Where to fish?

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Where to fish?

Postby Yoho » Sat Feb 04, 2012 3:03 am

How do we decide where to go to fish, canoe in such a large area?
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Re: Where to fish?

Postby finnbay » Sat Feb 04, 2012 9:25 am

Be aware of habitat of the the kind of fish you are looking for. Walleyes, northern pike, lake trout and smallmouth bass (the big four) normally like different water depths, structure, vegetation and temperature. Matching fish species with their preferred home ranges does the trick. Time of year makes some difference, so include that as a factor.
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Re: Where to fish?

Postby AllAmericanGeek » Mon Apr 15, 2013 8:17 am

I picked up this book 2 weekends ago from my local Barnes and Noble, and have a newfound confidence.

I am new to walleye, lake trout, northern pike, and small mouth bass fishing, so this helped me understand the seasonal habits of each species as well as what they are attracted to. That said I am excited about a late ice-out as spawn will also be later, and closer to the opener, as I have a trip planned the last week of May.

The New Boundary Waters and Quetico Fishing Guide http://tinyurl.com/bpcgmk5
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