Fishing Report from Ryan Edenborough my friend Andrew has been “hot” on the Muskies all year in the Kawarthas!Posted on October 13th, 2011
WOW !!! What an incredible week of warm and sunny thanksgiving weather we had in Southern Ontario! Fortunately between family events and stuffing myself with turkey, I was able to drive to Port Perry and spend Sunday fishing with a good buddy of mine Andrew McEvoy. Andrew has been “hot” on the Muskies all year in the Kawarthas, and when I joined him, it was apparent that he was far from cooling down! As you can see from the pictures, he put us on to some beautiful fish with some over the 40 inch mark !!!
We trolled and casted large inline spinners and 2 ounce tandem spinner baits to trigger the big Muskie into attacking. With the abnormally warm temperatures and the blue bird skies, we had to be patient and explore our areas thoroughly. The hard work paid off and the abnormally beautiful weather had us finding summer pattern fish hiding out in large weed beds adjacent to deep water.
Muskie season remains open to the 15th of November for most of the Kawartha lakes, so I recommend getting out there and giving these toothy monsters a try.
For a guided fishing trip for Muskie or many other southern Ontario species, send me an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or come on up and visit me at Red Pine Wilderness Lodge www.redpinelodge.com during the summer months.
Take care and please practice catch and release !