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Despite all that went on in our country this past year one thing remained pretty consistent... the FISHING! 

The lakers, muskies, gar, char, crappies, specks, pike, walleye and even for once in my life some splake too, all made life better.  The fun never ends as long as you keep getting out there to experience new things, in new places and hopefully in 2021 with plenty more people safely at your side.

Short 2020 picture loaded report at the link below... Best to all for 2021.

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THE FISHIN' 20/20 ON 2020

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Nice report.. my plans for fishing Nipigon and staying in "the cabin"(you may know of this secret place) was canceled due to covid and the fact that we would be coming from a virus Hotspot. I  have worked through the entire pandemic so I had to stay close to home once the ramps opened.. the grand river and long point bay are decent but can't compare to the north..

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Awesome - my Dad and I always look forward to your reports!  You do such a great job writing them and taking the pictures at such cool places most can only dream of going too!  Happy New Year to you!

You are my fishing hero!

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bunk those nunavut fish with the banana colouring to them are mind blowing.

Congrats once again on the musky cup victory. That gar your daughter caught...good lord, it almost looks like an alligator gar its so big. (i managed to have an 100+lber follow my chatterbait boatside down on santee cooper 2 years ago...scared the living hell out of me)

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On 1/6/2021 at 11:30 AM, AKRISONER said:

bunk those nunavut fish with the banana colouring to them are mind blowing.

Congrats once again on the musky cup victory. That gar your daughter caught...good lord, it almost looks like an alligator gar its so big. (i managed to have an 100+lber follow my chatterbait boatside down on santee cooper 2 years ago...scared the living hell out of me)

Thanks man! And I think you need to go back for that southern gar soon as the borders open.

On 1/4/2021 at 6:46 PM, GregF2 said:

Awesome - my Dad and I always look forward to your reports!  You do such a great job writing them and taking the pictures at such cool places most can only dream of going too!  Happy New Year to you!

You are my fishing hero!

Appreciated Greg!  Although years pass and times have changed, still always nice to hear people read and enjoy the write-ups as they always have.

On 1/3/2021 at 3:33 PM, pics said:

Nice report.. my plans for fishing Nipigon and staying in "the cabin"(you may know of this secret place) was canceled due to covid and the fact that we would be coming from a virus Hotspot. I  have worked through the entire pandemic so I had to stay close to home once the ramps opened.. the grand river and long point bay are decent but can't compare to the north..

Know of a particular cabin which you may speak of.  Hoping the best for northern friends in the business cause my Lord they took a hit through 2020.  At the very least, it should be accepted that Canadians move about following best precautions they can, especially those planning to further distance and merely go about enjoying their lives.

Thanks for reading fellas!

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Unfortunately for resort owners and outfitters most people in Southern Ontario consider "up north" to be Muskoka or North Bay.. 

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On 1/11/2021 at 12:41 PM, pics said:

Unfortunately for resort owners and outfitters most people in Southern Ontario consider "up north" to be Muskoka or North Bay.. 

Wouldn't say that's unfortunate for us at all though. ;) Let'em think that. lol. 

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One place I know very little about, nipigon.  Does it have fish that have never seen a hook?  Does boating in 30 miles get you away from other boats? I enjoy remote areas.  Maybe one day I’ll go there.   
great post Bunk.  

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5 hours ago, glen said:

One place I know very little about, nipigon.  Does it have fish that have never seen a hook?  Does boating in 30 miles get you away from other boats? I enjoy remote areas.  Maybe one day I’ll go there.   
great post Bunk.  

Boating just a few miles gets you away from others if you launch on the Onaman river

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