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news from northern quebec
« on: Nov 14, 2004, 07:06 PM »
hi,I'm a new user and i like ice fishing.here the small lake are frozen.we have 12 inches of snow.we gonna fish on the mid December.we catch walleye,pike,trout,lake trout.this year 
we gonna try catch some camo fish.there's not plenty of that only small one.(6 inches)
if you have any question about fishing Quebec just ask and i try to answer. :)

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Re: news from northern quebec
« Reply #1 on: Nov 14, 2004, 07:39 PM »
Hi ICEBIGBOY

WHERE do you come frome ,,,,,,,,and where is the 12 inch snow,,,,,and where are
those lake frozen????????

thanks a lot buddy

where in the province off quebec are you?

take care


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Re: news from northern quebec
« Reply #2 on: Nov 14, 2004, 09:00 PM »
Anyone looking for some camofish, these are alittle bigger than 6" though.

or something like this

And I'm sorry to say to catch some camofish, it will be a drive. But, if anyone would like to come over my way I would be glad to take anyone out, the hotel rates are cheaper in the winter around here, just don't have room to put anyone up.  :D
iceBB- I like your walleyes much better, can't wait to see some this year.

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Re: news from northern quebec
« Reply #3 on: Nov 18, 2004, 02:18 PM »
hi joco,
            I'm from chibougamau,its about 750 km north of Montreal.i can say that we're on another land out here.we lost some snow because of the warm weather this week.(5 degrees Celsius).in January we have 36 inches thick of ice and the temp is minus 30 often.
(no kidding).


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Re: news from northern quebec
« Reply #4 on: Nov 18, 2004, 02:28 PM »
hi camo fish,
                  you have beautiful picture.were do you from?.maybe  i go your way and catch that kind of camofish! ;)

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Re: news from northern quebec
« Reply #5 on: Nov 18, 2004, 07:25 PM »
Salut   ICEBIGBOY

donc tu vient de chibougamau,,,,,,,je vais peut etre alle travaile dans ton coin un jour
(barrage )    ,,,,,,,,,,nous etions suposse alle au festival du dores a chapais l ete passe pas tres loin de toi..........donc vas tu au saguenay pour esaye le requin :o
dans le fjord..............nou s avons ici ousi 3 pieds de glace rendu au moi de mars
quelque fois moin tout dependant la temperature,,,,,,,,,,,,quelle sorte de poissons
prend tu las bas?

joco   (hope you speak french buddy ;)

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Re: news from northern quebec
« Reply #6 on: Nov 19, 2004, 08:42 AM »
hi camo fish,
                  you have beautiful picture.were do you from?.maybe  i go your way and catch that kind of camofish! ;)
I'm about 5 hours due East of Buffalo out I-90, on the eastern side of NY state.  :P long drive, a?

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Re: news from northern quebec
« Reply #7 on: Nov 19, 2004, 05:27 PM »
salut joco,
               D'ou vient-tu?si tu viens travailler dans mon coin lâche moi un call et on se fait une petite pêche!ha,ha.je vais pêcher une fois par année sur le saguenay avec mon cousin qui reste a jonquière.on prend du sébaste de la morue de l'éperlan.pour se qui est des requins il ne s'en prends pas beaucoup je crois.je pêche a st-rose du nord et il ne s'ai pas pris de requins depuis 1988.c'est vraiment super pêcher la-bas.ici a chiboug on prends du doré,touladie,truite moucheté,brochet.on a hâte que ça gèle. :)

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Re: news from northern quebec
« Reply #8 on: Nov 19, 2004, 05:42 PM »

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its a long drive like you say ,ha.we normally have no problem with driving far but that far :P
didn't knows lake frozen over there.(never ask myself).it open my mind.when you think you will be able to go ice fishing this years?

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Re: news from northern quebec
« Reply #9 on: Nov 19, 2004, 09:02 PM »
we're on normally around Christmas but for sure by mid-jan. but I did much better last year into Feb. and first half of March. what kind of fishin you looking for. eating or C&R. you guys have a long ice season, probably 2 months longer than us. I have a wacky work schedule too, mostly get out during the middle of the week, I like that cause everyone else is working M-F and I'm out on the lake with minimal people around.

