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Grumpa
Posted: May 27, 2019 - 08:45 pm


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Good job Zzz.
I to enjoy kayak angling...especially topwater bass fishing on glass calm summer nights. Lots of fun. Totally different approach and take on the action. Some of the best bass (and other species for that matter) of the summer can be had quietly sculling around. You can get really close, even on top of, big areas of shallower structure and vegetation.
Been enjoying your thread...you got a great pimped out dugout.
The higher water this year should keep plenty of bigger pickerel on some of those deeper near shore reefs for a good part of the summer. Shouldn't have to drop into the main lake basin as early or often.

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kokemachine
Posted: May 28, 2019 - 09:33 am


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Nice fish. It looks very slim. I guess like lund2342 said it must be a spawned out female. Or a giant male.

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ZzzAngler
Posted: May 28, 2019 - 07:11 pm


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QUOTE (Grumpa @ May 27, 2019 - 08:45 pm)
Good job Zzz.
I to enjoy kayak angling...especially topwater bass fishing on glass calm summer nights. Lots of fun. Totally different approach and take on the action. Some of the best bass (and other species for that matter) of the summer can be had quietly sculling around. You can get really close, even on top of, big areas of shallower structure and vegetation.
Been enjoying your thread...you got a great pimped out dugout.
The higher water this year should keep plenty of bigger pickerel on some of those deeper near shore reefs for a good part of the summer. Shouldn't have to drop into the main lake basin as early or often.

Thanks Grumpa. I always enjoy your posts and reading your perspective on the state of the lake and the fishery. Being fairly new to the area (4 years), itís nice to hear from someone who has been here much longer and has experienced the good times and bad, Nipsissing has gone through. Maybe we should get together sometime for some kayak fishing together. Tight lines.

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Collingwood Dean
Posted: May 29, 2019 - 06:04 am


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Thanks for the reply Zzz!...beautiful fish...on a dead minnow to boot!

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Grumpa
Posted: May 29, 2019 - 11:18 am


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Sounds like a plan Zzz. Always enjoy meeting and fishing with other dedicated, committed and knowledgeable anglers.

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