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David Chong

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  1. And you know that I'll have a little something special for her as well!😄
  2. Got to check it out last year! Nice little show and I do believe that you can pay for your entry in Canadian funds at par! BONUS!
  3. I haven't seen the actual premises but apparently there is more room and yes, the parking is FREE!
  4. The 3rd annual Canadian Ice Fishing Expo is moving to a new and better venue, Georgian College Building "J" on December 14th & 15th. Should be another great event and this year we welcome Gord Pyzer to the stage, looking forward to his insightful seminars as always! I will be presenting a seminar titles "JACKS are WILD, especially for Lake Simcoe "JUMBOS"! talking about using Jack Spoons notably Slab Grabbers for lake Simcoe's fames Jumbo Perch! We'll discuss Garmin electronics, Navionics Charts & App, Slab Grabbers, line, HT Enterprises gear and so much more! Come visit me at the HT Enterprises booth, identify yourself as a member of this board and the first 3 members each day who do this will receive a "GIFT"! Looking forward to seeing all the avid hardwater enthusiasts there! Admission is very reasonable at $8 for an adult and children under 12 years of age are FREE! Don't you dare miss it!
  5. Ontario record Wiper was caught in the Detroit River back in 2006! https://www.ofah.org/programs/ofahontario-record-fish-registry/
  6. Got a pair a few years ago from Angling Outfitters, you definitely need to get a pair a couple of sizes larger than your regular shoe size. Very lightweight!
  7. Definitely one of my favourite moments at this year's Pan-Am Bass Championship! "O Canada" sung with pride & passion by the Nations gold medalists, Team Canada! https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=TIR8NsdLgrk&time_continue=18
  8. Sorry for the late report as it's just been crazy busy! Recently the 2019 Pan-Am Bass Championship was held in Cornwall, ON on Lake St. Francis. In August there was a qualifier held there to form Team Canada, I was lucky enough to qualify along with partner, Rob Lee 2nd overall. Team Canada 2019 was made up of captains, Bob & Darren Izumi, Andy Kinstler & Scott Lecky, myself & Rob Lee, Jason Gramada & Nicolas Gendron, Stephen & Phil Hegarty, Brian Hughes & Anais Chaves, Matt Massey & Robert Greenberg & Ryan Flaro & Bob MacKenzie! Weather was a huge factor as day 1 was cancelled and the event came down to 2 half day tournaments on what would have been day 2! Although Team USA swept the pairs medals, Team Canada won the Nations gold over a star studded line-up of American bass pros which included Bass Fan's #1 ranked pro, Jacob Wheeler, 4 time FLW AOY, David Dudley, Scott & legend Roland Martin, Team Mexico and a First Nations team! An average weight of all the pairs was used to determine to Nations gold medalists! Now I have a gold to go with my silver medal from the 2018 Pan-Am Bass Championship on Lake Okeechobee! Full results can found on the FLW site https://www.flwfishing.com/tips/2019-10-18-canada-wins-gold-at-pan-am This is definitely a hi-light of my fishing career, there was nothing on the line but national pride and the medals! Special thanks to FLW's Jody White for some great coverage!
  9. In Ontario we have plenty of lakes that would rival the fishing on George & other lakes in New York, it was just beautiful and different fishing especially in terms of the deep Largemouth! Although they have a much longer season, other than a similar “catch & keep” season that we have in Ontario, the rest of the year is “catch & release”! Not really sure if New York State stocks Bass so I had asked a few friends down there but have not received an answer yet! Lake associations like the one on Lake George are strong proponents in protecting their waters! We had to have our boats inspected prior to launching and then tagged each day for the next day! There is even “Boat Wash” station all around the lake to help prevent spread of invasive species! There is also a usage fee for the lake which was $20 for the week that we were there! This gives them funds to monitor ramps and inspect boats, possible stocking etc.
  10. Very nice! Great time for Muskies on those lakes!
  11. They're never really gone when you you remember them like this! Very nice Cliff!
  12. Not sure what they were actually doing? Why are they bothering those snapping turtles? Lucky they were able to keep all their digits!
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