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Fishwilly

First time for browns

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As title says coming from Ontario hopefully if weather cooperates weekend of Apr. 16th.

Hoping someone can point us in the right direction ie.  where to stay motels etc.. , maybe launch etc...

Fishing out of 18' boat fully rigged.

Any info appreciated.

 

Cheers,

 

Fishwilly

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May want to try catfish creek lodge, Mexico Bay, good lodging, boat slips,,100 yards to get on the lake, contact Cheryl Kimmel, good people

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Where do you wanna fish at ? I fish Mexico bay area, and weather permitting do well.

Great now I know where to start lol....Like I said I have no idea where to fish but thanks for the help. I have planer boards and plenty spoons and minnow baits so hopefully lady luck will shine on us.

 

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If you do go with catfish creek I will be staying there and do my best to help you out.

Wow that's great. (613) 601-1241 if you want to text me might be easier to communicate.  Thanks

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This will be my first season for spring Browns as well. Heading up 81 the same weekend. I'm going to the Henderson Bay, Stony Point Area.

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It's been cold he last couple weeks. Looks like there will be some warmer weather late next week which should get the Browns going. Just look for colored water a few degrees warmer than the rest. Often that is found at a river mouth. Sticks and spoons off planners work for me.

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It's been cold he last couple weeks. Looks like there will be some warmer weather late next week which should get the Browns going. Just look for colored water a few degrees warmer than the rest. Often that is found at a river mouth. Sticks and spoons off planners work for me.

Thanks Kevin. Yeah hoping it warms up soon. They're calling for about 4-5 inches snow here in Ottawa tomorrow. Sick of winter.

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