The FAC Yeah Team on August 30th, 2008

Fishing the Trent-Severn Waterway in 2008 unfortunately yielded similar results as we saw in 2007:  it’s a tough place to catch fish!  We fished for a few solid days – sunrise to sunset – but we really didn’t produce all that many fish.  Our bait choices included just about everything our tackle boxes had to offer, but there really wasn’t a magical bait that produced for us.  Take a look below for the full details!

Location: Trent-Severn Waterway, Ontario (44.098465° N, 77.572317° W)
Largemouth Bass
Temperature/Conditions: 25°C / Mostly clear and sunny
Results: See below



Like in 2007, the day looked very promising…


One of the first fish caught on our trip was this tiny northern pike on a chartreuse spinner? IMG_5059

Then Steve nailed this small largemouth bass with a fire-tiger spinner…
Some company on the shore…good thing we finished eating our lunch and got back on the water before they came for a drink!
Steve really hoping to land something soon…
Walter lands another northern pike the next day…

Walter lands a nice smallmouth bass using a top-water bait.  It was a great strike and fight!

Shortly after Walter lands the nice smallmouth, Steve lands this decent pike…

A shot of how we travel…en-route to our next fishing location…

…where Walter caught this nice-sized northern pike…the last one of the trip…

This was the ‘next time’ as mentioned in the 2007 posting, but hey we’re up for a challenge!  We’ll give it another try in ’09!  FAC Yeah!

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