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  1. maybe iconnu or alaskan sheefish
  2. ehg

    Drugs

    Alcohol is by far most addictive and dangerous drug. Its legal Surely most will learn to manage. I have MS as well. Pot does help me, but alcohol is intolerable for my condition.
  3. Dalryrmple by far. Caught crappie on small bass topwaters there. Smallish lake north end better less weed,
  4. Morels are the best. Season is almost over. Google Black Trumpet mushrooms they are found with chantrelles and are same family. Pretty good wild eats.
  5. I have the same disease Paul. Have not fished for 7 yrs. because of it. Power wheelchair with me in it weighs about 400 lbs. I will never fish again. MS is nasty.. Hopefully you get out of hospital. Everywhere here is wheelchair accessible thankfully. MS is very progressive
  6. You will find longest run on the northeast end of back channel new weeds. 12 - 16 ft or so. Back and forth ticking new weeds with worm harnesses.
  7. Ice fished there for decades.Main thing was emerald shiners and stinger hooks On jigging raps small spoons etc
  8. a guy from Orillia. Was 3 yrs. old but remember well
  9. Took a long time to read (SPMS, optic neuritis), thanks for effort in writing. Too much to mention, all excellent. Liked the pop culture allusions (fat bottomed gulls, and then there were six) What a great experience .Polar foam bears. HaHa! Read the whole thing. Thanks!
  10. Completely agree. Once topwaters drop off went to rattlin rap (blk/slv) or Twister tail sassy shad paddletail (blk/slv) jig to cover water at different depths
  11. , caught my first steelhead when 9 yrs old(1978) off orange with black dots in Oshawa Creek. remember forever. Hammered walleyes in Pigeon Lake back channel with it after.
  12. I think it was Italo of Canadian Sportfishing. Anyways, i remember delivering newspapers to the Violas on Wecker Dr. in Oshawa. This was in 1981, i was 12. Didn't know them, thought they were gay. Later found out were brothers opened Barclays off 401 in Oshawa.
  13. Confirmed EF1 tornado at Selkirk, too bad you didn't get video
  14. listen to the insane bass... drums good too. 49 yrs ago. wow time flies
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