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Ibstacle

Member Since 05 Apr 2017
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In Topic: going to be fly fishing the gr*nd river

29 April 2019 - 11:03 PM

all I'm gonna say is that the gr*nd river is pretty s.h.i.t. 


In Topic: steelhead opener 2019

26 April 2019 - 12:20 PM

Cold temps tomorrow morning and lots of rain - but just go out and fish this weekend. Still lots of fish to be caught.

 

With the fast muddy water that we are likely to have this next couple of weeks, I suggest using a heavy float (ex. 11g), fish a bead in tandem with a roe bag or pink worm.

 

It's worked for me in the same conditions on the lower credit so far this spring so I'm sure it will work for you.

 

If you want proof, check out my instagram account @ibstacle

 

Tight lines


In Topic: steelhead opener 2019

26 April 2019 - 08:33 AM

the smaller east tribs with rocky bottoms will definitely be the only fishable tribs on opener 


In Topic: Zone 16 Regulations - Thames River is a fish sanctuary Mar 15 - 2nd sat in May?

18 April 2019 - 12:05 PM

Komoka, and Delaware are good spots along the river for walleye. Springbank park in Byron is a decent spot as well


In Topic: April Thames River Fishing (London Area)

13 April 2019 - 09:22 AM

Update:

 

Me and my friend fished about a 250m stretch along Gibbons Park in London for about 1.5 hrs

 

We bottom bottom bounced worms and couldn't get a single bite

 

I've used the same setup at that exact spot before and caught couple of sucker

 

I'm guessing its just time of year since I went there in august last year