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#1 nindja

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Posted 10 January 2017 - 07:24 AM

Most rivers are still technically fishable but last few days has a mini freeze turn the tribs into big slushies.  Hard to fish.  Flies, lines and eyelets all freeze over too quickly.  Going to tie a few flies for an upcoming ice-fishing trip to Simcoe.  Some steelies in the rivers though.  Haven't gone up to Georgian Bay or Huron since November so no reports for you.

 

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#2 Decisions

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Posted 10 January 2017 - 01:41 PM

Hey Nindja,

 

I'm in Southern Ontario also. Like you said,the rivers are hit and miss as of late. Thaw coming our way soon though. I live 10 minutes from Port Hope. Simcoe is too early for the lakers!

 

Cheers, Ron...


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