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Re: news from northern quebec
« Reply #10 on: Nov 21, 2004, 09:04 PM »
we're on normally around Christmas but for sure by mid-jan. but I did much better last year into Feb. and first half of March. what kind of fishin you looking for. eating or C&R. you guys have a long ice season, probably 2 months longer than us. I have a wacky work schedule too, mostly get out during the middle of the week, I like that cause everyone else is working M-F and I'm out on the lake with minimal people around.
you have not much time for your sport.normaly here we're fishing from mid-december to the end of april.we are very lucky.we looking for the walleye mostly and we are eating the smallest one.we take pike and give it to people who like it.at night we take lotte(don't know how translate)it's like eel with long tale.augly fish but delicious in fish'n'chip.

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Re: news from northern quebec
« Reply #11 on: Nov 22, 2004, 11:21 AM »
sALUT ICEBIGBOY

JE VIENT DE HULL/ottawa  je travail a H.Q. donc peut etre alle dans ton coin je travail
seulement dans les barrages,,,,,,,,,,,,,

nous ici nous pechons le dores et le brochet et perchaudes etautre petit poisson,,,,,
mais la truite est ferme dans notre coin,,,,,,,il y quelque annee j allais a la truite
grise et nous prenions beacoups(tres facile sur la glace)maitenans je me consentre sur le dores,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

est ce la truite ne ferme j amais dans ton coin?


bonne saisson de peche sur glace :D


joco ;)

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Re: news from northern quebec
« Reply #12 on: Nov 22, 2004, 02:02 PM »
resalut jocco,
                   ici nous pêchons plus le touladie et la lotte au mois de janvier et février.nous commencons a pêcher le doré au mois de mars car avant c'est très dur dans prendre.la truite est ouverte sur 5 lacs autour de la ville a partir de la mi-décembre.nous pêchons la moucheter partout a l'ouverture le 24 avril si la glace le permet et c'est très bon.

si tu as des trucs pour que je prenne des doré en début de saison gêne toi pas. :)

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Re: news from northern quebec
« Reply #13 on: Nov 24, 2004, 02:24 PM »
Salut icebigboy

Je demenage dans le coin d'estrie et j'ai fait beaucoup de peche pour le dore l'hiver. Au debut de l'anner tu peut les trouver dans loins pas tres creux. Le meilleure spot serait un banc pres de l'eau creux. Si il ya a de l'herbe c'est encore mieux mais fais sur que l'herber n'est pas brun. Si l'herbe est brun ils sont mort et il produit le dioxide de carbon qui enleve de l'oxygen du poisson. Plus tard durant l'annee quand la glace devient plus epait et la neige empeche le soleil de penetrer la glace se qui empeche les herbe de vivre. As ce temps peche dans l'eau plus creut relativement au lac que tu peche. Si la profondeur moyenne est de 10-15 pieds et il a un creux de 30-40 pieds il vont etre la.

Pour hamecons j'aime bien les cuillere swedish pimple, Northland rattle spoon et lindy rattle spoon. Les jigging rapala sont aussi tres efficace mais sa prend de la pratique avec. Tu peux aussi te servir des jigs avec menes

Je pensais que la touladi etait ferme en hiver au quebec?

Bonne chance
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Re: news from northern quebec
« Reply #14 on: Nov 24, 2004, 05:17 PM »
HEY salut sturgeon

comment vas tu,,, est ce que tu peche beaucoups sur la glace,,,,de quelle region est tu originaire?

je suis de ottawa/hull  et il y beaucoups de peche sur glace dans la region,,,,,,
il y a de tres beau tournois de peche sur glace oussi.........il y en n a un qui est tres bon,,,,,,,,,,,nous etion 900 pecheur l an passe,,,,,,,,,,,

sur un tout petit lac en ontario pret d ici presque 40000 en prix

le tournoi dure 3 h 50$ le trou,,,,,,,les 15 plus gros gagne quelque sois la sorte...
ceci sont les chifre de l an passe,,,,,,,,,il y a eu presque 310 brochet de pris
c est fou les gens cour avec leurre chaudiere avec leur poisson dedans pour les faire pesse et ensuite les remetre a l eaux       ,,,,,,,,,,ses vraiment super,,,,,,,,,,

sa se fait a alexandria a 80 km de ottawa  tres interesent j invite tous les gens a venir,,,,,,,,,,vous pouvez gagne des 4 roue,,generatrice etc etc

bonne saison a tous

joco

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Re: news from northern quebec
« Reply #15 on: Nov 24, 2004, 07:16 PM »
bonjour joco.....Maurice...aka as Grump.....nice to see some posts from the Quebec forum....but for our friends to the south...except the bayou....no one can follow whats happening in your neck of the woods...... :'( :'( :'(...Grump

