I like to catch fish too, y'know. Do you have a website? A optimist waits for the wind to change There were quite a few members here disgusted by the site of smelts left on shore in Queenston earlier this year so I fail to see the difference. I have not tried them Yet. Simply cut the top off a can of pop and force a skewer through the side at both the top end and the bottom.
Bait shops all around here have a lot of live bait customers, mostly visiting campers not wanting to invest in expensive equipment and tackle for use only a few weeks a year. Water conditions mucky and churned up, wind north westerly will swing north east looking wet most of the day. Catch reports for the east after that I have not had any news of. Any other time of the year you have no idea that a big bass will ever pickup a live bait in shallow water where you can see the bass before setting up to catch it. The mornings rising tide brought a few mackerel on the west though not in huge numbers due to water clarity being poor.
This morning has started busy with a 10am high tide 9am Mackerel starting to show on the west, unsure if also like yesterday on the East. Tues 5th July Overnight report both walls saw some decent runs of Mackerel yesterday eveing and first light today. Saturday 6Th august Saturday 6th August Overnight fishing was poor mainly horse mackerel and mackerel to show for their efforts This morning a few mackerel caught, nothing special water still cloudy due to a picking up south westerly, which deteriorates this evening south westerly WILL effect the west arm tonight with a closure for overnight and al of Sunday on the west weather warning for Sunday probably effecting both walls by midday FRESH BAIT black lug king rag and peeler's more later F bits and pieces on both wall through the day but no "specials" hard work seems the term of the day A weather warning in place as west wall expected to close on the SW winds. No catch reports for the arms.
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