Walleye & Pike fishing starting to pick-up in Southern Ontario reservoirs.

Posted on May 26th, 2015


Our good friend Gabor Horvat I send us these pictures of two trips he made to a couple of local lake in Southern Ontario.

He reports he was out 2-days and had good fishing.  Locating fish holding areas and water temperature were the dominating factors that produced results.
The fish did not bite until the surface temperature was at  60F degrees or higher. They needed to find really hot spots to locate hungry fish.
They had lots of followers, sometimes they take the lure and swam towards the boat, confusing, since many times the fish let go of the lures. After a seconds some fish would turn back again, thinking: What was that? The pike that followed would often “bump” the lure forward, but no strike! As temperatures rose, the bites are more frequent.
They used crank baits, fishing at the depth around 8-12 feet. The water clarity was just simply perfect. Not to clear but not too murky either. Now they are waiting for a heavy rainfall hoping it will real help the “bite” to get better.


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