Search found 12 matches
There are plenty of panfish in front of pirate cove and within the mouth of the kemptville creek. If your lucky, you can tie into pretty much everything on your list in those spots.
- Tue Feb 28, 2017 5:13 pm
- Forum: Fishing Talk
- Topic: Looking for Rideau river advice
- Replies: 3
- Views: 356
RJ, Great topic! I so wanted to watch this when you posted it but kind of forgot about it. I just managed to finish watching the whole things and I'm glad I waited because your conversation touched on basically every point that was brought up in our small group. No matter how you look at it, the opt...
I was amazed at the amount of different bass boats there were there. As a true "boat" show, it was pretty good. I stopped off at Paddletales in the morning to get my fix of gear. So if this is what we have to look forward to for the years to come, I can at least live with it.
Guys, Don't get me wrong, the in store doo's at Paddletales are great and I have talked about why Ed doesn't go to these shows anymore with him. I get it from his standpoint. Him and Sandy do an amazing job at putting together good deals with excellent pro staff. I'd just love to see this type event...
Hey Everyone, I recently travelled to Toronto to check out the Spring Fishing and Boat show and I must say, it was nice to see booths from major players in the industry. Shimano, Daiwa and Megabass all had displays there showcasing their products. Even Carrot Stix and Quantum also had fair size boot...
There is no reason to use Flouro for any of the techniques you are asking about. Your thought process about it is sound. The sinking flouro will drag the front of the bait down impeding its action. I also have to agree with The Maverick as well. A frog rod has to be stout and the action and cadence ...
When you say frog, are you talking a hollow body from or something like a Zoom horny toad or Stanley ribbit? I ask because I use different rods for each. I use rods between 6'8 and 7'3 for these techniques, all on baitcasters mostly braid. For buzzbaits, and poppers and horny toads, I have tradition...
Ed at Paddletales Can take care of both of these issues for you. He will send the reels out but will fix guides and rod tips in house. Drop it off and he will cal you when it's done for a guide. I'm not quite sure what is involved in fixing the tip top or if it even worth it but he can definitely do...
- Sun Feb 05, 2017 1:07 pm
- Forum: Rods, Reels, & Other Gear
- Topic: Rod and Reel repairs in Ottawa area
- Replies: 6
- Views: 355
The post above has some really great info in it. Add some spinnerbaits and a walk the dog baits, a few jigs in 3/8 and 1/2oz and you'll be good to go for a while. With everything, there will be some trial and error. This is predominately for bass but you'll catch a lot of pike and a few walleye on t...
What card are you looking for? The Navionics + card CBB mentioned covers everything you want it to. You aren't going to find them cheap either way. The older cards were specific. A gold covered navigable waters like the Rideau or St. Lawrence. It did not have places like Mississippi on it so you had...
- Wed Feb 01, 2017 2:43 pm
- Forum: Classifieds - Buy, Sell, Trade, Rent Your Stuff
- Topic: LOOKING FOR NAVIONCS CARD FOR HELIX 5
- Replies: 5
- Views: 338