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15 April 2016 - 02:01 PMGot to Ecourse at 6:20 and was the fourth boat out in the street waiting.
Saturday and Sunday will be an absolute zoo.
Fishing was extremely slow.
14 April 2016 - 06:28 AMDid the same as you John and conditions were as you described. Will be back out Friday.Well this week the water is FINALLY getting a better colour to it, but still real cold. We never saw more than 39.8 degrees today but 12 walleye hit the net. It certainly wasn't crazy good fishing but I'll take that many. We would go an hour without a bite and then find a little 'wolf pack' of them and pop two or three right in a row. Caught them mostly on Bondy Worms in black, chartreuse and royal blue. My clients also brought jigging rapala's and caught two on them. Seemed like we were not marking a ton where we were fishing but when we'd come across one they'd pop it hard. They were caught in 22 to 29ft in the mid river area. I've learned not to run around and burn your day up so we sat there and they got the fish they wanted. Just glad to see the weather turning better!!! Good luck all...here are our two biggest.
12 April 2016 - 06:54 AMI know a lot of guys that launch from Alter or St. Jeans and fish Canada side. Get their 6 and never have any trouble coming back.
Its WHERE you fish not WHERE you launch from.
11 April 2016 - 07:24 AMIf I were you I would fish one side or the other to make the situation easier. Fish canadian side first (and get your limit) you cannot fish the US side. Get half of the canadian limit and fish the US side you are allowed the US limit total. Fish the DR US side and get 5 you can fish the lake for #6 either the US side or canadian. But cannot fish the DR on your way back.Basically it all depends on where you fish first and last.I've fished Canadian waters on the DR and have caught my limit. So here's my question..
If I was to launch at St Jean and fish our side of DR and Canadian side and also out in the lake, all to get my limit, how does it work with 3 different regulations? US side of DR is 5 fish and 15in minimum, Canadian DR and LSC is 6 with no size limit and US LSC is 13 in minimum and 6 fish. How does one go back and forth and explain their catch ? I'm sure others should no the rules too. Thanks
10 April 2016 - 02:46 PM