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Grumpa
Posted: Jun 05, 2020 - 07:22 pm


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QUOTE (ZzzAngler @ Jun 05, 2020 - 03:57 pm)
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Well done Zzz... and you're absolutely correct the bite is outstanding, no agruement.†

Thanks Grumpa. Sounds like you are doing well also.

We're not hurting by any means Zzz.
The bite's been absolutely insane for a while...and there's plenty of big fish in the mix.
Can't get one off my wifes stick and released...before she grabs mine and has another one. She's murdering me.
20 fish in an hour between the 2 of us is pretty standard right now.

I think I figured out how they always do it. They keep us busy rigging their lines, baiting their hooks and netting their fish. All these distractions keep us from busy while they are pulling in the fish!

Lol....but wouldn't have it any other way Zzz.
Mrs. Grumpa's even telling me now where we should go to fish, how we're going to fish and the bait we should be using.
This is what happens when they start catching more fish.
I don't bother arguing any more.

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Northhunter
Posted: Jun 05, 2020 - 10:13 pm


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I fish more with the GF than I do without. Every year I hear the same thing about the bugs "They've never been this bad!"

We were out once and trying to pick up a couple after the morning bite was long gone. it was late summer and the sun was at it's peak, or at least felt like it. I kinda thought we were more or less killing time. She started talking about how it was going to pick back up, as "There was a storm coming in" (there wasn't). I stopped her when she started talking about what type of clouds were in the sky and said "Hun, you're not a meteorologist".. that was apparently the wrong thing to say? lol

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Posted: Jun 06, 2020 - 08:50 am


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QUOTE (Chevy @ Jun 05, 2020 - 03:38 pm)
QUOTE (FatRap @ Jun 05, 2020 - 01:38 pm)
Great action, you guys are making the rest of us pretty jealous with these posts

Tight lines

Ya! What he said.... Great reports.

For sure......great reads and stellar fishing.

So great to see/hear of good catches

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Posted: Jun 06, 2020 - 11:58 pm


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Great catches!

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ZzzAngler
Posted: Jun 17, 2020 - 09:20 pm


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Met a fellow forum member on the lake today. A Shout out to Speerzy and his gang fishing the south shore. Heard him mention there hasnít been much activity posted lately so I thought I would just throw this out there for interest sake. Bite seems to have slowed down a bit. I believe the walleye are transitioning to their summer haunts. With a little bit of searching they can still be found though. Tight lines Speerzy and best of luck to you and your gang.
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Hydargos
Posted: Jun 18, 2020 - 12:07 pm


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Where can we drop our boat in the water in the south shore area, south of Deepwater Point?

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Grumpa
Posted: Jun 18, 2020 - 05:07 pm


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QUOTE (ZzzAngler @ Jun 17, 2020 - 09:20 pm)
Met a fellow forum member on the lake today. A Shout out to Speerzy and his gang fishing the south shore.† Heard him mention there hasnít been much activity posted lately so I thought I would just throw this out there for interest sake. Bite seems to have slowed down a bit.† I believe the walleye are transitioning to their summer haunts. With a little bit of searching they can still be found though. Tight lines Speerzy and best of luck to you and your gang.†
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Bite's still good on the south shore and main lake basin Zzz...another nice fish by Mrs. Zzz by the way.
Our grandkids snagged these two keepers this morning. Kept the smallest keepers for them to have another taste treat...put the bigger ones back.
The bite's basically been very good with only small breaks, really, since the opener...and totally agree...fish are starting to set up more frequently on their summer spots now.
Still lots and lots of bigger fish to be had.

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Posted: Jun 18, 2020 - 05:16 pm


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So jealous right now

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ZzzAngler
Posted: Jun 18, 2020 - 08:32 pm


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QUOTE (Grumpa @ Jun 18, 2020 - 05:07 pm)
QUOTE (ZzzAngler @ Jun 17, 2020 - 09:20 pm)
Met a fellow forum member on the lake today. A Shout out to Speerzy and his gang fishing the south shore.† Heard him mention there hasnít been much activity posted lately so I thought I would just throw this out there for interest sake. Bite seems to have slowed down a bit.† I believe the walleye are transitioning to their summer haunts. With a little bit of searching they can still be found though. Tight lines Speerzy and best of luck to you and your gang.†
ZzzAngler.

Bite's still good on the south shore and main lake basin Zzz...another nice fish by Mrs. Zzz by the way.
Our grandkids snagged these two keepers this morning. Kept the smallest keepers for them to have another taste treat...put the bigger ones back.
The bite's basically been very good with only small breaks, really, since the opener...and totally agree...fish are starting to set up more frequently on their summer spots now.
Still lots and lots of bigger fish to be had.

Nice to see the grandkids get into fishing. Keeps the tradition going. I look forward to the day I can take my grandson out but might be a while. Heís still too young and lives in B.C. But my day will definitely come.

Btw - Regarding Hydargos inquiry, I believe there is a boat launch at the very west end of Birchgrove rd where people put in their ice shacks.

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Warboys11
Posted: Jun 19, 2020 - 10:58 am


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you guys look like you are having good success. I will be heading up to Calendar Bay in a week and I am wondering if you guys are willing to give a few tips where abouts to fish and what colours seem to be hot

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Sterling
Posted: Jun 19, 2020 - 02:21 pm


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I've been out once this year, about two weeks ago. There were boats fishing in and around the islands in Callander Bay but few fish being caught. By now they've probably migrated out of the bay. You can give it a shot, but I'd wager the fish are now closer to the main basin, if not mostly in the main basin.

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Chevy
Posted: Jun 19, 2020 - 02:49 pm


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Luvíin the reports. Mrs Zzz does have the Midas touch.
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ZzzAngler
Posted: Jun 19, 2020 - 03:49 pm


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I havenít fished in Callander Bay yet this year so I canít offer much advice there. Weíve had all our success just fishing various humps along the South shore. They were pretty shallow but now seem be setting up a bit deeper. Been keeping it pretty simple using just a jig and a worm, mostly pink. Have also had success with one other Ďsecret weaponí which Iím not quite ready yet to divulge. Still experimenting 😎.
Let us know how you make out.

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SpeerZ
Posted: Jun 19, 2020 - 09:41 pm


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Nice talking to you ZzzAngler and answering some of are questions. Been doing this trip to Nippissing with my brothers for a lot of years and still have questions!! It was a pleasure talking with you. I really liked your boat also.(My next purchase)
Hopefully we can hook up agin next year!!
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kevinbooth
Posted: Jun 20, 2020 - 04:46 am


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Wow Great catches guys. Maybe i;m doing something wrrong but i always do very good there for walleye but literally every single one is under the slot size i havent seen those size of walleye in nipissing in a while. Good for you guys

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