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Sam I am

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  1. The common theme across every fishery that ever crashed was the widely held belief that it couldn't be harmed. I know, I know...the Jack Fish ruined Lake Manitoba...not poor management and people.
  2. There you have it: Hubris.
  3. Here's where the big ones are going. We all knew this, but here's a video post on fb recently. Here's a link to the video if it's not loading.
  4. Winnipeg 2017

    I was up last weekend. It was my 3rd trip of the year. I canceled my rooms for my March trip. Call the Hamilton House...2 rooms just opened up for the 8-11th of March. There's a ton of Walleyes in LW, but debatable how many big ones. Big fish seem to be in decline. Pick any reason you want, but it's a fact. The big fish are nowhere near as prevalent. That doesn't mean you won't catch one...or multiple...but you're going to have to work. If you're not in the fish, move. If you find fish, but not bigger ones...move. I'm a mover...I'll move 5 times in a day easy. I know guys who will wait it out all day and they might be the guys who catch some big fish, but they're usually the guys who only catch a few eaters and nothing big. just my opinion. Good luck and above all, don't let all the fisherman completely devoid of courtesy be justification to abandon yours.