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Ontario Canada Fly In Fishing Reports by LM Fly-in Outposts

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Lake: Wright

Dates: 8/7-8/14/2010

Group: Morton

Report: We had a good week of fishing. The best fishing walleye days were on Kaminiskeg lake. We caught afew doz walleyes in the high teens and low 20's in length. We fished Kaminskeg 3 days, middle of the day was the best fishing we ever had in our 9 trips to Canada. The rest of the fishing on Wright was moderate. We were not able to locate a consistent place to catch walleye. We did take 1 day and hiked the old trail to the closed mine area, round trip over 21 miles.

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Lake: Austin

Dates: 8/7-8/14/2010

Group: Jarvis

Report: Awesome experience! Just the 2 of us for a week. Did alot of relaxing. Great weather. Caught plenty of walleyes for eat'n. Caught a 34 inch pike just in front of the dock.

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Lake: Dobie

Dates: 8/11-8/15/2010

Group: Worre

Report: Walleyes were snapping!!! First father/son (5 fathers/5 sons) trip, tons of walleyes all over the lake. Biggest walleye 25 inches. Many 23-24 1/2. Biggest northern 32 1/2 inches, but was over 10 pounds. Northerns of size were tough to find. All in all a wonderful trip, excellent accomodations, and memories to last a lifetime!!! Thanks L & M! We will be back!

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Lake: Fawcett

Dates: 8/13-8/17/2010

Group: Groppoli

Report: Weather varible. 1st day 88 degrees and muggy. Last day 48 degrees, wind, and driving rain all day. Largest walleye 25 inches. Largest pike 35 inches. Best fishing during our week in Gull, but it was so rough with waves I saw white caps in my minnow bucket. Cabin, equipment, and service was great. No problem catching 16-18 inch walleyes.

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Lake: Otatakan

Dates: 8/8-8/17/2010

Group: Blankenship

Report: Cabin, boats, and everything was top notch! Had a few days of wind and rain, but hey thats alright! Caught plenty of walleyes and northerns. Great trip!! Thanks Larry, Mary, and Shane! Caught a 4 1/2 pound walleye off the point where the cabin is on the last cast of the last day, nice fish to end the trip on.

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Lake: Austin

Dates: 8/14-8/19/2010

Group: Strunk

Report: Windy rainy weather for a few days, pretty good fishing after the sun came out. Cabin was great, the generator feature was a nice thing to have. Fun trip overall.

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Lake: Wright

Dates: 8/14-8/19/2010

Group: Wilberts

Report: We had windy cold and rainy weather for 2 1/2 days, dispite this we caught plenty of 17-22 inch walleyes. We caught 32-38 inch northerns. As always the L & M equipment, facilities, and service were great!

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Lake: Otatakan

Dates: 8/17-8/21/2010

Group: Reicks

Report: Fishing very good on reefs around 15-20 feet of water. Caught on avg 50-60 fish per person per day. Numberous 18-20 inch walleyes with several 22-23 inches. Biggest 23 inches. Largest northern 37 inches caught in the river.

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Lake: Dobie

Dates: 8/15-8/21/2010

Group: Godfrey

Report: 5th trip in 4 years with L & M. 2nd trip this year. We had a severe cold front for our first 3 days with lots of wind. Water temp dropped 10 degrees in 2 days. Fishing was slow for Dobie standards these 3 days. Temps warmed some the last 3 days and the fishing improved. 2 of the last 3 days we caught over 100 fish per boat. No big fish this trip. 35 inch northern and 21 inch walleye won the $$$. Laminte flooring in the cabin is nice. Nice to have running water and lights in the fish cleaning house too. Saw 1 big bull Caribou at, now called, Caribou Crossing. You guys at L & M have been great. This was my 17th fly in, I know how good you guys are!

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Lake: Wright

Dates: 8/19-8/24/2010

Group: Martin

Report: All lakes produced good numbers and sized fish. Graniteboss and Kamiskeg were good for walleye, and all covers of Wright were good for northern pike. Hard time catching walleyes less than 18 inches to eat. Didnt fish for northerns until the last day, largest pike 35 inches.

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Lake: Fawcett

Dates: 8/17-8/24/2010

Group: Darling

Report: Fishing started slow and ended HOT! Largest pike was 36 inches, largest walleye 28 inches. Tons of walleye 18-21 inches. Multiple pike from 30-34 inches. Spinner baits for pike and spec rigs for walleye. Also caught 2 perch. Shane, Larry, and Mary were fantastic as usual. The accomindations were great! We'll be back. The 28 incher was caught as a doube (the spec rig has 2 hooks). Caught the 28 incher on the 1 and a 24 incher on the other.

