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Roll Call we are just wondering where the Canadian fisherman are located

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Brighton - fish off Nicholson Island/Wellington

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Grew up fishing inland lakes north of the Mazinaw around Cloyne and Denbigh, ON. I moved to the Yukon in 2009 and now predominantly fish Tagish Lake.

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Grew up fishing inland lakes north of the Mazinaw around Cloyne and Denbigh, ON. I moved to the Yukon in 2009 and now predominantly fish Tagish Lake.
I have a hunt camp around Vennachar. I've never brought the boat up. any tips or suggestions for fishing BC. (Back of cloyne)

I've ATV d into Long Mallory, Browns, Buckshot.

I have fished swaninagog and the river to sand lake. We have access to a cottage and pontoon there. Didnt work real hard at fishing only got into bass.

I grew up in Wellington and still primarily fish the bonnet shoals, wicked bank or duck islands. I now live in Smith's Falls and have started exploring the Rideau system and lakes south to Kingston. Lots of water this way also.

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Horseshoe Valley, North of Barrie. Do most of my fishing on Lake Simcoe and Georgian Bay.

A few times each year I tow the boat down to Lake Ontario and fish out of Bluffers Park.

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On 6/2/2018 at 4:24 AM, chesapeake said:

I have a hunt camp around Vennachar. I've never brought the boat up. any tips or suggestions for fishing BC. (Back of cloyne)

I've ATV d into Long Mallory, Browns, Buckshot.

I have fished swaninagog and the river to sand lake. We have access to a cottage and pontoon there. Didnt work real hard at fishing only got into bass.

I grew up in Wellington and still primarily fish the bonnet shoals, wicked bank or duck islands. I now live in Smith's Falls and have started exploring the Rideau system and lakes south to Kingston. Lots of water this way also.

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Up until a month ago I had an old family hunt/fish camp on Barker - two lakes in past Ashby/30 Island. Barker is a great for lakers and 'grey' trout - we always did well either flat-lining after ice out around the Queen's birthday or running cow bells with a 2" perch on the leader.

 

King is the second lake in on that chain. It is stocked with bows and it's open to ice fishing. Very productive.

 

Ashby has a mix of this (the lakes flood over during high water and there is some mixing), plus some small mouth.

 

 

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