Thanks for posting. It is on my list to try..
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21 November 2017 - 01:19 AM
04 May 2017 - 10:58 PM
Speaking on the nature, there are quite a few safe, drinkable streams - creeks in that area as well. There is trout and grayling in there
,but you got to have a sharp eye to spot them.
16 April 2017 - 01:12 AM
Thanks. The country went through war and some rough time in the 1990s. The locals do their best to keep the less fish. The fishing authority officers patrol with a moped and they have binoculars.
It takes about 30-40 minutes to get the 15 pounder tired before it flips over. The fight is one of a kind. I hope I will get a better video when someone hooks one up.
16 April 2017 - 01:03 AM
Nothing wrong with keeping fish....just some overdo it you know.
I had a chance to spot over on that road that cuts over the lake Scugog. The majority of them don't know what they are doing so they are catching shiners all the time.... If you get a few that are good fishermen, the others will be scaring away the fish for them. So the only option to catch some decent fish up there would be to rent a boat.... Than again, I don't go up there too much so I have a limited details.
16 April 2017 - 12:41 AM
You need a special license to transport live game fish and even then I don't think it's legal to take it upon yourself to stock a public lake.
But I'd say do it anyways just don't get caught lol.
Before you do though make darn sure there's nothing in there already. I'd hate to see you ruin a nice stocked rainbow pond by tossing a 5lb bucket in there to have a buffet.
Cool bro. I just want to keep get educated in case if I run into a similar situation. Thanks !
I will do more digging with a deeper, but I am 99.9% sure there is nothing there. It is like 100 feet radius pond in my area..