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Old 05-05-2008, 10:37 PM   #11 (permalink)
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we keep the odd smaller one but, for the most part, they all go back. they are tasty though!



as you can see, we replace trebles with single siwash' to make it easier on the fish and us releasing them. trebles and lake trout don't mix if you want to let them go - it's like velcro - they just don't quit and will end up with trebles in the eyes, gills, etc. honestly, I can't say we've lost or hooked up with less fish with the singles and they do give the baits a better action IMO.
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Right on "Boost"



LOL bet ya haven't heard that in awhile
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beautiful fish, but its too cold for my blood.
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Hahah no I haven't Phil. You know, if you ever get the itch to come up here in the spring, I am positively sure there's room in the boat for ya.
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Hahah no I haven't Phil. You know, if you ever get the itch to come up here in the spring, I am positively sure there's room in the boat for ya.


I thought you might get a kick out of that one.



Thanks Raf! you know me I'm liable to show up anywhere to fish
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we get the odd rainbow too



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Old 05-14-2008, 03:18 PM   #17 (permalink)
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we get the odd rainbow too



Now that's a nice fish eh!
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Old 05-14-2008, 04:10 PM   #18 (permalink)
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Guys, seriously, thanks for sharing your report and pics with us southerners! I absolutly love reading/seeing your posts and hope you keep em comming! Ive always wanted to go fishing up there for the lakers, pike and espically walleye. Do you guys for for them too? Like I said, keep those reports/pics coming, we truly appreciate you sharing with us!
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thanks brownfish, i personally get a kick out of seeing reports from all over and figured i'd share what we have here in ontario with you guys.



walleye?? stay tuned on tuesday. the season for them on in-land lakes opens saturday. we're going to try our luck!
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