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So every year i go to killbear provincial park for 3 weeks and i was wondering. Ive never had any luck up there and i only have a kayak , any suggestions on what to do?

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I love that area up there, but I don't catch much either. The channel to long lake from blind bay has coloured water and I used to catch more, but it doesn't have the same appeal as the sparkling water.

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Last year i fished the little lake on the bumpy road into the park , im looking forward to fishing it now that i have a kayak , i only fished it for an hour from shore and hooked into a pike , little but promising .. And a few bass and perch . But ive neve had any luck with fishing in the park

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Go out into the bay clearing the shallow water off the cliff jumping rocks. Just jig large spoons around 50-75 ft? You'll catch Lakers.

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Go out into the bay clearing the shallow water off the cliff jumping rocks. Just jig large spoons around 50-75 ft? You'll catch Lakers.

 

 

would i be able to do that in a kayak.. ahha?

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I did it with a canoe! All I did was cast as far as I could with the wind to get an idea of how much line I had and just let the wind drift me towards where it landed. That should be enough time for the spoon to get to depth then start jigging! I caught 5 doing this in about 3 hours.

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I did it with a canoe! All I did was cast as far as I could with the wind to get an idea of how much line I had and just let the wind drift me towards where it landed. That should be enough time for the spoon to get to depth then start jigging! I caught 5 doing this in about 3 hours.

 

 

haha alright thanks! I'll try it out , never caught a laker before !

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killcoursie bay is closed for trout allyear. that little lake (raby lake) has pike as stated.

 

killbear is an amazing campground, just wish there were more easily available fishing spots

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Just went over the regs for Lakers at killbear and d_paluch is correct. Were the boundaries changed in anyway over the last few years? I recall checking and double checking and asking locals. It was a 0 Limit not an all year fish sanc.

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have you gotten much pike in raby lake? ive only fished it for an hour when we were leaving and caught a small pike, didnt know if it was a fluke or not..

 

 

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also for the pike were you fishing in the weeds on the sides of the lake with weedless lures or were you out in the middle.. leaving tommorow for 3 weeks and wanna make the most of my time there lol :)

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just tossed a spinner like bait, let it sink for a few seconds then a steady retrieve straight into the middle of the lake.

 

had no luck along the weeds unless I was cheating and using worms, but then it was just sunfish :P

 

good luck n have fun. been going there for the past 4 years, even witthout fishing the time spent there was amazing

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i agree this is my third year , an i think the pike i caught was just along the weeds .. Cant remember aha. also seen a guy pull in a 6 pound smallie !

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