one chinook around 30 lbs. I too launched from the Gordon Street ramp.

Was my first sizable chinook of the season. Previously I only had caught one small coho.

Has anyone noticed this year that the fishing regulations has cut possesion of rainbows from 5 fish to 2 fish? Why the drastic cut?

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Barrow, no derby ticket? Thats an great fish!

 

No, I didn't see the limit cut. Not sure the reason, the bows are everywhere...

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In all honesty, I hadn't realized that the derby had already started. It was only after boating the fish and checking the derby start date on my phone did I realize the enormity of my mistake. I safely released the fish but am regretting not having done my research and having bought a derby ticket before heading out as I had taken my wife to Gagnon's to renew her fishing license. I even bought a new spin doctor and discussed salmon fishing with the guy at Gagnon's and the fact there is now a new $4.00 "service fee" tacked onto the cost of a fishing license/outdoor card plus tax on that $4.00 "service fee".

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ya service charges on top of service charges plus tax blah blah blah...the money grab is getting  little disgusting. I wouldn't mind so much if we could see a solid contribution back into the fisheries but that hasn't happened yet.  

 

Congrats on the nice fish, hopefully she will come back for a visit...

 

I'm heading out tomoro AM for a quick fish with the old man, hopefully a successful fish. Its been tough this year.

 

Cheers

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I was fishing in 110 ft of water with the rigger set at 55 ft when I caught my Chinook on a fly with a dodger.

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Cool. Thanks for the info

Here's a question....I run spindoctors and flies. Do you think they present the same as a dodger and fly?

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I think so. I used the dodger because I didn't have a spin doctor the same colour as my dodger.

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went out sunday morning 6am....around 70-100 fow lot of bait fish some hooks, nothing biting..tried 200+ fow...nothing. came back into 100-120...lots of hook at around 40fow..temp 51 degrees....nothing took a hook though.

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Hey Santana2,

 

your report sounds like my report for today. Lots of bait, saw a bunch of good hooks, also had some streakers but couldn't get them to hook up...

 

Cheers

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Im out right now...105 fow..marking lots of nice hooks down at around 50 and 60 fow but no bites except for a small one i could put in my fishtank. Could be the east wind. Get to wash the new spoons though

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Went out a couple nights ago.finally landed abnice king after days and days of getting skubked...120fow...watermelon spoon down 80..nice 18lb king. East wind too so its nice to know its not always bad.

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Went out a couple nights ago.finally landed abnice king after days and days of getting skubked...120fow...watermelon spoon down 80..nice 18lb king. East wind too so its nice to know its not always bad.

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I fish out of whitby usually several times a week, meat has been the best producer but the biggest fish (placed 3rd last week in the GOSD) came on a spoon run off a 7 colour. I've been catching alot of fish up high (40-60)

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Went out of Whitby on Saturday and Sunday, one coho landed by fluke hit on the surface while letting line out, several knock offs and shakers, tons of bait in 80 ft some bait balls were 20 ft thick, only kings I saw were two that jumped in the harbour

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