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In Topic: The Soo suggestions wanted

07 May 2019 - 12:51 PM

That area is a fishing heaven. Bring some top water baits for the SM and don't overlook smaller bodies of water on rough days.


I pulled some monster Pike out of what we would call drainage ponds on one nasty day. It was like there were alligators living in the weed surrounding the lake/pond.


I forget where I got the map but check the local stores they have one that gave a detail description about what to expect in various lakes but really you should have no problem catching some decent fish.

In Topic: Atlantics

05 April 2019 - 09:24 AM

Thats a bass Chrome BUllets, sorry couldn't resist.

In Topic: Any open water around?

08 March 2019 - 05:15 PM

Still in a deep freeze up there. Drove past last weekend and it was all iced up.

In Topic: Kayak Fishing

14 January 2019 - 02:24 PM

I do a few back country portage trips each year and that's more than enough paddling for me. I never liked having to put the canoe on top strap it down etc. 

I did try a yak one of the group we went in with last year rented and it was better than a canoe to fish from IMO if your solo.


I would like to try it out one day.


? I wondered if you guys have to set out really early for the calm water ? And how big can the waves get before you have to call it a day. 

In Topic: Kayak Fishing

14 January 2019 - 12:50 PM

 I'm currently at $10,000 for my yak with accessories and I am still finding things I think I need lol.




Dude thats when you say it's time for a nice boat. My bass boat only cost 6k, she may be used but she's still near mint. My set up can handle rougher water and I never have to paddle.


A yak should be cheap and for special circumstances only like a canoe, when you spend 10k I think either your rich or you've never head of motor boats?