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Fishing Georgian Bay / Re: Trolling report
« Last post by MarkD on Yesterday at 11:04:38 pm »
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Spoon bite predominantly, some fish hitting the meat lately.
Kris,
How often do you change your presentation? And how do you determine if it's time to switch from spoons to meat or anything else?
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Noticing line is frayed often so fish are biting at the head
I also noticed it on one lure even though I doubt if I got any popup at all.
Is it possible that some smaller fish biting in front of the lures?
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Fishing Georgian Bay / Re: Trolling report
« Last post by Krawler on Yesterday at 10:38:54 am »
Always mph

4/12 last night
Water temps messed up after the wind. Warm down to 95ft but strangely Most hits were coming out of the warmer water down 75/110-140 Spoon bite predominantly, some fish hitting the meat lately.
Strange hits Again, fish would hit, take line and gone. Ran a bit faster too, made no difference.  Talk to some guys that say it has something to do with the moon phases. Sounds like a good excuse.  Noticing line is frayed often so fish are biting at the head. If anyone can find a way to put a treble at the head of a moonshine Iím all ears lol. 
0/3 this am.  Marked good fish down 100/140 but couldnít turn them. Threw the kitchen sink at them! Hopefully they are in a better mood this evening.
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Fishing Georgian Bay / Re: Trolling report
« Last post by Kingfisher on Yesterday at 09:03:57 am »
Hey Krawler, when you refer to the speed are you mph or kph? I got ahold of Chris to get some Grippers, nice guy. Headed out on the Bay tomorrow am, looks like it will be a nice a nice day. hopefully I will have some pics of fish to share.
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General Discussion / Stolen kayak cart
« Last post by Stelian on August 06, 2020, 10:43:53 pm »
Hello everyone,

A kayak cart was stolen between 5PM and 8:30 PM on Thursday, August 6, 2020 from the boat launch on Park Street in Victoria Harbour. The cart is DIY, of no commercial value. It has my name, phone number and address permanently marked on the underside.

I have been leaving the cart on the side of the boat launch since early June. Most of the time there are cars parked at the launch. Strangers regularly watch me untie the kayak, leave the cart in the bushes and paddle away. It never occurred to me one of them will one day lay his hands on the cart.

Just before the cart disappeared, there was a disabled man in wheelchair talking to two women inside a parked car. Any information on the whereabouts of the stolen cart will be highly appreciated.

http://geocentral.net/stelian/pics/VictoriaHarbour/DIYDolly.jpg

Stelian
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Fishing Georgian Bay / Re: Anyone catching juvenile-young chinooks?
« Last post by Chris B on August 05, 2020, 03:12:50 pm »
We usually catch one every trip out but always release them for good luck.
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Fishing Georgian Bay / Georgian Triangle Derby
« Last post by Krawler on August 05, 2020, 01:19:18 pm »
The event is cancelled for this summer.  Sorry to disappoint.  Blame Covid.
Watch out for the event Summer 2021

Kris
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Fishing Georgian Bay / Re: Trolling report
« Last post by Krawler on August 05, 2020, 09:31:36 am »
I got a fish on the gripper on Monday. Nice size salmon
Was going 3.5 surface and 3.1 at the ball. Was overcast and was using the black and purple.  Nice to use when covering ground or the currents are playing against you. They are a bit deceiving when you look at them and hold them, plastic, lightweight and small. But they catch fish so what does it matter?!?!
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Fishing Georgian Bay / Re: Trolling report
« Last post by Chris B on August 05, 2020, 08:16:23 am »
Hit the bay on Saturday this weekend, fishing was excellent! Managed to boat 11 fish, despite having close to 20 knock offs. Pulled in a smaller salmon that was hooked by the tail so I suspect that the fish were tail slapping lures. All fish but one came on Grippers. Don't know if many of you have experience with these spoons but you should really check them out!!! The big trick is to move them fast. Lure speeds from 2.7-4.0 mph have been the trick. They can be found on instagram @gripperlures
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Fishing Georgian Bay / Re: Trolling report
« Last post by MarkD on August 04, 2020, 06:36:49 pm »
Krawler, please accept my sincere congratulations! Your performance is amazing!
I was also in the GB for a day and then twice on LO.... Couldn't even get a single popup....
Nice to read your reports!
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Fishing Georgian Bay / Re: Trolling report
« Last post by Krawler on August 04, 2020, 01:30:34 pm »
2/2 last night
Crazy winds and currents made for a tough fish
Came back out this am and fish were active!  Looked for calmer waters and found fish! But couldnít stick it to them went 1/10. Iíve seen this happen before, hook, set, scream and gone. One came undone at the boat and manage to finally boat one.  Figured they were going for the body Or side of the lure, sometimes I hear fish will come and knock the bait out and come in for the kill afterwards. Wasnít the hooks as I changed up baits and same thing was happening. Anyways was fun to see the rods pop!  Everyone says when you come back from Lake O you will be bored but with numbers like this itís very exciting.
Lake O was tough last week lots of cold water on the North Shore, i prefished all week for the tightlines tournament out of Blufferís Park marina. 
I manageD a 27.44 lb salmon good for 8th place in the Silver Salmon Challenge. Also teamed up with Major Impact Angling and took 2nd place in the King of Kings Tightline Tournament.
Great week!  Was awesome to compete against some of the best salmon anglers in the province and perform so well! 
Will be out this week, hopefully get them to stick!
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