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been fishin the credit at mineola and hurontario was catchin but the rain we got a good week ago pushed them up now ever since than its been dead where should i go ne one kno some good rivers i can go too i bottom fish too dont float fish so please help

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well there still is a couple swimming around in creeks but they won't bite! but hey! you can always snag, spear, net, bonk, lay a fence across the water and chase them into shallow water so that they can't swim any farther.....haha kidding guys.... but just some of the things i've seen done before.... good luck out there!

 

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I was in Napanee the day before Halloween and did see a fresh run coming up the river. They were not a pretty site, with every salmon observed being black as a boot. Fishing pressure saw about 10 people, with most sadly underequipped to be taken seriously. Personally, I would switch to trout or walleye at this time.

 

The only caveat I would have is, it would be interesting to catch an Atlantic. I sure hope most people release them, as with multiple spawning runs as opposed to one for Pacific strains.... it all sounds like a nice thing for Ontario and parts of the US to me.

 

outdoorguy61

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Cohos .... the odd small run will still come in (mostly lost souls from US stocking) .... but really the name of the game now is fall chrome !!!!!!!!

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