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Re: news from northern quebec
« Reply #16 on: Nov 24, 2004, 11:50 PM »

salut sturgeon,
                      tu dit que je peut trouver les doré dans les baies pas trop profonde près d'une fosse plus creuse?il n'y a pas d'herbier ou lon pêche.je pêche aussi avec des 
swedish pimple argenter surtout.je vais regarder les deux autres sortes et je les essais si il y a lieu.les rapalas ne sont pas très efficace ici.l'hiver ont a le droit juste a l"éperlan mort ici.on mets juste la tête avec un jig(c'est un truc que j'ai pris sur se site l'an passé)et c'est assez efficace.
comme je disait le touladi est ouvert juste sur 5 lacs près de la ville.je pense qu'elle doit etre ouverte a d'autre endroit aussi.
dans quelle coin de l'estrie est-tu?
merci pour les conseils ;)

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Re: news from northern quebec
« Reply #17 on: Nov 25, 2004, 12:00 AM »
bonjour joco.....Maurice...aka as Grump.....nice to see some posts from the Quebec forum....but for our friends to the south...except the bayou....no one can follow whats happening in your neck of the woods...... :'( :'( :'(...Grump
hi grumpymoe,
                      i understand you and i will try to translate my future replies.don't call me bayou again ha,ha (i don't even knows what that is  ???) ;

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Re: news from northern quebec
« Reply #18 on: Nov 25, 2004, 07:54 AM »
Hey Icebigboy

    I am writing in english so everybody can understand.Yeah for locating walleye in the spring try looking for a long point near a bay that has some deep water nearby. I know this sounds like a lot of things to look for but it will give you a lot of different structure to fish in one area. During the sunny days they can be in the deep part of the lake, at dusk and dawn they will probably go shallower to feed. The Rapala are really good on clear water.

I am originally from Sturgeon Falls Ontario but I am moving to the Sherbrooke area.

Jcco, I am interested to get more info about that tournament. Its 50$/hole? are you only allowed one hole? When does it start? I know where alexendria is I pass the turn off on the 401 when I go to Sherbrooke from Hamilton, On
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Re: news from northern quebec
« Reply #19 on: Nov 25, 2004, 09:31 AM »
Hi sturgeon

i will chek it for you and post all the info soon on here,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,yes it is 50 for one hole and you can have more,,,,,,,,pay more,,,,,,,but you need a bucket on heatch ol whit your name and number yes..........



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Re: news from northern quebec
« Reply #20 on: Nov 25, 2004, 10:46 AM »
bonjour joco.....Maurice...aka as Grump.....nice to see some posts from the Quebec forum....but for our friends to the south...except the bayou....no one can follow whats happening in your neck of the woods...... :'( :'( :'(...Grump
hi grumpymoe,
                      i understand you and i will try to translate my future replies.don't call me bayou again ha,ha (i don't even knows what that is  ???) ;
The bayou is way in the deep southern united states where they speak french he wasn't calling you bayou  ;) ;D great to have you guys on here what do you mainly fish for where you live??

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Re: news from northern quebec
« Reply #21 on: Nov 25, 2004, 01:24 PM »

The bayou is way in the deep southern united states where they speak French he wasn't calling you bayou  ;) ;D great to have you guys on here what do you mainly fish for where you live??
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hi trophy hunter,
                       i know that i wasn't call me bayou.just kiddin. ;D thank for the history lesson.this was not my favorite matter at school.
here we're looking for walleye and burbot(ellpout).the small lake are frozen but the bigger one are still open water.the problem is that we icefishing on the big one :'(
we have enough snow to take out the snowmobile.the weather announcement for the week is cold so..... ;D

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Re: news from northern quebec
« Reply #22 on: Nov 25, 2004, 02:51 PM »
Awesome walleyes and burbot are two of my favorites to catch perch too how do you target burbot?I usually incedentily hook into them perch fishing and I would like to target them this winter thanks! :) Hope you get ice soon!!

