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Archive for October, 2010
Tags: Accommodations, Bay of Quinte, Fall, Gord Schultz, Hunt, November, Scott Walcott, Sheldon Hatch, Trolling, Trophy, Walleye, Weekend
Tags: Accessibility, aim, Bass, Bay of Quinte, catch and release, daily catch limit, ethics, fish fry, fishery, Fishing, possession limit, regulations, respect, responsibility, selective harvest, Walleye
This show discusses our responsibility as anglers to protect our fisheries to encourage sustainability for future generations. As we have discussed how to achieve depth when trolling, we also need to discuss the effects of bringing up a fish from too deep. Not just releasing a fish, but releasing a fish that will survive long term is the key. A good fish fry is something that many anglers enjoy; this is where selective harvest is encouraged. Feel free to leave any comments or questions regarding any of the topics that we discuss.
Tags: 20 plus, 50/50, Bay of Quinte, crankbait, critical, depth, dipsey diver, directional, dive curve, hardbait, jet diver, Lake Ontario, lakers, lead, lead core, line counter, lure, plane, plug, precision, presentation, reel, Salmon, sensitive, snake, Snap Weights, specific, speed, torpedo divers, Trophy, trout, Walleye, Walleye Institute
This show discusses the various methods to achieve depth when trolling. Be it fall trophy walleye on the Bay of Quinte, Lake Trout in back lakes, or Lake Ontario Salmon fishing, presenting your baits at the depths where the active fish are is key. We briefly touch on a few of these methods, so if you have any questions, feel free to ask.
An article that Jeff posted earlier this year regarding suspending crawler harnesses also discusses many of these methods. You can read that article here.
Tags: Bass, Bay of Quinte, Fall, Largemouth, temp, Temperature