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  1. Fishing out of a canoe is great for many reasons. You can get in some tight areas, you're stealth, very portable (overland), note the salty rod holder.....12 volt battery under the seat hooked to a minkota not a problem.
  2. Can't wait for the opener boys! Good luck to those entering the interior and maybe I'll see ya out there. Corn Nug
  3. Wow guys! Thanks for all the tips and suggestions plus the entertaining debate. I think taking some pictures and packing the fish properly is my best bet. I don't forsee coming across a CO in the area I plan to travel as it's quite remote however I want to be sure I'm following the rules and in this instance there appears to be a grey area within the regs. Thanks again. Corn Nug
  4. Quick question for all the experts on our Ontario Fishing Regulations. Heading out for some trout the last week of September and as we know the season closes on the last Saturday of the month. If I catch and keep trout on the Friday am I legally allowed to pack them out two days later on Sunday when I leave? Or do the fish have to be back safe at home in the freezer before the season closes? I'm curious as I'd like to bring some home but I want to be sure I'm within my rights to do so. Any thoughts? Thanks, Corn Nug
  5. Like Jedi said there are fish to be had but the weeds are thick this time of year. Pike, bass and perch are what I typically catch in the Berg. Topwater is not a bad idea as it will save you time untangling weeds from your subsurface lures. Nugs
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  7. Thought I'd post a quick review of my 2007 fishing season. To start, my annual trip to Algonquin in May. A few specks... Several more specks... Fat Laker caught in 3 feet of water on an X-Rap near a waterfall in the early morning. Wasn't expecting this fella. Towed my canoe around for almost 1/2 an hour before he gave up. Next up a few pike from my local spot in June... Visited Muskoka with my family for a week in September and the largemouth fishing was on fire... Here's my pops with a typical largie... Last trip of 2007 was another visit to Algonquin. Found the remnants of a cabin on a small island. Only item left standing over the years... A shot of our island residence for the week... I hope 2008 is as good as 2007 has been. Have a great Christmas followed by a happy and safe new year everyone! Cheers, Corn Nug
  8. Thanks for the heads up. Too bad they're closed this winter season but if it improves the populations it is well worth it. Hope their initiative is a success. Corn Nug
  9. Great report and beauty pickerel! Nice to see a father and son team enjoy a day like you two had. Corn Nug
  10. That's great Bucktail. Thanks for posting the pic. Corn Nug
  11. Welcome to OFC Caner! Sorry, I have no info on cats. Specks, Pike, Pickeral and Bass are what I'm after. Corn Nug
  12. Thanks for the reminder Wallacio. It slipped my mind that the trout season passed a month ago. Cheers, Corn Nug
  13. Welcome Magic! Have fun here, lots of interesting things to learn from those on this site. Corn Nug
  14. Heading out to see a buddy on the weekend who just moved to Eden Mills. I noticed the Eramosa River runs right through town and was curious if any members have fished it and could offer up some insight. Should I be targeting trout or is this a bass/pike laden river. Any thoughts would be great. Thanks, Corn Nug
  15. I always hang the food way up the tree. Whether it be in a barrell or a pack it's better to be safe than sorry. It's really not that much of a pain with a good truckers knot, it easily comes undone but is as strong as can be. The only time food is on the ground is when I'm camping on a small island where I can see if the area is truly bear free. Corn Nug
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