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From a friend of ours over on the local forums, Jim K.

 

Cool Footage:

 

 

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That is awesome!  I love that he got a shot that sturgeon.  That video just made me want to bounce a tube.

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Check out his other videos.  This is just the most recent.  Jim is an avid fisherman, and shares these as a sort of "scene report" to help local guys out.  Basically, this video shows them starting to school up on ledges.  Pretty cool stuff.

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That is cool footage J.

And I actually enjoyed the guitar quite a bit.

Relaxing . . .

:smiley:

A-Jay

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Will always be my favorite water to fish.... Absolutely love it... Thanks for the video...

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John were both having smallie withdrawal lets go fish the river. 

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Thanks for all the kind words guys. Dove the river yesterday, and the moss wasn't too bad. Light stain with about 10- 12 visibility. Same deal with the bass. find one , there's more there. Gotta go, we are heading out perch fishing from sturgeon Point. 

 

Jim

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2 hours ago, jim k said:

Thanks for all the kind words guys. Dove the river yesterday, and the moss wasn't too bad. Light stain with about 10- 12 visibility. Same deal with the bass. find one , there's more there. Gotta go, we are heading out perch fishing from sturgeon Point. 

 

Jim

Really enjoyed the video... Solid work... My brother in law and his brother(rip) used to dive the river all of the time.. I absolutely love fishing the river...

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really cool video. I need to give the river a try next year 

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Just to show my complete ignorance...

 

      ...does that represent an extremely rich fish population?

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Thanks for making these videos @jim k, really well done and definitely sheds some light on what anglers face in that water body.

 

The current reminds me of the St. Lawrence; have you ever had a chance to dive there?

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11 hours ago, XpressJeff said:

Just to show my complete ignorance...

 

      ...does that represent an extremely rich fish population?

 

From following Jim's videos, the populations move, and are transitory.  In the walleye videos, he was saying he didn't see large schools, but pods of 5 or so.  There's a lot of food in the goby population, so the predators can just wander and eat at will.  It's very fertile.  @jim k might be able to give you a more precise answer, though.

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Nice footage. Did everything clear out of there when the musky showed up? Sometimes I wonder if that's what's happening when I'm on a big school of bass and they suddenly disappear. I've followed up by throwing muskie baits in those situations but never had any luck.

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3 minutes ago, portiabrat said:

Did everything clear out of there when the musky showed up?

 

A couple of his videos show this, clear as day.  Everything gets out of the way for a big Esox.

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