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Discussion in 'Places to Paddle' started by beaver, Jun 11, 2013.
Wonderful pictures! As always, the adventure seems to have been perfect.
Our best fishing in the Quetico has always been late May or very early June - before most people arrive. The poorest fishing is usually in September after Labor Day - when they've all left.
Here's a nice snake my son caught on Saganaga in May.
It was an awesome trip. I am not shy to report that I am a superior fisherman myself, as Ferdy or Dave or Dale will attest. And furthermore, Ferdy, Dave, and Dale are even better fishermen than I. As Dave said, to paraphrase, 'a trip of a lifetime - a lifetime of trips.'
Awesome photos. My son and I are headed to the Boundary Waters next July with his Boy Scout troop. Any suggestions? Thanks!!
Don't forget the saw.
For fly fishing: 6 to 8 wt. My best streamer is Pearl Zonkers in size 2. For pike use 20# tippet of fluorocarbon. 6-8# for bass. pike and bass also take poppers and the usual streamers.
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