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  1. There's a couple places that come to mind when thinking about bucket list trips for me. Lake Nipigon (Onamans), Nipigon River (Red Rock), Lake Seul (many)and Lake of the Woods (many). What you're looking for in terms of accommodations, what species of fish you'd prefer and whether numbers or a chance at trophies is more important might help folks with recommendations.
  2. For me it's the Vibrato. When they say lures are made to catch fishermen, they must've been talking about this lure. It will catch your float suit, pant leg, even the inside of your rod case.
  3. I'd probably start by shooting Limeyangler a pm on here. He's on Wabigoon I think but spends some time chasing skis on Lac Seul.
  4. I think it's been hashed out on every site lol. The verdict is that if the fish is OOS - the internet doesn't want to see it. Slot fish have to be released immediately too. How do you know if it's a slot fish if you can't take a second to measure it? I'd bet all the Lac Seul guides let there clients take pics.
  5. Mitchell's (can't remember his first name for the life of me) will shuttle you around the dam for ~$25 or could be $50 or so now the way things are going. He can accommodate pretty well any reasonably sized boat. Cash only.
  6. Bring many jig heads. Might be the only place I've ever gone and wished I'd brought more tackle.
  7. I fished with Reeds for quite a few years. I like their set up. You have one hut set up for sleeping and one for fishing and general shenanigans. They're set up a few steps apart with the doors facing each other. They used to set up the huts in 25+fow and the fishing was outstanding. They moved there huts in closer and shallower for a couple years (~16fow) and the fishing was terrible so we moved on. I heard ownership has recently changed hands so not sure where they are now but I assume the hut set up is the same..
  8. They changed the slot size on Nipissing this year. Limit is still 2 but you shouldn't have a problem putting together a fish fry.
  9. Thanks for chiming in. I marked a bunch of bait off the deep hole by that rock, made quite a few passes but only pike and walleye. We tried for Sturgeon on a couple of nights but didn't seem to have any decent spots close to the cabin. Todd tried a double rig with cut sucker meat thinking it would keep the walleye's off .... no dice lol.
  10. It's brook trout country. And apparently there are some good ones in Quintet. Not a ton of walleye lakes in that area. https://www.sdc.gov.on.ca/sites/MNRF-PublicDocs/EN/ProvincialServices/ScienceAndResearch/BsM/BsM-EN-Quintet_Lakes-FMZ10-Cyc01-16-7098-52235/BsM-EN-Quintet_Lakes-FMZ10-Cyc01-16-7098-52235.html
  11. My buddy has an IX5 and it definitely doesn't need to be deployed to work. We had to change out the batteries the other day and when the new ones were in, we tested it with the motor up on the deck. It looked like you could lose a finger if you weren't careful. Good luck bigcreekdad. It will be a sweet unit once you get it sorted out.
  12. Was good to see you up there too Freshtrax. Here's the big girl I caught near the area you pointed me to. Think my buddy had his camera on Bigfoot mode unfortunately.
  13. Nice going Ron. If there's a finer looking fish that swims our waters, I haven't seen it.
  14. I hear ya Shane, I'm not normally on the cutting edge of trends but I've been a bit of an expert on social distancing for quite a few years now lol.
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