R.O.C. (Radio Operator's Certificate)
Pretty awesome. Albert & I left Simcoe this morning at 5:00 am. We met Emil (Icefisherman) at Burwell. By 11:20 this morning we were putting our gear away because we had 18 walleye and 6 rainbow in the box.I have no idea why the walleye are so big but a don't think we even lost one under 4 or 5 pounds. Pictured below is Emil with a 30.5" fish that weighed over 9 pounds. We didn't weigh or measure mine but it's huge. We fished SE of the harbour starting in 58 fow and caught fish just about non stop until we reached 64 fow when done. I caught using the traditional "chicken wing" spoon down 27-37 on the rigger. Emil was killing them with his "Target" worm using 4 to 7 colour lead core. Albert caught trolling an old "silver/blue Bomber" clean and any chartreuse worm harness was hot off the dipsey divers back 90-110 feet on #3. Anything and everything worked. Emil even had a few bows attack his Target worm. He didn't land any but that's how hot it was.