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Posted on June 3, 2015 by

Fury Flashback – Little Vermilion June 2007

We have been pretty spoiled when it comes to pike fishing. We have had the opportunity to fish some of the best pike water in the world, not once, but twice! Originally we visited Sportsman’s Lodge on Little Vermilion Lake in 2005 and we were promised big pike. Not only did we catch big pike, but we got a lot of pike. Finding fish was easy on our first trip, but in 2007 things were very different on Little Vermilion. We faced extremely cold weather and high winds at the end of May and leading into June. We battled through snow and rain early on, and by our last day of fishing the sun was shining and the weather warmed up. We didn’t catch as many fish, but we had several fish over 40 inches, and a couple that weren’t too far from 50.

Jon with a beefy Little Vermilion pike!

Clive with his biggest pike to date!

Take a look at our original report for Little Vermilion Lake 2007

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Posted on June 27, 2013 by

New Photo Gallery From Mystery Lake

We’ve got 60 new photos from Mystery Lake to top off the spring fishing season. We were lucky enough to spend both bass and musky opener there and even though the weather didn’t cooperate we had several successful outings. Thanks to “The Famous Believer”, one of our top five spring musky lures, Mike was a musky catching machine!

Big Musky

Photo Gallery: Bass and Musky Fishing on Mystery Lake – Spring 2013

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Posted on June 27, 2013 by

The Bassassins – Marvellous Musky

The Bassassins are back again with another fantastic video. While fishing some of their favourite spots on the Rideau River for bass they hooked into this trophy 47″ musky on a soft plastic! That’s a huge musky on what looks like a medium action spinning rod. Can you imagine the fight?!

The weather has been all over the place this summer and that has been moving the water levels up and down in some of our favorite fishing spots. Today we were finally able to hit our home stretch for some bass and ended up with this HUGE surprise in the shallows of the Rideau. She must have been hungry to hit Basstards soft plastic but we won’t complain. PB for the Bassassins at 47″ and a fish we won’t soon forget.

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