This month’s Hotspot is the Pickering Nuclear Power Generating Station. It’s a fish magnet all year round, but it really excels when Lake Ontario turns cold. Ang & Pete fish this spot when the main lake temperature is in the 50’s, while the outflow from the power-station is well into the 60’s. Both baitfish and game fish are attracted to this area.Try sweet corn and boilies for Carp and small dropshot baits or live bait for the Smallmouth. Remember to bring polarized glasses as you will be amazed just watching big fish swim by.
Little Lake has been known to local Carp anglers as a great fishing location with quick access to a beautiful city. Use Boilies for your main bait and remember to feed the area with either feeder Boilies or ground-bait. We highly recommend the proper heavy Carp gear designed to tame these powerful beasts!
This month’s Hotspot is an area of Hastie Lake in the Algoma region of Ontario that always seems to have some beauty fish on it. Under normal conditions we would highly recommend a popping topwater like a Pop R, but if that doesn’t work then pull out the Yamamoto Senko. Rig it whacky style on either a jig-head or a dropshot rig… and for the ultimate advantage, try marinating your soft plastics with a natural bait scent.
Our Hotspot for this month is a little section on Mountain Lake on the Meaford Military base that seemed to hold a better number of fish overall. Dropshot, finesse baits and Topwaters definitely work wonders here. Remember though, this is a private facility that opens its doors to a small number of the public through the local Rod and Gun club.
This month’s hotspot is tucked away at the back of a long shallow finger at the top of the French River called Wigwam Bay. We’d highly recommend using the services of a Chaudière Lodge guide, this bay is really off the beaten path. Not much is known about this area as it does not conform to the normal Walleye-holding structure and cover of the French… the biggest reason is that this is one of the few pieces of water in the entire system that screams Large Mouth Bass… you’ll know what we mean when you get there.
Our Hotspot for this month is a small weedbed in a back bay along the Attawapiskat River in Northern Ontatrio. The Fish’n Canada guys fished this area in extreme high water levels and frigid water temperatures. In perfect conditions this place would rock! Try giant tube baits or other slow moving plastics and hang on!!!
This month’s Hotspot is a perfect hang-out for a big Smallie. It’s a giant log stuck in very deep water. Try using a Topwater bait first and if that doesn’t work then use a tube jig, Senko or a dropshot Yamamoto Shad Shape Worm near the base of the log.
This month’s Striped Bass Hotspot is a portion of the Stewiacke River, deep in the heart of Nova Scotia that really produces fish early in the season. Stripers move into and through this area in the spring during their spawning ritual. There are literally thousands of fish stacked up and days of catching 20+ fish per person are very common. Try using either live or artificial Blood Worms, depending on the season, or casting crankbaits or topwaters. One thing to keep in mind; when the Bay of Fundy Tides come rolling in, extreme caution should be taken. The fast current and slippery mud banks can be treacherous!
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