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  • 03-19-2015, 06:14 AM
    John Whyte
    Hi Rob and welcome
    There are a lot of large boats used for fishing in the area. I can't think of a better way to fish in the fall when its nasty out and the walleye start to come in. You can fish Lake Ontario for just about any species with that boat. A pair of riggers and your set to go trout and salmon. You might not be able to get in all those shallow bass spots but just about everything else is available.
  • 03-18-2015, 04:18 PM

    setting up larger boat

    My name is Rob and I have lived in the local area for 4 yrs. For the last 2yrs I have been boating around the Bay of Quinte.

    I'm interested at doing some fishing this summer around the Bay of Quinte and was wondering whether anybody does this on a larger boat. I have a 26' cruiser that I would like to use for fishing any advice would be greatly appreciated. Set ups , areas to fish in for that size boat or am I out to lunch and should stick to lake Ontario.

    This is the boat I was thinking of setting up.

    Thanks in advance for any input.

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