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Old 08-05-2017, 01:23 PM
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Fishing etiquette....or lack of

Spent the week fishing in Minaki with friends from Minnesota. On a couple occasions my buddy was lockported by a guy with a Lund Pro V glass, black and white with a 300 Verado....MB numbers on the side. Yesterday other friends from MB joined us so the 4 of us boats were slip bobbering a hump on Big Sand. All of a sudden this same Pro V decides to motor in right beside my marker, drop his bow mount and proceeds to fish right beside my Minnesota buddy. There was 4 guys in the Pro V, guys were smoking pot so my buddy asked him if the lake wasn't big enough for him. The driver of the Pro V proceeds to tell him that this was his spot, had it marked on his finder and he fishes that spot daily. Funny we fished it all week and never saw him at that spot. My buddy then casts his slip bobber towards him and the guy loses it on my buddy telling him he's gonna throw his f%#*>!~ anchor at him. Did I mention my buddy had his wife with him and their 2 10 year old boys?? He told his boys to never do what these guys did, and he made sure to tell them loud enough so the asshole could hear him.

Now my buddy says to me every time he's been to Canada he's always met great people, friendly people. First time he ran into an asshole Manitoba.

Ever wonder why us Tobans get a bad rap in Ontario??

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Old 08-06-2017, 12:37 AM
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Very unfortunate.I have had guys come into an area I am fishing but they ussaully have kept a respectable distance .I hope it doesn't occur to you again .
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Old 08-06-2017, 11:13 AM
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Sucks when it happens.
One summer, many years ago, we were up north fishing and the guide took us to "his spot".
Small little bay on a huge lake. Not even 10 mins after arriving another boat pulls in. Was feeling pretty annoyed until we realized one from the other group was John Candy. Turned into an awsome time. We all stayed at the same lodge, turned into a week to remember.
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Old 08-07-2017, 05:13 PM
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Spent the week fishing in Minaki with friends from Minnesota. On a couple occasions my buddy was lockported by a guy with a Lund Pro V glass, black and white with a 300 Verado....MB numbers on the side. Yesterday other friends from MB joined us so the 4 of us boats were slip bobbering a hump on Big Sand. All of a sudden this same Pro V decides to motor in right beside my marker, drop his bow mount and proceeds to fish right beside my Minnesota buddy. There was 4 guys in the Pro V, guys were smoking pot so my buddy asked him if the lake wasn't big enough for him. The driver of the Pro V proceeds to tell him that this was his spot, had it marked on his finder and he fishes that spot daily. Funny we fished it all week and never saw him at that spot. My buddy then casts his slip bobber towards him and the guy loses it on my buddy telling him he's gonna throw his f%#*>!~ anchor at him. Did I mention my buddy had his wife with him and their 2 10 year old boys?? He told his boys to never do what these guys did, and he made sure to tell them loud enough so the asshole could hear him.

Now my buddy says to me every time he's been to Canada he's always met great people, friendly people. First time he ran into an asshole Manitoba.

Ever wonder why us Tobans get a bad rap in Ontario??
Perhaps post a pic of him and his lovely boat complete with his low class remarks on line so we can all share.............
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Old 08-15-2017, 10:26 PM
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That suck had that happen allot fishing lake of the woods . It is to bad some people have no respect
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Old 08-17-2017, 10:12 AM
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i had it once so bad, my buddies line got caught in a prop, vertical jigging off the side of my boat... the guy almost broad sided us, i lost $300 shades in the water... and the GUY DIDNT EVEN SAY SORRY... just started screaming the weight shashed his prop to bits... and took off...

At least my boat was ok, and he lost his prop... tried to snag my shades for about 2 hours.... no luck
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Old 08-21-2017, 06:11 PM
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me and the missus were fishing off hnausa dock on lake Winnipeg last night and there were some nice native Americans fishing there! about every half hour a dirty diaper that they threw into the water would float by us.... not too mention the beer cans and other garbage left behind...
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Old 08-21-2017, 08:51 PM
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me and the missus were fishing off hnausa dock on lake Winnipeg last night and there were some nice native Americans fishing there! about every half hour a dirty diaper that they threw into the water would float by us.... not too mention the beer cans and other garbage left behind...
Seriously? I would have netted their shit and boated it back to them. Fawking disgusting
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Old 08-26-2017, 09:59 AM
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What is the respectable distance between dropping anchor / trolling around other boats?
I usually try to keep 100 yards minimum? But I often watch boats zoom past me within 30 yards while I'm obviously trolling with up to 5 line's out.
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Old 08-26-2017, 08:46 PM
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I try and give at least 3 boat lengths if I'm trolling by. Somewhat depends on the location, sometimes more than that.

As far as anchoring I won't anchor within 50 yards or so of somebody unless it is a tournament or some other scenario where there are tons of boats out. Casi in point Pine Falls in the fall. Even then I will keep at least a 3 boat length rule.
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Old 08-27-2017, 09:49 AM
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If you're fishing LOTW or Winnipeg River in NWO, there is no need to pull up on anyone fishing. There's plenty of places to fish and no need to pull up on anyone. If someone pulls up on my boat, I'll make a point of being a total asshole until they leave. I've passed up 5 or 6 places because there was already a boat there. Show some ****ing respect and learn how to fish well enough that you don't have to be pork and beaning your way around a lake.
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Lmao see it all the time. I grew up fishing in big sand and all these boats worth 70+ grand and they can't find a different fishing spot with all your high end shit bahahaha. Tools
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To be the devils advocate here, on tournament day this is very common place activity and no longer seen as "bad etiquette"? Maybe some guys are serious all the time and are aren't willing to pass up on a spot where they are marking big fish because someone with a 14' tinner is there first? Just figured id provide another vantage point to the discussion as this type of events aren't a rare occurrence.

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In past years I have fished Sioux Narrows area quite a bit and have gotten to know the area quite well. This year I am fishing in Kenora area and having to learn the area. There are so many spots to fish that there really is no reason to encroach on others but if you go out to Oliver or a few other places on the weekend you can see boats piled up like cord wood. With Navionics, lake master, AEM and auto charting there is no reason to not know what the structure is under the water. And even if you don't know where the fish are it is easy to see on the map based on where others are fishing. So even though I have just started fishing the Kenora area this year I already have about 20 "hotspots" marked on my maps to hit up depending on conditions.
I have had other boats Lockport me this year even when I am scouting for spots.
As we are leaving I usually tell them its a great spot and we just caught 50 fish but have to get back to camp.
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