Summer and Early Fall

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JimW
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Summer and Early Fall

Post by JimW » Wed Nov 04, 2020 9:39 pm

Well since not too many things to do over the last 6 months and with my health issues the last couple years not getting out much, I have been trying to catch up on some much needed fishing since May.

I spent most of my time in late Spring and Summer chasing trout and salmon, switching over to walleye and pike the last two months. Plus a special Halloween "River Monster" fishing trip on October 31st. I figure a little over a month left for fishing in the boat then ice fishing shortly after that.

Here's a few catches for the last few months...

Eastern Ontario Lake Trout
Lake trout June 29.jpg
Lake Ontario Lake Trout
Laker 18 pd June 14.jpg
Oldest daughter with Lake Ontario Atlantic Salmon
July 7 Lydia Atlantic.jpg
Youngest daughter with Lake Ontario Rainbow Trout
July 7 Mika rainbow.jpg
Lake Ontario Chinook Salmon doubleheaders....
July 7 Mika Lydia.jpg
July 25 @ salmon.jpg
Pre-spawn Lake Ontario Chinook Salmon
dark chinook.jpg
Lake Ontario Walleye
Sept 6 Walleye_V2.jpg
Lake Ontario Sheephead
Sept 6 Sheephead V2.jpg
Lake Ontario Pike
Sept 6 Pike v2.jpg
Halloween "River Monster".... St. Lawrence River, Montreal Lake Sturgeon
sturgeon Jim 2 Mark.jpg
Hopefully a few more fish will visit the boat before the ice comes.

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Re: Summer and Early Fall

Post by baronrenfrew » Thu Nov 05, 2020 7:42 am

That's awesome!
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Re: Summer and Early Fall

Post by kenya » Thu Nov 05, 2020 9:19 am

Wow I only recognize the sturgeon and pike. They are all beautiful fish and it must have been amazing to catch them.
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Re: Summer and Early Fall

Post by KimChick » Thu Nov 05, 2020 5:09 pm

Those be big 'uns!!!
What great catches!
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Re: Summer and Early Fall

Post by Killerbunny » Thu Nov 05, 2020 6:44 pm

Have to say we saw @JimW yesterday and he looks great!
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Re: Summer and Early Fall

Post by WLLady » Mon Nov 09, 2020 1:36 pm

Awesome fish! I'm so glad you got out there Jim!
I've never caught a sturgeon...seen them swimming around (while i was swimming once in Georgian Bay. Kinda cute aren't they!
You are looking amazing too! Those fish are almost as big as the girls! Did you take any for eating?
I'm so glad you are doing better.
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