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  1. I was hoping I could get some advice for my upcoming fishing trip in August. I am going to Lake Dalrymple(30mins from Orillia,Ontario) in August, and have a boat rented for the entire time. I really want to do some good fishing like I used to when my dad took me as a kid. I'm hoping to catch bass, pike and whatever else I can. I never had access to a boat to be able to fish this way, and really not sure the best way to set up my rod for the trip. So far I've been thinking to reline my pole with 8lb braided line. Someones also recommended I use a fluorocarbon leader as well. But I'm not sure what #leader I should get in this case. For bait I'm hoping they sell live bait where I am going. But I have purchased a few mepps spinners, 2 frogs; and trying to think of what else I should bring along. I'm really hoping for some suggestions if anyone has some advice? What's the best line I should use? What kind of spinners, lures etc would be best for getting pike and bass with access to a boat? If anyone can help I'd greatly appreciate it. Thank you
  2. Been fishing various spots along the downtown shoreline, targeting Pike. No luck at all. Not even a Bass, Sunfish, Kitty etc. I have only seen one other couple fishing and they said that they had no luck. Is anyone else working the shore? Tips? -Pierre
  3. well..its that time of year. After some unforseen circumstances with my intended location of storing, I am stuck (although somewhat willingly because i can get my boat out of storage in march now to go fishing in the south carolina) using a navigloo to put the baby away for winter. I am also probably going to take some extra care and wrap the baby up in extra tarps around the trailer, jack up the trailer onto blocks to keep it off of the ground etc etc. Its my first time winterizing a boat! Bass Boat Central has a great guide on winterizing your boat. found here http://www.bassboatcentral.com/winterizing.htm Ive got the fogging oil, the lower end oil, the marine fuel stabilizer, the premium ethanol free gas to top the tanks up, the marine oil to top that tank up as well. Im ready to pull all of the batteries out and store them on wood somewhere warm, and ive got some plumbing antifreeze to dump down the livewell drains and pumps. One common theme of concern though that I keep coming across is moisture and mice. the last thing i need is some damn vermin chewing through my fibreglass. Does anyone have any tips for keeping the moisture and mice out? I have heard of "buckets of moisture manager" being placed inside the boat...what products are you using? Ive also heard of using mothballs to keep mice away...but is it effective? Anyone have any tips?
  4. Hey folks. My buddy got me into ice fishing last year and I've been out a few times this year for lakers and perch but last summer I got hooked on speckle fishing rivers. The idea of catching some through the ice has been driving me crazy. I've been lurking the Fish ON-line site to locate stocked lakes up near bancroft and went up last week to one I had to snowshoe in to. Got skunked though. Just wondering if anyone had some tips out there, or if anyone has had any success this year for specks? Been doing a lot of reading but I like hearing what people have to say. Not expecting locations. Cheers
  5. Hi, I am wondering if anyone can help me figure out when the steelhead will be comming into any of the rivers. I am looking to fish the credit, saugeen, beaver, and bighead river as well as possibly the grand river. I really want to catch some and also just see the runs of fish to learn more. Any help on timing and possibly locations would be great. I cant wait to giver a go. Thanks so much
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