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Fishing Georgian Bay / Re: Trolling Report
« Last post by Myles on Yesterday at 08:38:08 AM »
Os is an extra hour drive each way for me so i was hoping i could find some salmon in the collingwood wasaga area but if os is my best chance maybe i will make the drive to try it out. Thanks for the tip i appreciate it
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Fishing Georgian Bay / Re: Trolling Report
« Last post by BillM on May 24, 2018, 12:54:47 PM »
Head to OS if you want some salmon action :)  Been a good spring from what I've heard.
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Fishing Georgian Bay / Re: Trolling Report
« Last post by Myles on May 23, 2018, 08:00:51 PM »
New to downrigging this year. I've been out a few times from collingwood and have been catching lake trout near bottom in 120 to 130 fow but haven't had any luck finding salmon yet which is what I'm hoping to catch. Green spoons have seemed to work well for the lakers. Still trying to figure things out. Has anyone been catching many salmon yet? I've been told end of july and august are the best times for salmon there. Good luck to everyone
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Fishing Georgian Bay / Re: Trolling Report
« Last post by Canuck on May 22, 2018, 09:32:13 PM »
Finally launching Friday AM!  Sounds like I have not missed much.
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Fishing Georgian Bay / Re: Pike May 1..
« Last post by BillM on May 22, 2018, 07:20:12 PM »
Water temps were in the low/mid 50's in the bays. Caught a lot of pike. Almost all small. Big girls don't seem to be moving yet - though I talked to a couple of other anglers and they reported a 40+ incher.

Nice!  I blanked on lakers out in PS a week and a half ago.  Couldn't believe it, ah well one of those days I guess.  Did everything from jigging all my production waypoints to trolling the spawning areas and some other spots.  Nada, lol.    Back at it for pike soon.   
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Fishing Georgian Bay / Re: Trolling Report
« Last post by Meegs on May 22, 2018, 05:54:52 PM »
Suprized I didn't see you.   Fished similar waters yesterday . We were 0/2 for the morning.  Fished 5 different areas for an hour and half each. Missed 1 salmon..  1 laker.  Very very few marks.  Fished 30 to 140fow.   Watched the commercial guy drop a net out at 90 fow for about a kilometer from middle of the gap towards ac marina
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Fishing Georgian Bay / Re: Trolling Report
« Last post by Krawler on May 22, 2018, 11:05:31 AM »
Beautiful area to troll, too bad the fishing isn't the best for early season. 
I start trolling deep water this time of year, i stay away from the shallows.   
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Fishing Georgian Bay / Re: Trolling Report
« Last post by buck on May 22, 2018, 06:39:35 AM »
nice morning yesterday....but notta

flat lined from Awenda to Thunder Beach....never done that area before....water looked good....20 feet or less, big boulders....didn't move a rod....AC Shiners, Rapalas, small spoons

then put riggers down at Ballard's and back at Methodist....marked a few fish near the bottom  on the Thunder Beach side of Methodist...nothing on the hump

water temp at the surface 47 degrees at Methodist....brrr

first time i have had my boat in this early.....no rush next year i guess
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Fishing Georgian Bay / Re: Trolling Report
« Last post by Grandpa Jim on May 19, 2018, 09:45:59 AM »
For what it's worth, I have always found that spring trolling out of Collingwood, mainly for rainbows, is always best predawn to around 8:30 to 9:00 a.m. Favourite lure is the AC Shiner followed by the small, jointed rapalas. Once the sun gets up a bit, the fish do their disappearing act.
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