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May 15, 2006



this artical helped me a lot. i have a cottage on barntable bay in bayshore village. I went into the river on the bay on july 4th and caught 4 large mouth bass and 2 pike in 8 hours. this lake is amazing.

i was wondering how many pike are in fairy lake about

would you recomend fishing there off the shores??? and there are alot of water falls and rapids so i dont think alot of the pike survive

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i like this part of the post:"Anglers are quick to point out the warmer the weather the better, since it will induce weed growth, which pike relate to for forage and habitat, along with warming up water temperatures." is verygood


the pike in lake simcoe can only grow up to 10 pounds so if you are looking for big pike than you should look in to another area but still i have alot of fun on lake simcoe so great fishing, PEACE

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Mccrearysbeach.com was a great cottage with a wonderful spot on the lake! The wildlife was abundant -friendly chipmunks, ducks, geese, loooons, tons of Monarch butterflies, chatty crows, jumping fish and lots of hummingbirds!! We had a great, relaxing -hot- week!

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When he's not writing sports for the Markham Economist & Sun, Mike can be found in his other beat: the outdoors. An outdoor writer for 22 years, his work has appeared in community newspapers and magazines, including Ontario Out of Doors. And he knows of what he writes, having helped run the Oshawa-Whitby This Week Salmon Derby. Mike's an avid traveller and big-time follower of pro and NCAA sports. Email Mike


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