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Wade
Posted: Dec 20, 2022 - 05:48 pm


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A couple of friends and I have an ice bungalow booked on lake Temagami with Temagami Outdoors Feb. 10-12. We will be targeting Walleye, whitefish and ling. Does anyone have any suggestions of baits and colours? I have fished scugog for years for walleye and simcoe for whitefish and lake trout. Is it also 2 lines per angler on Temagami? Any help is much appreciated.

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Posted: Dec 20, 2022 - 05:56 pm


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You are with the right outfitter they are awesome. Active jigging for walleye about an hour before dark on the edge of “the shoal” will not disappoint. I personally love lipless crank baits worked hard. White fish in February are slow so good luck there. Ling just a minnow on a small buck shot near the bottom after dark. Lots of little ones around so best to pinch down your barbs for easier release. I have one or two designated ling lures with pinched barbs. Good luck we will be there the week after so leave some!

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Woodsman
Posted: Dec 24, 2022 - 12:09 am


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Yes 2 lines are fine per angler.
One hint is jigging a glow in the dark little cleo. After sunset it will draw in the ling and eyes. Will catch some as will nearby minnows.

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JustJiggin
Posted: Dec 30, 2022 - 05:23 am


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We've sent down a simple old jig and minnow for the ling over night and it actually got a bit annoying how many we were catching. (if you wanted to sleep)

Rod sat in a rod holder with a bell fixed to the end of it.

Unbelievable.

No biggies in our time yet, but that will happen eventually.

Also caught a few jigging actively.

Enjoy the time with Riley and Dom! Great people.

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Wade
Posted: Dec 31, 2022 - 11:54 am


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Thank you for your help. I will let you know how it goes when I get back.

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