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Myself and 2 fishing buddies fished in leamington, saturday oct 17th.
We went 3 miles straight out in 34 fow, started at 8:eek:o am and finished
at 2:00 pm. We kept 150 perch, between 8 1/2" and 13 ", about 30 perch
were 13 " long, all told we caught about 450 perch, we didn't keep anything
smaller than 8 1/2". The water was was a little off color, but it didn't seem
to hurt the bite. Had a great time.
 

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QUOTE(sweetwater @ Oct 18 2009, 03:11 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Just wondering where you got your minnows?? Thanks

We stoped in kingsville at tnt tackle on e mill street, there is another place
called better baits in kingsville, dont know the street, he has more minnows
but with a bigger boat its hard to turn around, and also youi can get minnows
at Strictly fishing on sandwich st in windsor, its to your right when you get off
the bridge, then you go a way down sandwich.
 

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QUOTE(C.Smitty @ Oct 18 2009, 08:43 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>bob-ber, nice report........i see your home port is in Port Hope, do any good outa there? im not to far from there

I don't fish as much in port hope since the salmon have vanished.
I still catch lake trout and some walleye, but its been very slow since
the salmon are pretty much gone. I do more fishing in st Clair river for walleye,
and leamington for perch. I do some fishing in LSC also.
 

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Those perch was tasty first time i had ever had them was afraid of the bones but i see they vanish. Thanx bob we will deffinatly get some wally's on the ice this year
 
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