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Lake: Dobie

Dates: 8/21-8/25/2010

Group: Rauenhorst

Report: Great accomodations and equipment. You wont find nicer hosts! Nice weather and great fishing 1st 2 days. Unstable weather and good fishing the last 2 days. Walleyes up to 24 inches, lots between 16-20 inches. My grandaughter caught the biggest northern...36 1/2 inches on 4 pound line! It doesnt get any better than that! Outstanding trip!

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Lake: Otatakan

Dates: 8/21-8/28/2010

Group: Works

Report: First we want to thank Larry, Mary, and Shane for going out of there way so we coould have a great week. Fishing was slow but still caught plenty to eat. Very windy. Sandy caught the biggest in there boat at 22 1/2 inch walleye. Amy biggest in our boat 19 1/2 inches.

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Lake: Fawcett

Dates: 8/24-8/28/2010

Group: Jannke

Report: The lake was amazing, fishing was great, and the cabin and views were unreal. Several big walleye caught in the narrows including 2, 26 inch walleyes, and a 27 1/2 incher. Biggest pike 36 inches.

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Lake: Dobie

Dates: 8/25-8/29/2010

Group: Douglas

Report: Beautiful camp, clean and very well taken care of. Caught 100+ walleye casual fishing with the wife and I. Larger lake than we are use to but lots of differnt hot spots to be found. Largest walleye 23 inches caught by the cabin. Had windy conditions part of the trip. Love to bring the kids next time out.

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Lake: Wright

Dates: 8/24-8/29/2010

Group: Schier

Report: Weather was bad for acouple of days with high winds and rain. Fishing on Wright during this time was alittle slow. But did catch some nice pike. 40 inch, 38 inch, acouple 37 inch pike caught. Had a great day up at Strout with 100+ fish both walleyes and northern. Another great trip. L & M's the best. We will be back.

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Lake: Fawcett

Dates: 8/28-9/4/2010

Group: Flowers

Report: Rain, Lightening, Thunder, and wind the first 5 days. Able to fish 4-5 hours per day. Wind and rain with 3-4 foot waves the last 2 days. Fishing poor due to weather. Cabin great, Larry, Mary, and Shane great. We'll try again next year.

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Lake: Otatakan

Dates: 8/28-9/4/2010

Group: Larson

Report: Cabin was very clean, had all the supplies needed for the trip. Fishing was good, and all the supplies where available for cooking. Boats ran great and were ready to go. It was an all around great family fishing vacation. Thank you (The Adams Family) for everything.

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Lake: Dobie

Dates: 8/29-9/4/2010

Group: Rose

Report: Dobie and the L & M crew have us another trip (our 10th L & M trip). Caught lots of walleye, mostly on artificial bait. Weather was fierce, high wind and rain for 4 days. This limited out mobility on the lake. Cabin, boats, motors, Larry, Mary, and Shane all top notch.

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Lake: Fawcett

Dates: 9/4-9/7/2010

Group: Tiffany

Report: Sunny and breezy for 3 days. Fishing was very good for the 2 of us (husband/wife trip). Largest walleye 28 inches caught by Marianne. Several in the 23-25 inches. First day fishing we caught over 150 walleyes in the river by the cabin.

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For those who have been reading our reports I would like to thank all of you for doing so. This wraps up our 2010 season as of 9/7/2010.

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What the last reports for 2010? Cripes I am going to have to start at the top and reread them over and over just to get my Canada wishful thinking trip fix. Thanks L&M I hope to be able to bring my two young son's up sometime soon.

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Hey Calvin n Hobbs, Each year is differnt, some years we run later than other years for the fall season, this year is one of the years we didnt have much interest for later fall trips so we wrapped it up earilier than normal. Glad you did enjoy the reports though this summer. When the time is right to bring your sons up, be happy to help you out on a trip.

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L&M how come you guys wrap it up so soon in the fall season? Are you switching over to deer and moose hunting?

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Not enough demand to stay open for fishermen longer into the year. Each Sept is differnt, some are nice and some can be nasty cold. After a group gets snowed on they generally want to go earilier in the year on there next trip to get nicer weather... Our lakes are pretty far north of the border. For the small % of clients who like to go late Sept to go fishing its not economically profitable to stay open considering the flight distances we fly to the lakes. If the economy picks up where more people want to go fishing in Sept we'll be happy to stay open longer as then it would become worthwhile buissness wise.

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