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Fishing in Canada 21 Sep 2014 17:42 #1

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Fifty days of fishing in Canada this year, Hartly bay to the Broutons. Lots of Salmon Pinks were so thick they became a issue trying to get below them for chinook and coho. One day I caught Chum Chinook, Coho and Pink salmon all on the same gear
Bonus catches 37 poung ling cod and 52" 70 pound halibut, 0.4 smaller than maximum size

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billsguns wrote: Fifty days of fishing in Canada this year, Hartly bay to the Broutons. Lots of Salmon Pinks were so thick they became a issue trying to get below them for chinook and coho. One day I caught Chum Chinook, Coho and Pink salmon all on the same gear
Bonus catches 37 poung ling cod and 52" 70 pound halibut, 0.4 smaller than maximum size


Ignore this thread, this must be a Practical Joke, NO FISH HERE, nothing to see, MOVE ALONG, MOVE ALONG.

JK glad you enjoyed the neighborhood, must have been a great time.

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Fishing in Canada 21 Sep 2014 19:20 #3

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Oh yea I forgot I was not in BC It was some where else :whistle:

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Now you got it. sssssuh B)

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Fishing in Canada 22 Sep 2014 01:29 #5

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It has been a great season for fishing on the north Island or where ever this is, lol

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Fishing in Cananada 22 Sep 2014 01:44 #6

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billsguns wrote: Oh yea I forgot I was not in BC It was some where else :whistle:



Right Bucko, you don't see these in BC either.


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Fishing in Cananada 22 Sep 2014 04:17 #7

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Yea These were the island that I was fishing around

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billsguns wrote: Yea These were the island that I was fishing around


Those look like Nova Scotia Deer. :whistle:

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Four Pyrates wrote:

billsguns wrote: Yea These were the island that I was fishing around


Those look like Nova Scotia Deer. :whistle:


That must have been where I was fishing. I am always getting lost.

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Fishing in Canada 23 Sep 2014 04:15 #10

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That's a fat ling!!!
Are both those pics on the same boat?
I see one has a rail on the swim platform, one doesn't.
Is that a custom swim platform?
Custom rail?

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We fished 40+ days in the "other Canada" and caught perch, bass, northern pike, sunfish and pickerel. Oh wait, not Canada, ummm the space above Lake Erie. :whistle: yea, that's it.

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green650 wrote: That's a fat ling!!!
Are both those pics on the same boat?
I see one has a rail on the swim platform, one doesn't.
Is that a custom swim platform?
Custom rail?


The ling is on my boat, and yes it is a custom swim step. The halibut is om my friends boat that I am rafted to. Neither me or my wife could lift the fish for a photo. Getting old sucks

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Fishing in the east......somewhere !!!!!

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Fishing in Canada 27 Sep 2014 02:22 #14

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Bill, Did you trim that halibuts tail? It looks a bit straight.

We were out 44 days but I had to spend 14 of that in Rio de Janerio while the admiral ate prawns every night at happy hour.

It sucked that I had to leave just when the sockeye were running hot. Still got a few pinks, sockeye and coho. Oh and about a thousand prawns. (three licenses)

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Pacrimrat wrote: Bill, Did you trim that halibuts tail? It looks a bit straight.

We were out 44 days but I had to spend 14 of that in Rio de Janerio while the admiral ate prawns every night at happy hour.

It sucked that I had to leave just when the sockeye were running hot. Still got a few pinks, sockeye and coho. Oh and about a thousand prawns. (three licenses)


Good for you on the prawns. The halibut was as caught The ling had only a half a tail. Somthing bigger wanted it

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