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I'm headin to lake simcoe to try for some lakers and also some whitefish I'm going to head to the willow beach area does anyone have any good tips for me on what I should be doing??

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55 to 85 ft of water

 

if you are not marking good numbers of fish, it's hard to get them to bite

 

keep moving till you find them

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Follow the pack of russian dudes in 10ft dingies...

 

Shouldn't be to hard to spot :)

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Jig lightly. When you see the armada of boats out there ripping thier williams........don't do what they're doing. Most of their fish are snagged.

 

Just a light jig, hit bottom on every drop, and lift it about 8" each lift.....nice and slow.

 

S.

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I tried everything on Monday. Marked loads and could get them off bottom but they just won't commit. After trying to coax the same fish, or same couple of fish for 20 mins I just gave up. They come off the bottom and look at it but don't actually bite it. I tried every jigging technique known to man.

On a side note I managed a nice 6.5 pound laker using the ice fishing method and my vexilar. Love that machine.

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LOL! I work with a Russian guy who packs his 12' inflatable into the back of his Camry and fishes Simcoe for Whitefish.

 

 

A buddy and I were out last year in a good 3ft chop and we saw at least 4-5 guys in small dingies.. We were a good 2 miles from shore, lol...

 

What people do for a whitefish!

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