Port Dalhousie producing good number of spawning Brown Trout.

Posted on November 1st, 2010

[nggallery id=344]I had the pleasure of fishing Port Dalhousie, ON from our G3 with my good friend Cliff Zatinski.  We started around 8am with cold conditions (about 2-4C).  We fished spawn-sacks and Lil’Corky imitation eggs with a 1 1/4oz. pencil sinker/3-way swivel rig along the bottom.  The flow was slow to moderate which made for challenging fishing conditions.  When the flow is stronger, the fish stack-up in the current break (which was not the case this morning).  We saw about 8-anglers fishing from shore who landed about 6-browns and 1-rainbow during the same time we were there.  We managed to hook 3-fish, but only landed two.  Both were brightly colored male browns in the 5-7 lb. range.  Last week the flow was stronger and the fishing much better.  Shore anlgers were averaging a fish about every 15-min. using spawn-sacks, imitation eggs and streamer flies.

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