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dyersbayboy
Posted: Jan 10, 2021 - 05:02 am


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Hi heading up tomorrow what kind of fish you catching and how big

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Beekay
Posted: Jan 11, 2021 - 10:06 am


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Spent Friday noon - Sunday noon near south shore in an ice hut. 24 Walleye, 1 pike, 1 smallie. 2 were 18.1 + which was nice. Kids lost a bunch too, action was steady the whole time, even the night bite was on.


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OutdoorDave
Posted: Jan 11, 2021 - 10:24 am


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I fished Jan 1 & 2 in Callander Bay.
Day 1 - 33 Walleye, 3 Perch, 2 Pike, 1 Cisco, and 1 Mud Puppy.
Day 2 - 7 Walleye, 1 Pike, 2 Perch.
Day 3 - went to Nosbonsing, and caught another 10 Walleye, 2 Pike, and 1 Perch.

Going to head back up on Friday with the GF for her first overnight on the ice!!

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dickie
Posted: Jan 11, 2021 - 04:45 pm


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QUOTE (OutdoorDave @ Jan 11, 2021 - 10:24 am)
I fished Jan 1 & 2 in Callander Bay.
Day 1 - 33 Walleye, 3 Perch, 2 Pike, 1 Cisco, and 1 Mud Puppy.
Day 2 - 7 Walleye, 1 Pike, 2 Perch.
Day 3 - went to Nosbonsing, and caught another 10 Walleye, 2 Pike, and 1 Perch.

Going to head back up on Friday with the GF for her first overnight on the ice!!

you might miss your overnight bite with her around.

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Fishberg
Posted: Jan 12, 2021 - 12:16 am


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we were up Sat - Mon, bite was hot upon arrival, 10 eyes in the first couple hours, died off to a slow and steady from there... we ended up with 52 total between three of us... a couple pike, half dozen perch and the rest walleye... no keepers, lots in the 15-17 range... great trip for the gents even though it was only 3 of the 7 due to COVID... lots of action inside the hut jigging glo-shots, in fact the new fire belly glo-shots (electric perch and pink tiger) were doing the job well - love the glo stick being incorporated into buckshot spoon, wonderbread glo-shot as well brought the numbers... mostly chartreuse and pink generating the action, not much luck with green or purple this year, very low yield for us on dead sticks and lively minnows also which is odd... lastly when things were slower we worked a heavier vibrato into the mix and it definitely generated the desired attention every time... tight lines to all, enjoy!

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SteveG
Posted: Jan 12, 2021 - 07:45 am


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Fishberg, great feedback! Can I ask who where you fishing with ? Was it an outfitter? And what was the ice thickness?

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Fishberg
Posted: Jan 12, 2021 - 10:21 am


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With our annual operator... SSIC. The ice thickness was 10 where they had us located.

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Bobby L
Posted: Jan 12, 2021 - 11:11 am


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BOOM!

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OutdoorDave
Posted: Jan 12, 2021 - 12:40 pm


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QUOTE (dickie @ Jan 11, 2021 - 04:45 pm)
QUOTE (OutdoorDave @ Jan 11, 2021 - 10:24 am)
I fished Jan 1 & 2 in Callander Bay.
Day 1 - 33 Walleye, 3 Perch, 2 Pike, 1 Cisco, and 1 Mud Puppy.
Day 2 - 7 Walleye, 1 Pike, 2 Perch.
Day 3 - went to Nosbonsing, and caught another 10 Walleye, 2 Pike, and 1 Perch.

Going to head back up on Friday with the GF for her first overnight on the ice!!

you might miss your overnight bite with her around.

hahaha i guess we will see. she is pretty into fishing so it should be alright. worst case she can sleep and i can fish!

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nels222
Posted: Jan 16, 2021 - 08:50 am


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Was up at south shore thursday and Friday. Lots of action, all walley where under 18" a few 16" but no keepers. Some small pike and a nice 22" whitefish

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Posted: Jan 16, 2021 - 09:33 am


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Did 4 days ... 3 keepers out of 48 , few small pike aswell

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Posted: Jan 16, 2021 - 02:44 pm


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QUOTE (nels222 @ Jan 16, 2021 - 08:50 am)
Was up at south shore thursday and Friday. Lots of action, all walley where under 18" a few 16" but no keepers. Some small pike and a nice 22" whitefish

Nice Whitey

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moose1948
Posted: Jan 16, 2021 - 04:33 pm


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never fish nipisssing for long time what is the slot size for pike an walleye thank

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Neil
Posted: Jan 16, 2021 - 05:47 pm


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Hey Moose1948,

There is a link to the fishing regulations near the top of the page. Select zone 11 and make sure you read the exceptions for Lake Nipissing 4 pages in as they are different that what the regs are for zone 11. I wouldn't go by someone else's interpretation of the rules as you are the one that is responsible for knowing them.

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moose1948
Posted: Jan 16, 2021 - 06:54 pm


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Thank Neil

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