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2014 Fishing Trips / Where are you headed?


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With the soft water season almost underway..... I have already booked my "fly-in" trip for this year.

Thanks in part to Mr. Borger, I am headed to Marshall Lake near Nakina in mid September for some big pike and a plethora of eye's. My first trip to northern Ontario.

 

Where is everyone else headed for their "big trips" this year?

 

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As I do every year, I'll be chasing muskies on the West Arm of Nipissing for a week in June and another 2 weeks in August.

 

I've fished in a lot of places but have never found a place I like better.

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Got alot to take care of around the house this summer. but hoping to get to camp as much as possible, got our annual Kesagami trip in late July and hopefully a fly-in with the kids to Partridge Lake before we send Jaden off to University in August.

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As I do every year, I'll be chasing muskies on the West Arm of Nipissing for a week in June and another 2 weeks in August.

 

I've fished in a lot of places but have never found a place I like better.

Do you ever venture in the the upper french Lew? I am usually up there the 2nd weekend in Aug at my uncles cottage. Good Muskie fishing in there as well so I am told. Had a follow last year from a big one while fishing for smallies.

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Do you ever venture in the the upper french Lew?

 

I've fished it a couple times but without too much success.

 

I've been going to the West Arm for 10 years or so now and know the area well and usually do good with the muskies, so that's the reason I keep going back.

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i am tasked with picking the spot for our annual boys canoe/fishing trip this year. End of september we will be heading up to some lakes off the beaten path of the spanish river area. If anyone has alot of experience with that area (west of the spanish) i would appreciate talking to them ;)

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One of the better trips I've had since living up this way !!!

 

That was a great day Norm, really enjoyed spending the day with you.

 

Unfortunately I lost a whole whack of pictures from my computer a couple years ago and the ones from that day were among them.

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Have the annual boys week away in May for some back country lake trout (ice or no ice we are going) End of June hit some hidden bass lakes , couple more trips

to the lake trout spot for some big smallmouth and some deepwater lake trout jigging (lotsa fun) Pike tourney in September , more bassin in October and spend

some time at the trailer in Parry sound in between . I'm booked , can't wait :good:

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Big year on tap for me:

 

1.Dayohessarah Lake with White River Air in Late May for lake trout.

http://www.northtoadventure.com/lake_detail.php?lid=13

 

2.North Caribou Lake Camp in late June for giant pike and walleye.

http://www.northcaribou.com/

 

3.Asheweig River for trophy brookies in mid July.

http://asheweigriver.com/index.php?pid=29

 

4.Medhurst Lake outpost in the Chapleau region in early August.

http://www.ontariowilderness.com/lake.php?id=Medhurst

 

5.Sutton River for giant brook trout in late August.

http://hearstair.wordpress.com/sutton-river-specs/

 

6.Cree Lake in northern Saskatchewan mid September for giant lakers and pike.

http://www.borealcamps.com/creehp.htm

 

7.Anjigaming Lake outpost in Chapleau in late September (with the winners of the fly in trip contest)

http://www.outpostcamps.com/destinations/

 

 

Trying to fit in another trip with Mattice Lake Outfitters in Armstrong and another to Chaudiere Lodge on the upper French.

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Big year on tap for me:

 

1.Dayohessarah Lake with White River Air in Late May for lake trout.

http://www.northtoadventure.com/lake_detail.php?lid=13

 

2.North Caribou Lake Camp in late June for giant pike and walleye.

http://www.northcaribou.com/

 

3.Asheweig River for trophy brookies in mid July.

http://asheweigriver.com/index.php?pid=29

 

4.Medhurst Lake outpost in the Chapleau region in early August.

http://www.ontariowilderness.com/lake.php?id=Medhurst

 

5.Sutton River for giant brook trout in late August.

http://hearstair.wordpress.com/sutton-river-specs/

 

6.Cree Lake in northern Saskatchewan mid September for giant lakers and pike.

http://www.borealcamps.com/creehp.htm

 

7.Anjigaming Lake outpost in Chapleau in late September (with the winners of the fly in trip contest)

http://www.outpostcamps.com/destinations/

 

 

Trying to fit in another trip with Mattice Lake Outfitters in Armstrong and another to Chaudiere Lodge on the upper French.

My goodness.

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