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  1. kgm

    Wow !

    Yes, the fuel economy is less. 100 liters of propane gets less mileage than 100 liters of gas. But cost wise it is still significantly cheaper. $.80 a liter for propane, or $1.40 a liter for gas.
  2. kgm

    Wow !

    I bought a large GMC express van that runs on propane a few years back. Best decision I have made. Runs clean. Low compression so the engine lasts longer (just passed the 800,000km mark), and best of all its as cheap to run as my old Dodge caravan but twice as big inside. No real noticeable difference in power either
  3. Bass, and pike for sure. That end of the river is super deep in spots. Find the more shallow areas like under the QEW, or into Port Robinson and you will find bass and pike. I assume there is walleye in there as well but have never seen any on that end of the river myself
  4. That end of the river with the muddy water I find using a black or very dark lure works better. Can see it in the water like a shadow a little better than a bright color lure.
  5. It's exercise isn't it? Exercise is one reason to leave the house that is "permitted
  6. Thats a great spot to fish. Me and my brother call it "The spot", and make a habit of not telling anyone new where it is
  7. Morgans point you have to hunt in a boat. Minimum 500 yards off shore i believe. Lots of people hunt it from boats and have decent luck on a calm enough day.
  8. Largemouth in niagara are few and far between unfortunately, with spots from shore being even tougher to find. Smallmouth are more likely. You can try beaverdams road area, lots of water there to cover. Welland river also. Good luck!
  9. Hey all, just wondering if anyone has any recommendations for a larger place to rent for a fishing weekend. Every year a group of us (12-15) head up north at the end of september for a fishing weekend. We have been staying at a summer camp basically in a dorm type of building. This year it looks like the place we go may not be doing rentals. looking for a place on a lake, with a boat launch close by. Nothing fancy at all, just big enough to fit our group for sleeping and eating, and a lake to fish in with a dock for 3 boats. Any recommendations are appreciated. Thanks All
  10. What lake were you on? I fished Tobin lake in Saskatchewan about 10 years ago. Some of the largest pike I have ever caught. Looks like you had an awesome time! Great pics.
  11. Theres good pike fishing there too. Used to be just muskie, but apparently there was some sort of accident and pike were released and they kinda took over. Regular baits for pike and bass work well
  12. I got my boat batteries at pro battery shops on hwy 20 by the allanburg bridge. They were pretty knowledgeable in pointing me to the best battery for my needs. Maybe give them a call and see what they recommend. Pricing was decent as well.
  13. Nice turkey Gunner. Way to go!
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