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It’s my largest brown trout ever!
It is 30.5” and would be around 14-15 pounds in the wild...but it’s made out of rebar, welding wire and a chunk of oak! Comes in at a healthy 56 lbs...;)
It was pretty involved but fun to make! Happy New Year
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3 weeks ago
2019 Lake Ontario Tournament and Derby Dates
The most comprehensive list of tournaments on Lake Ontario. Be sure to bookmark the link above.
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1 month ago
We will this year.
Tim Skrip let’s fish em all!!
As the 2018 Fishing & Hunting seasons winds down to a close, I thought I would write a little year end review and thank you note to the LOU membership for making 2018 a record breaking year for us. The overall traffic to LOU surged a whopping 35.47% over last year - incredible! Typically we see 5-10% growth but this year was different. I have my own theories why (gets especially interesting around 7:40 minute marker; apparently fisherman/hunters don't like having their GPS coordinates recorded... who would have thought ) but first and foremost, I owe a big thank you to the LOU membership, moderators and captains/pro members that help keep this site going. I see LOU more as a family then a forum and that has always been the goal since day one. Now with over 20,000+ members, it's not to say we don't have our family fights here and there but that is to be expected. At the end of the year you can look around and see most on LOU are fighting for the same cause and foster a family-friendly atmosphere.
As we head into 2019, we recently released an updated version of the LOU App for both iPhone and Android. Many of you have updated to the latest version already. For those that haven't and are interested here are the links:
Lastly I wanted to wish you and your family a Merry Christmas and SAFE New Year. Thank you again to all the Pro Members who help pay for all the Christmas lights each year we break on this site..... yeah we break a lot of lights...
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2 months ago
Read the latest updates at LOU here:
The early cold has em going hard. My son filled our last doe tag yesterday morning. After dragging it out he went back up to get back on stand and a coyote was coming down the drag trail hot. We have had 2 come in on down deer while we were still in the stand. After deer season we'll start getting after them with the dogs, caller, and bait pile.
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2 months ago
What do you consider a Trophy Steelhead?
I caught my biggest steelhead to date in the river last weekend, the fish was 33" 13.2lbs. I decided to mount this fish because it is my biggest to date and I considered it a trophy IMO. Just wondering what everyone considers a trophy as far a minimum requirements before you would mount a fish?
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2 months ago
That's a beautiful fish and a trophy to many anglers. The more fish we catch the higher our standards become. I've had customers mount steelhead as small as 8lbs because they had never caught anything that big in their local streams or lakes. I've also had customers that refuse to mount anything less than 15lbs. Personally I feel that any steelhead over 12lbs is a trophy fish coming from Lake O or Lake Erie even though many people may disagree with that statement, that's just how I feel.
That is a beautiful Steelhead . For each a Trophy may be different based on how the fish was caught, what fight entailed or story behind it . I have caught Steelies or browns 11 to 19lbs not only the 19lbers were trophies. Today though it would be open to interpretation per each fish or experience, I would in size of terms have to say 36,37" , 16 to 18lbs would be specifically the bar measurement for my Trophy Classifications based solely on size and weight for me personally but I could still catch a Trophy that is 12 plus and depending on the terms it was caught under or the reward of the experience and memories, classify it a Trophy also..Two types of trophies in my opinion; true giants which are less statistically available or a fish which had a great story of pursuit, conquering and enjoyable memories built or even just coloration or uniqueness of the specimen...
First. For me. It depends on fish species and where it come from.. some areas have a larger abundance of big fish of certain species.. like for example. I am from PA.i fish PA,OH and NY great lakes.. a a 10 lb.. brown trout in PA. is of equal quality as a 15 lb. brown in NY.. just my thought. Same goes for other species. This was just my example
Nice fish, i've been there many times, never caught one that big..
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For Lady O? At least 15 lbs. Got an 18 a couple of Mays ago
After you get the meat you can stuff it
2 months ago
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Gabriel André Boivin😝
Joshua Lalonde Richard Hepton
Zoran Biljana Dimeski
Derrick Bonneau that's you for suree lmfao
Lol...yup..I resemble that remark...
Shane Allan Greenlee
Don't have to tag done it myself lol!!!!!
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ICE FISHING REPORTS FROM AROUND LAKE ONTARIO
Read the latest ice fishing reports already coming in on Lake Ontario United! Be sure to share this post so people can follow along. Winter looks to be coming early this year. Are you ready for the hard water season? Let's rock n' roll!
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3 months ago