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  1. bigugli

    Beacon

    The breakwaters were built as part of the small harbour development program in the early 90's Federal and provincial monies that was spent rejuvenating the waterfront from Toronto to Niagara. Much of that work included LaSalle, Pier 4 Bayfront, Port D, the Beacon, the initial development of the Lakeshore trail to Burlington, and a number of other projects. I did a number of subcontract jobs at various locations of the projects. Staff at the Beacon had been given warnings from the MNR in the past.
  2. Water in those white patch areas is all shallow. A good wind stirs it up easily.Sunlight reflects on the surface to give that white sheen. The rest of the water is a nice blue
  3. That is stirred up mud
  4. Looks like I'm wheel less this Sunday while the ladies go shopping.
  5. I was asked to produce something similar a few years back, by members of the carp club, until they found out what it was going to cost them.
  6. There's that "sometimers" setting in again
  7. 3oz or heavier if you are trying to keep your line motionless. In some spots 5 oz may not be heavy enough.
  8. A snap swivel on the 3 way would be the ticket, Smerch.
  9. Was down in the 12 one evening this week. Took a few different changes in tactic, and I had to work for them, but i did find smallies. As for Martindale, there is a lot of pressure on the pike these days. Water is also piss warm. I expect a lot of fish have gone deep.
  10. Soil contaminants are a biggy with CFIA. If I visit a farm in the US, I'm not allowed to visit a Canadian farm for 7 days. Flower bulbs must be sanitized before we can get them into Canada. Potted plants must use soiless potting mix.
  11. Back on the river again today. Risk of high winds and storms made the big lakes a no go. We ceertainly had a mixed bag. Silvers, redhorse, smallies and walleye. All caught on different tactics from paddletails, jigging spoons, stick bait and harnesses.
  12. Still flooded with the dock sitting at that crazy angle. It is going to take a lot of time to bring the lake level down.
  13. We were hitting both today. One of these days I've got to get out with you for a day on the water.
  14. We got both smallies and walleyes jigging from 20-30' depth until they turned up the current. Our 1 mph drift eventually sped up to 2.5mph. Rock snot is starting to die down.
  15. Had a great morning on the river . Had planned on Erie but the winds and storms were a turn off. SO we opt for plan "B" Jigging for smallies and walters while Rob tried desperately to land his first gar. No luck in that department, but we did OK with the jigging.
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