North Western Quebec, Fishing ReportPosted on July 13th, 2009
Frank just recently returned from from fishing in North Western Quebec for a week July 3-9 and it was mostly overcast and rained 6 out of 7 days during our trip. The water temperature was 64 to 69 . Experienced some cold fronts and high winds at times which made for some challenging conditions at times. The bulk of our fish were caught in early morning and the early evening which seemed to be the best times for catching Walleye and Lake Trout. Trolled most of the time with “bottom bouncers” and a worm harness. (orange and white seemed to work good with spin’n glow) Jigging also worked after finding the fish with a White/Green/or Blue head 1/8oz jig and a worm. During this time it was tough fishing considering the weather but we were able to catch a few walleye and a few lake trout each day. (the lake trout were still coming in shallow water in about 18 ft) Believe it or not caught Lake trout with 3 to 4 spitshots and a worm harness!
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