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Fishing Georgian Bay / 12 mike bay salmon
« Last post by Valley Tackle co on Today at 06:03:56 AM »
Has anyone heard if they are getting salmon by the Toumb? Or beckwith? I hear they are doing very well at 12 mile
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Fishing Georgian Bay / Re: Commitment problems! Lol
« Last post by BillM on June 17, 2018, 10:17:50 AM »
Follow up baits.   Wacky rig a big 10in sluggo and see what happens.   
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Fishing Georgian Bay / Re: Commitment problems! Lol
« Last post by Wasagabeach on June 10, 2018, 06:21:26 AM »
Thanks guys I will try different speeds and figure eights. Maybe itís just not my year. Two days ago I was fishing and watched a pike inhale my spinner. It was fully in his mouth! Only the leader was sticking out his mouth. I tried to set the hook and I pulled it straight out of his mouth lol.    Oh well.  At least Iím out there fishing.
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Fishing Georgian Bay / Re: Commitment problems! Lol
« Last post by EsoxWanderer on June 09, 2018, 11:26:58 PM »
Hi guys.  Iím hoping for some help here.  Iíve had more pike follow my lure to the boat this year than I have in a long time.  The problem is I usually only get 1 or 2 into the boat for a pic and release.  How do I get these other followers to bite?  Itís usually about 10-12 feet away when I see them.  Thanks

Any particular lure that you are using? I was throwing spinners last time I was out and noticed quite a few followers that were not committing. Put on some polarized shades and figure 8. If you see a fish at boat side, keep figure 8-ing until it strikes or swims off. "Mrbeee" has given some good advice as well.
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Fishing Georgian Bay / Ice Fishing on Penetang Bay
« Last post by Mariebople on June 09, 2018, 09:37:35 AM »
I ice fish for smelt on the river in Exeter and on Great Bay. Also fish Swains lake in Barrington and several ponds up in the lakes area of NH. Mainly fishing for perch and bass. When ice fishing Im more interested in quantity rather than quality.
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Fishing Georgian Bay / Re: Commitment problems! Lol
« Last post by Mrbeee on June 08, 2018, 08:55:34 AM »
I change the speed of retrieve to get them to commit
Most times speed up but other times slow right down and they run right into it
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Fishing Georgian Bay / Commitment problems! Lol
« Last post by Wasagabeach on June 07, 2018, 10:16:27 PM »
Hi guys.  Iím hoping for some help here.  Iíve had more pike follow my lure to the boat this year than I have in a long time.  The problem is I usually only get 1 or 2 into the boat for a pic and release.  How do I get these other followers to bite?  Itís usually about 10-12 feet away when I see them.  Thanks
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Fishing Georgian Bay / Re: Trolling Report
« Last post by Myles on June 04, 2018, 06:21:28 PM »
Made it out this weekend tried trolling anywhere from 60 fow to 100 but couldn't find any salmon not many marks either. Tried lymans, spoons and spoons with flasher. Went out deep around lunch and got a laker and a few knock offs. On the way home trailers bearing burned up and damaged the axle spindle lucky the wheel didnt fly off. I didn't notice until i was back in the driveway. Will be about a week for my new axle to come in so i wont be able to make it out for a couple weeks. Good luck out there
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Fishing Georgian Bay / Re: Trolling Report
« Last post by Krawler on June 03, 2018, 07:55:16 PM »
Anyone make it out this weekend?
Couple hours Saturday night 0/2, fish turned on near sunset but couldn't get them to stick. Heard the bite was good in the mid-day sun.
This morning, calm at first light then big SE blow. Couldn't find the fish for the first few hours then screen lit up with steady hooks down 40-60 but couldn't turn them on. Oh well that's fishing. Trolled near Cedar Point.
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Fishing Georgian Bay / Re: Pike May 1..
« Last post by EsoxWanderer on June 03, 2018, 05:25:08 PM »
FYI - Surface temps are reading mid/high 60's to low 70's depending on air temp that particular day and location on the bay. Big girls are active and not deep yet; though they seem to be in proximity to deep water.
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