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Old 09-01-03, 06:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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salmon fishing

well about a week ago i went up to lake ontario salmon fishing and caught 3 salmon

1 king 24 ponds

1 king 10 pounds

1 koho 15 pounds ( dont know how to spell it o well)
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Old 09-01-03, 06:58 PM   #2 (permalink)
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those seem like some pretty big fish. Do you know how long they were?
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the 24 pounder is the only 1 i remember it was 35"
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Sounds pretty neat...I do a lot of deep sea/big game saltwater fishing here in South Carolina...my biggest fish would have to be a 315lb Bluefin (caught in North Carolina) or...a 12ft blue shark...had to cut him loose due to certain regulations but we ran rope from head to tail of this beast and it was 11ft 9inches...took me 3 and a half hours...
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Those are some pretty big salmon.

i love salmon fishing, but i like bottom fishing for halibut better.

i go out to vancouver island almost every year to fishing and visit family.

a couple years ago i caught a 106 pound halibut, it was awesome.
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When I first moved to Florida I went tarpon fishing. It was by far the most work I ever had to put into catching a fish. I'd really like to give salmon fishing a try. Congrats on your catches.
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ya i usually o fluke fishing or striped bass depending wha timef the year it year it is i ve been fishing all my life
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Salmon fishing is a thrill... you never know what you are going to pull in!!

We went last year and landed a 17 pounder and a 19 pounder... I was all proud of myself for catching a 17 pound fish and the captain told me its just a teenager compared to most that are caught... kinda ruined my moment but it was still a good time (got me a good dose of sunstroke though... ugh)
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fishing on the lake for Salmon is good fun, but if you want to really experience the fight of a salmon, get in the river mid september early october. Nothing beats the sound of your reel screaming as a 20-30lb salmon makes a long run up the river.. I know i'll be in the river in another 2 weeks
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I agree with matt being from Alantic salmon country nothing beats having a wild salmon take a fly and strip your reel to the last couple feet of backing It is more than well worth the 1000 casts or more before you hook one and it is rewarding to release that salmon so it can spawn and continue the cycle of life.


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the 245 pounder dewfinetly stripped line. when he hit there was only 90 ft. of line out well i ended up reeeling in 500ft. of line
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Nice catches. I was out at lake ontario yesterday, and I saw a guy walking down with a 3 foot long pike...I was like HOLY ****!

Biggest pike i've ever seen. Must have put up one hell of a fight...So now on my to-do list for this weekend i have to add fishing
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Hey Matt I will be in Port Hope on the Ganaraska river verrrryyyyy soon
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Kelvin, i'll be out there too bro.. Let me know when, maybe we can meet up!
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this year i hooked a 32 inch pickeral weight about 12 pounds and a 42 inch pike that weight 25 pounds but that was on our fishing trip to quebec we go ever may 24 week end
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