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RAM3500
Posted: Jan 06, 2019 - 11:21 am


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Posted: Jan 06, 2019 - 11:28 am


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Chevy
Posted: Jan 06, 2019 - 03:02 pm


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Extremely jealous right now...

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Posted: Jan 06, 2019 - 08:05 pm


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check out the colour of this little guy

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Chevy
Posted: Jan 06, 2019 - 08:10 pm


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Nice little blue

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Posted: Jan 06, 2019 - 09:09 pm


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Beautiful to see

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kingphoenix
Posted: Jan 07, 2019 - 10:39 am


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Thats awesome, glad you guys are catching!

I ended up doing a bunch of walking trying to find some more marks, we got 3 guys fishing the hut im sure a 4th isnt going to make a difference. I was looking to get on the very top of the reef so they could see me from all directions but all the shallower spots i wanted to fish the most were on the ice road which was a little frustrating. Got asclose as i though safe i wasnt marking anyways but the dead zone was pretty big since i was on the side.

Was a super cold and windy morning but I decided i would go out on foot again anyways. Got another 14" walleye that came and smashed by lipless crankbait twice. Which led me to believe that the fish just must not be around in large numbers. Fished outside for 2 hours with no other marks.

Ended with 4 Walleyes and 1 perch for me and a total of 7 walleye and 3 perch for the group.
Last time i was up we struck out as well.

We still had a great time, Operator is great huts are warm very well equipped. I think we'll be back again next year. Judging by some of the other posts, I just have to figure out a way to be more mobile next time.

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Posted: Jan 07, 2019 - 04:57 pm


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QUOTE (longfish @ Jan 05, 2019 - 07:50 pm)
Two of the largest Williams on one split ring and no hooks for the flasher rod to bring them in. Jig them hard....make noise and make flash.....bring them in.

The second hole 3 feet away with a Williams as a flasher a is great idea. I checked the regs and could not find any info on the legality of using this method so I called the MNRF.

The MNRF and confirmed (with or without hooks it's a line in the water) and would be considered a second line so, you might as well keep the hooks on it.

It's still a great idea when the bite is slow and I will definitely be trying it out next time.

Better to check then pay the fine and spoil the days fishing (and end up in the dog house when you get home...LOL).

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kingphoenix
Posted: Jan 08, 2019 - 06:17 am


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QUOTE (Backroadsfishing @ Jan 07, 2019 - 04:57 pm)
QUOTE (longfish @ Jan 05, 2019 - 07:50 pm)
Two of the largest Williams on one split ring and no hooks for the flasher rod to bring them in. Jig them hard....make noise and make flash.....bring them in.

The second hole 3 feet away with a Williams as a flasher a is great idea. I checked the regs and could not find any info on the legality of using this method so I called the MNRF.

The MNRF and confirmed (with or without hooks it's a line in the water) and would be considered a second line so, you might as well keep the hooks on it.

It's still a great idea when the bite is slow and I will definitely be trying it out next time.

Better to check then pay the fine and spoil the days fishing (and end up in the dog house when you get home...LOL).

Cheers

Wow I would not have though that would be considered a line without hooks.

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