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  1. Thanks Adam - all the info I needed
  2. Has anyone been to Wabamun lately? Last time I checked, in the spring, the outlets weren't flowing and the Pike fishing sucked from the channels... I'm wondering if anyone has been there recently.
  3. Way to take the initiative on that one. May this lake doesn't pan out. But I'm sure another one will. Keep going.
  4. Can I ask what flies you were using? Any of the recent Michael Dell ties?
  5. What flies are you using on the Pike at Mayatan? Post a pic? And... do you know if the shallow area past the channel is any good at this time of year?
  6. Last year at Chickakoo I caught a couple of bigger fish. It must have winterkilled this past winter because my last outing was cookie cutter rainbows in line with Scratch's description of "small aquarium" size... well, maybe a little bit bigger - but not much.
  7. I went out to Chickakoo this morning. It was the busiest I'd seen this lake before. Mostly there was just the usual hardware, bait, and treble hook crowd fishing from shore. But there were another 3 boats on the water besides me. However, when I had landed my third fish at the end of my first half hour on the water... I think I understood why it was so busy. I only caught rainbows. Caught about 9 landed about 6. One of them jumped a good 5 feet in the air to throw my hook. Those silly little acrobats. Pretty sure if I'd brought a sinking line I could have gone deeper and got some brookies. I was kicking myself for leaving it at home. The entire lake slowed down when the sun came out at noon.
  8. This is the fly that caught 2 pike in 2 hours at Mayatan Lake.
  9. I was hoping to check out some Pike on the Fly action at Mayatan Lake as per a recent suggestion. Has anyone else been to Mayatan Lake? It sounds like it's hard to find - Where's the best access? How's it fishing? OutCast :fish_jump:
  10. If I recall correctly Saskatchewan is a Cree word meaning "the river that flows swiftly". Ironic that we forget what it means and need these reminders. Thanks Dave. I saw some risers the other day too. Went to fish under the Capilano Bridge but had a change of heart. The water is pretty swift, dirty, and... stinky - at least at this location. OutCast
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