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June 21-28 Club Trout Lake Report

 
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Fishn Deep



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Location: Central PA

PostPosted: Tue Jul 01, 2014 7:22 am    Post subject: June 21-28 Club Trout Lake Report Reply with quote

Well another year is in the books. We pulled into the Aubergue on Friday the 20th and downed a few Big Bleues. Then had good conversation with several other groups from NY, OH, and PA that were heading to Kipawa and Ogascanaan.

As for the fishing we had a good week at Club Trout Lake near Belleterre.. 4 guys caught around 350 to 400 fish (that was with 1/2 the crew never getting out of the cabin to fish before 11 am to noon each day). The weather was not the best for walleye fishing with all the sun and blue skies but the fish cooperated nicely. Biggest walleye was 25.5" weighing in at a tick over 5lbs. A lot of eyes in the 16" to 24" range. It was a toss up between worms and leeches as both were effective on jigs.
Jigging was the main method deployed with a sprinkle of trolling and casting mixed in during off hours.

Biggest pike was 35" and several monsters were missed after throwing the hook or following to the boat. The Pike and walleye were real aggressive hitting 10" to 12" musky lures with no fear. Unbelievable. Several 16" to 18" walleye were stolen from fisherman by large pike during the week. Including a 40" + giant that completely leaped out of the water after a walleye about to be pulled in the boat! Never seen anything like it. Scared the crap out of my dad!

Lots of wildlife as well as our group saw 10 moose with a couple of bulls, cows with calfs, a bear, and two bald eagles.

For all of you on your way or about to depart for your voyage safe travels and enjoy it while it lasts because it goes way to fast!
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JOHNNY WALLEYE
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 01, 2014 3:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

thanks for posting
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puckster_guy
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 01, 2014 3:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

wow sounds like a great trip. thx for posting
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Jay Thomas
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 03, 2014 2:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi Fishn Deep:

We're going to Club Trout Lake (Lac Bay) 16-22 Aug. Don't know if that's where you fished. If so, I'm hoping you could provide us a couple of good locations for jigging walleyes. We've been to Lac Bay before but we have always trolled for walleye. Thanks in advance.

Jay
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600 miles north
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 03, 2014 5:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nice! good to hear you had a great trip! I would love to see a northern grab onto a walleye when reeling one in, or see it in person happen to someone else. That would definitely be an awesome sight! I hope we are lucky enough to do as well as everyone who has been up have done this year. Thanks for posting...

Brad
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Fishn Deep



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PostPosted: Thu Jul 03, 2014 11:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi Jay we fished right on Trout lake and did not make it back to the other waters. Generally the walleye were on rocky points and around other structure such as islands where current moves bait. Depth was 8 to 14 feet. Also had success on a large flat that was a wind blown shore with good chop. Picked up eyes in bright sun in 8 to 9 feet under those conditions. Another thing I learned from a seasoned angler years ago is that if you can locate an active or not too old beaver lodge with good depth around it you will often find walleyes nearby. Tough jigging with all that woody structure but it can yield good results. It has been a winner for us over the years on many different lakes. Unfortunately the beavers on Trout Lake aren't cooperating.
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Jay Thomas
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 04, 2014 7:37 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks for responding Fishn Deep. I'll keep an eye out for an active beaver lodge.

Jay
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