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Junglefisher 08-15-2020 09:41 AM

Drive in lakes
 
I'm not looking for your secret spot, but anyone got any advice on a drive in (I have my own boat) lake within 12 hours of Edson? We've been up on the Churchill river out if Sandy Bay this year and had a ball, but would like to try somewhere different maybe this September. It needs to be northern (cold) and have good pike fishing. Walleye and or lake trout would be nice, I've never caught a decent laker and walleye are always good on the table. Boat is 16'6" wide beam with a 90hp. Camping or cheap cabins preferred.

Jigsalot 08-15-2020 09:47 AM

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Originally Posted by Junglefisher (Post 4218890)
I'm not looking for your secret spot, but anyone got any advice on a drive in (I have my own boat) lake within 12 hours of Edson? We've been up on the Churchill river out if Sandy Bay this year and had a ball, but would like to try somewhere different maybe this September. It needs to be northern (cold) and have good pike fishing. Walleye and or lake trout would be nice, I've never caught a decent laker and walleye are always good on the table. Boat is 16'6" wide beam with a 90hp. Camping or cheap cabins preferred.

Calling is always good and plenty of walleye. Campground right there close to the boat launch. There are some big snot rockets in there.


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