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Re: news from northern quebec
« Reply #23 on: Nov 26, 2004, 09:44 AM »
Awesome walleyes and burbot are two of my favorites to catch perch too how do you target burbot?I usually incidentally hook into them perch fishing and I would like to target them this winter thanks! :) Hope you get ice soon!!
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well,I'm not sure what do you mean by targeting (I'm not to much bilingual)but here we catch burbot only at night.you have to know that the burbot go deep water in the day(up to 100 feets and you can catch them at day) and move all the range of water at night.we take them with dead smelt.we use big hook because they swallows it into stomach.sometime they bite two bait at the same time.it's a ravenous fish.
do you eat that kind of fish?
it is very delicious.(and very ugly)

this winter we gonna try perch fishing and i will certainly needs tips.  ;)

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Re: news from northern quebec
« Reply #24 on: Nov 26, 2004, 10:20 AM »
sorry icebigboy by target i mean fish for them on purpose thanks for the tips.Now if you want tips on perch i got a lot 1st thing is light line 4-6lb line and small jigs 1/16oz even 1/32oz  with frozen salted minnows for bait if they are biting like crazy i like to cut a 2.5 inch stip of belly meat from the perch and put that on the jig works very good and stays on the hook good.I catch a lot of perch in 10 -12 feet of water and very close to bottom they are a lot of fun. ;D I agree burbot are kind of ugly but you are right they are very tasty!!

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Re: news from northern quebec
« Reply #25 on: Nov 27, 2004, 12:04 AM »
thanks for the tips trophy hunter.i don't know if I'm gonna find small jig as you said but i check it out.we don't have the right fishing with minnow but smelt must do the job or worm.do you eat the perch?somebody tell me that there were very tasty maybe tastiest
as walleye? :tipup: :)

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« Reply #26 on: Nov 27, 2004, 12:46 AM »
do you eat the perch?somebody tell me that there were very tasty maybe tastiest
as walleye? :tipup: :)
some say it's the poor man's shrimp...beer-batter and deepfried..MMMM...or just simple walleye'd fried in the skillet...MMMM...can't wait for some ice around here... ;D

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Re: news from northern quebec
« Reply #27 on: Nov 27, 2004, 09:09 AM »
Icebigboy the yellow perch is delicious I think better than walleye!!!filet the same way as walleye and cook the filets just like you would with a walleye.If you don't have shiner minnows smelt should work just use a small peice like just the head.Then when you catch a perch pop his eye out and use that for bait sounds gross but she works!! or cut a thin strip of belly meat off the perch.If you can't find 1/16 oz or 1/32 oz a 1/8 oz jig will work too I'll look for some good jigs and send you the web-site :)

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Re: news from northern quebec
« Reply #28 on: Nov 27, 2004, 07:15 PM »
Icebigboy the yellow perch is delicious I think better than walleye!!!fillet the same way as walleye and cook the filet's just like you would with a walleye.If you don't have shiner minnows smelt should work just use a small piece like just the head.Then when you catch a perch pop his eye out and use that for bait sounds gross but she works!! or cut a thin strip of belly meat off the perch.If you can't find 1/16 oz or 1/32 oz a 1/8 oz jig will work too I'll look for some good jigs and send you the web-site :)
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trophy hunter we can't take any part of the fish that we take.just part of smelt.I'll try part of it.i think it work.i can't wait to taste that kind of fish.mmmm sound good.  :P
thank  for the link i"ll look at that.
by the way i went to the big lake for some ice today but is was not frozen :'(
just a quarter of a inch.

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Re: news from northern quebec
« Reply #29 on: Nov 27, 2004, 07:38 PM »
icebigboy......1/4" ice????just wait a little ;D    Big Walleye..(Lachapelle.).....and Grump....(LeGros) on the Hice today.. ;D ;D                                                                                                                                                                                                       ........did i spell Hice correctly???? :roflmao:....Grump

 



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