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4/9/2013 2:34:37 AM
Topic:
Kitchen Design Bedford

DhemmitRaNdolor
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edited by DhemmitRaNdolor on 4/9/2013
2/26/2013 12:07:56 AM
Topic:
Kitchens Cardiff

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2/14/2013 2:32:20 AM
Topic:
Kitchens Dundee

robbie02
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edited by robbie02 on 2/14/2013
10/24/2011 12:10:40 PM
Topic:
French River 2010

admin
admin
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Posts: 12
No issues with the water level.... Usually controlled via the Loch system
10/24/2011 12:02:57 PM
Topic:
French River 2010

Brian
Brian
Posts: 4
How is the water level at Buckhorn this time of year? Any major issues?
10/24/2011 11:54:47 AM
Topic:
French River 2010

admin
admin
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Posts: 12
Not Lately - I always used to do Buckhorn in the Fall, but not anymore.
10/24/2011 11:38:14 AM
Topic:
French River 2010

Brian
Brian
Posts: 4
Oh ya I know but do you still fish in November anywhere? I was at Bryers lodge @ Woseley Bay the first weekend in Oct. Weather was brutal & no Muskie. Went to the West Arm Lodge the following weekend(Thanksgiving) got 2 in the boat & lost 1 at the boat but all were small.
10/24/2011 11:14:06 AM
Topic:
French River 2010

admin
admin
Administrator
Posts: 12
Not November.... We usually go last week in Sept or first week in Oct... This year we went early... I just posted the pics from this year. Have a look

http://www.muskiescanada.com/forum/topic9-french-river-2011.aspx
edited by admin on 10/24/2011
10/24/2011 11:08:45 AM
Topic:
French River 2010

Brian
Brian
Posts: 4
Do you still get on the water in Nov.? Where?
10/24/2011 10:52:25 AM
Topic:
French River 2011

admin
admin
Administrator
Posts: 12
Great time.....

Joe P. with a 47 Inch (winner)
Rommel 46 inch
Heath 46 inch
Rommel 43 inch
Rommel 32 inch
edited by admin on 10/24/2011
10/24/2011 10:46:42 AM
Topic:
French River 2010

admin
admin
Administrator
Posts: 12
Wosley Bay. The most effective baits seem to be Jerk Baits - any flavour!!!
10/24/2011 10:44:15 AM
Topic:
French River 2010

Brian
Brian
Posts: 4
Nice catch. Where do you stay when you go up to the French? Which type of lures do you like to use?
1/17/2011 1:04:51 PM
Topic:
MONSTER - Check this story out.

admin
admin
Administrator
Posts: 12
http://www.fishingfury.com/20110107/incredible-new-brunswick-muskie/

1/5/2011 11:27:19 AM
Topic:
Evening Crappie Bite

MarkyZ
MarkyZ
Posts: 2
Headed out last week for some first ice action. Nice feed of Crappie. Caught about 30-40 in 3 hours. Kept 15.
edited by MarkyZ on 1/5/2011
1/4/2011 1:31:43 PM
Topic:
WTB: 14-16ft Aluminum Boat

MarkyZ
MarkyZ
Posts: 2
Hey Everyone,
I'm looking to buy a 14-16' Aluminum Boat with Motor and Trailer.
Let me know if you have something to offer.
1/4/2011 10:53:39 AM
Topic:
French River 2010

admin
admin
Administrator
Posts: 12
Only two Fish this year.... It was tough!!!!

Rommel with the Winner - 45"
Joe P with the runner up...
and Stan with a big Pike.
1/4/2011 10:41:54 AM
Topic:
South End of Pigoen Lake

admin
admin
Administrator
Posts: 12
Here is an example of the average size muskie we see at the south end of the lake. This one is actually in the river.
1/4/2011 10:29:56 AM
Topic:
Be Respectful

admin
admin
Administrator
Posts: 12
There really are no rules - but if you show disrespect - your outta here.
1/4/2011 10:18:51 AM
Topic:
My biggest for the 2010 season

admin
admin
Administrator
Posts: 12
Since I have moved to the lower end of Pigeon Lake I am catching a lot more fish. The only problem is that they are much smaller than what I was used to on Buckhorn. When I have the time I move up the lake for the bigger ones, but mostly I stick to my end of the lake.

I have seen some bigger fish - it just seems that the smaller ones are that much more aggressive. This Muskie (43 Inch) was in the grass in about 3 feet of water.... I went back to that spot a number of times and keep getting follows or nailing big bass. Not sure what is so good about this spot, but something made me stop there and it turned out to be a good decision.

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