Jump to content

Audrey Lake - Cochrane Air Services


Reidt4
 Share

Recommended Posts

Well we are getting very excited, we have booked a trip for mid August at Audrey Lake through Cochrane Air Services.  We are a family of 6 with kids ranging from 8 to 15.  We are typically trout fisherman and almost exclusively from shore.  So this is a big change for us and was wondering if anyone has been to Audrey Lake or has any tips for a fairly new Walleye and Pike angler.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

So I have no experience with the lake or Air Cochrane 

it looks like Audrey is fairly shallow w a few deep holes.   In August I would tend to start deep or focus on areas w current 

I had posted two articles a while back based on my groups trips

https://www.northernjacks.com/post/top-5-walleye-lures-for-northern-ontario

https://www.northernjacks.com/post/walleye-magnets

The other tip would be to check satellite maps of the lake and look for irregularities re mid lake humps, main points, island and large weed beds 

Also push your outfitter for a map of spots to start   Its in their best interest to ensure you catch fish 

best of luck sounds like an awesome outing   Please share how you make out

Andrew 

 

Link to comment
Share on other sites

If your a trout fisherman you probably chose Aubrey for the specks in the bad river,  eastern ontario is in far better shape for water levels then the west so you should do good for brook trout.  As far as pike and walleye go those cochrane lakes are usually tea stained and not terribly deep so finding them shouldn't be hard, troll until you get hits then jig or cast.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

11 hours ago, gordy28 said:

So I have no experience with the lake or Air Cochrane 

it looks like Audrey is fairly shallow w a few deep holes.   In August I would tend to start deep or focus on areas w current 

I had posted two articles a while back based on my groups trips

https://www.northernjacks.com/post/top-5-walleye-lures-for-northern-ontario

https://www.northernjacks.com/post/walleye-magnets

The other tip would be to check satellite maps of the lake and look for irregularities re mid lake humps, main points, island and large weed beds 

Also push your outfitter for a map of spots to start   Its in their best interest to ensure you catch fish 

best of luck sounds like an awesome outing   Please share how you make out

Andrew 

 

Fantastic, I will keep these tips in mind.  My kids will have a blast trying these out.  I will let you know how we make out when we get back

Link to comment
Share on other sites

9 hours ago, Jmeyer said:

If your a trout fisherman you probably chose Aubrey for the specks in the bad river,  eastern ontario is in far better shape for water levels then the west so you should do good for brook trout.  As far as pike and walleye go those cochrane lakes are usually tea stained and not terribly deep so finding them shouldn't be hard, troll until you get hits then jig or cast.

Thats exactly we we picked Audrey, a chance for pike, walleye and bookies.  We are excited about the trip.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now
 Share

×
×
  • Create New...