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  1. 1-877-847-7667. http://ocoa.ca/conservation-officer-tips-line-1-877-tips-mnr/
  2. season is starting to wind down, , but it doesn't matter how many times I see it- the best way to start the day
  3. No downriggers? https://www.precisiontrollingdata.com/ Strategies: http://www.bluehorizonsportfishing.net/Keating-on-Kings.html Wind direction is key. Of all the go / no-go input factors, wind direction is #1 and yes, on the right day anyone can catch 'em. all day long. Don't be discouraged - I've been out with the best charter capts and seen them struggle - 3 in an 8 hour day (I know, I'm blessed), and the same guy slam them all day long. FWIW my biggest fish hit on a bright sunny day after 12:00 noon with almost no wind.......and the 2nd biggest after noon on a semi overcast day with no wind. Time on the water. just cruising by, BB.......winds
  4. ah, well guess some of us just have to look deeper to discover, eh? The recipe linked shows it all. How's the armchair? Only takes a couple cancer diagnosis for some of us to consider broadening our menu, huh?
  5. The answer lies within Grasshooper.Seek that which is underscored and all will be explained,,,,,
  6. so, after yesterday's bountiful experience, I wanted a change from the old fish in a pan, stumbled across a recipe and, well, I'll let the pictures say the rest
  7. June was a bit of a drag with some intermittent motor problems. Lost quite a few days tracking down fuel flow issues. Fortunately my local marina treats me well and we seem to have tracked down the issue after a couple visits, The lakes are definitely not were they usually are for this time of year, and after a few unremarkable outings on Ontario, last week I decided to turn my attention the to other pond to the South, despite mixed reports. I was greeted with my first skunk of the year. Do not judge me by my successes, judge me by how many times I fell down and got back up again.” ― Nelson Mandela So, I got my butt outa bed before I used to get into it as a young man, poured a couple coffees to go and hauled me and Ms Ann Thrope down to the pickereye pond for another kick at the can. A slow start, trying to figure them out again, but we put together a pattern after a bit, and I was home just after the non-angling community was having lunch We beat old sunny to the stage and watched as he crested. Wasn't one of his more colourful outings, but always find watching the sunrise (or set) to be therapeutic. At one point I got socked in by a fog. Kept my fingers crossed the trawlers were in other waters and got my wish Got one old warhorse that gave a good fight and went back to make a few more, and kept a couple for the plate, and other obligations. Let the good times roll.
  8. PEI in July..... I'm thinking Lobster. That second pics is great. The people in the foreground just need a fire going......
  9. bet not long after that it was sailing backwards.....nice orange slice
  10. a couple seconds earlier, passing under the skyway bridge
  11. the contrast on this is very cool! Looks like it was a bit of a roller day?
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