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Fishing Georgian Bay / Re: Trolling Report
« Last post by Chopper on July 14, 2021, 04:34:40 pm »
Out off Collingwood on Monday, nailed a 5 pound Rainbow on the cheater spoon, purple and green.  Fishing in 90 feet so I am assuming the spoon was around 45 feet down.  Tuesday hooked into a Salmon in 70 FOW.  Lines were at 60, 40 with cheaters on each.  Hit the deep lure at 60.  Marked all the bait at 60 feet.  Zero marks of anything out at 90.  Decided to stay shallower as a result. 
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Fishing Georgian Bay / Re: Trolling Report
« Last post by jaywinfield91 on July 13, 2021, 12:20:43 pm »
No one else out trolling ?
Went out Sunday July 11 out from Collingwood lines in the water by 5 a.m got a double header at 5:20. One laker around ,2 pounds on a flasher fly combo and then a 13 pound king caught on a green and white nk spoon rigger down at 55 in 85 fow.
Tight lines everyone and let's get these reports going.
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Fishing Georgian Bay / Re: Last weekend in July, Midland
« Last post by JL on July 09, 2021, 04:02:06 pm »
IIRC, that property belongs to Waypoint so Iím not sure that itís open to the public.

I launch in Penetang if fishing that side. Easy launch, lots of parking, sheltered.

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Fishing Georgian Bay / Re: Last weekend in July, Midland
« Last post by MountainM on July 09, 2021, 02:13:26 pm »
There looks like there is a small launch behind Waypoint Hospital... On Church st you'll see a ball diamond, just behind that. Can anyone confirm? This is towards the mouth of the bay, and on the side I'm on so would be the closest spot. It might not be, the quality in google earth isn't good enough.
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Fishing Georgian Bay / Re: Last weekend in July, Midland
« Last post by Canuck on July 08, 2021, 01:51:45 pm »
Public boat launch in Penetang is simple and easy and ample parking.  Other marina's have launches too, but Penetang might be easiest.  It will save some boat driving as compared to Wye Heritage.  There are others further up Penetang Bay too.

Not sure what boat you have, but watch the winds.  Severn Sound is pretty open and any winds over 15 knots is not great unless your boat is a decent size.  North or NW winds are the worst in the sound, but its open enough that any wind can kick up decent waves.  And there is a lot of large boat traffic in that area too. 
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Fishing Georgian Bay / Re: Last weekend in July, Midland
« Last post by MountainM on July 08, 2021, 01:29:35 pm »
The cottage is just to the east of Wye marina. Somewhere around here https://goo.gl/maps/NjMrDPEypDJNQt8h8

is "the hole" the deep pocket between sawlog\beausoleil? 

Then I'd imagine as you come around sawlog you have deep water all along the north side of the shoreline, and up in to giants tomb and to the west. At least looking at the chart.

Best spot to launch in penetang? Is it worth it, or just dump in midland and drive the boat north? I'd also take any private launches if they were closer. :) What winds are we looking for? a north, north west to suck warm water out of the pocket and get cold water in there?
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Fishing Georgian Bay / Re: Last weekend in July, Midland
« Last post by SuperH on July 08, 2021, 01:03:13 pm »
Good comment regarding the various areas to find salmon and trout.  You say if the wind is right, so for my benefit what is the right wind vs wrong wind when fishing "the hole"?
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Fishing Georgian Bay / Re: Last weekend in July, Midland
« Last post by Krawler on July 08, 2021, 09:45:10 am »
No idea where Grandview is but you will not find a public access launch to the islands closer than Penetang.  No need to go to the Tomb to start downrigging.  Closest 70-100 fow area you find will be good enough for a chance at some salmon or trout.  Areas like The Hole, Sawlog, Awenda are all well known spots and can be accessed easily from Penetang.  With the right wind these areas can be prime fishing for a few days. 
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Fishing Georgian Bay / Last weekend in July, Midland
« Last post by MountainM on July 07, 2021, 03:41:52 pm »
Hi Guys,

Spending a few days at a cottage up in the Grandview Beach area. Going to drag up the boat I think and hopefully get a few morning\evening fishes in. I'd like to downrig if possible, sounds to me like I need to get up to at least Giants Tomb to find fish? Seems like it might be a long run from the cottage. Is there ANY sort of ramps up there closer to the islands. My boat needs no water to launch so I can launch off a beach or almost anything as long as it isn't too exposed. I'd take any suggestions!

Thanks!
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General Discussion / Re: August Salmon Slam - Collingwood??
« Last post by Krawler on July 02, 2021, 09:53:34 am »
I believe John has set a date for Aug 21 for the event
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