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Thursday, February 25, 2010

90% of the Fish, 10% of the Lake

Lake of Bays is a big lake. A deep lake. It's got plenty of fish in it, at all seasons. The trick, as everyone knows, is to be fishing in the right place at the right time.

Fishermen will tell you that 90% of the fish are in 10% of the lake, and 90% of the fishermen are in the other 90%...
This is why they call it "Fishing", and not "Catching."

Vic and John (seen here with his fish collection) join us regularly to seek out the trout. They know the lake. They have their secret places, carefully guarded.

So does Peter Wasag, who not only knows his fish, he knows Lake of Bays. So fishermen should take note of what he has to say.

1 comment:

  1. Hey Nancy,
    Thanks for commenting on Peter Wasag's Lake of Bays fishing experiences. Peter has fished all over and Lake of Bays is a favourite of his.