WABASKANG LAKE PERRAULT FALLS, ONTARIO

6/9/02 @ 8:34 PM
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SIX PACK
SIX PACK
USER since 2/10/02
FISHED FIRST WEEK OF JUNE BEST FISHING IN ALL THE YEARS WE WENT. WALLEYES WERE IN 2 TO 8 FEET OF WATER 1/8 OZ. WHITE JIGS WORKED BEST. WALLEYES FROM 12 TO 27 INCHES BUT ONLY 1 OVER 18 INCHES ADAY MAY BE KEPT. LAKE TROUT WERE ACTIVE BEST WAS A 12 POUNDER. GOOD LUCK SIXPACK

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8/6/17 @ 6:02 PM
goosepnd
goosepnd
USER since 5/17/15

Well, Tall Pines has either sold to new owners or has been taken off the market.  The original listing under Latitude 50 Realty Inc. is no longer posted. 

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7/14/17 @ 12:26 PM
Rancher
Rancher
USER since 2/21/02

We were up last week, smallmouth are being caught, perch bite was still very good, casting shorelines for northern was good and walleye fishing was OK.  We still managed walleyes and even a nice 23.5" fish returned to bite another day. The mayfly hatch was in full swing so that slowed things down a bit.  Walleyes should be back in a summer pattern when you are up there and the mayfly hatch should be over.  Bring your normal jig and crawler harness rigs, 1/32 jigs if you want to fish perch.  I would also recommend some shallow 5' to 10' diving crank baits in case the walleyes are suspended and maybe a few slip bobbers. Good luck!

Edited on 7/14/17 12:27 PM
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7/14/17 @ 9:57 AM
Jimbo
Jimbo
USER since 6/18/01

Ag, here is a couple web sites to check out.

http://wabaskangcamp.com/

and check out Camp News.

And another.

https://tallpinescamp.wordpress.com/



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7/14/17 @ 6:35 AM
ag_man6
ag_man6
USER since 2/10/08

Leaving on Sunday, any information about Lake Wabaskang would be awesome.  Taking my boys up for a week at Peffley's Camp.  How were the bugs, any hot baits, etc.  Any information would be great!

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6/29/17 @ 7:19 AM
Graby54
Graby54
USER since 6/28/17

Looking to book a week long trip July 7th of next year at sleepy dog. How is the fishing this time of year? We have stayed at Tall Pines in the past but are making reservations at sleepy dog for next year. Does anyone have any comments on sleepy dog?



Appreciate the comments,

Steve

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6/25/17 @ 10:17 AM
Rancher
Rancher
USER since 2/21/02

You will have a great time, Peffley's Camp is awesome, they have minnows available in camp but do not have crawlers.  We are going up on the 1st and have only fished there one other time in July.  If I Remember correctly we did equally well on crawlers and minnows, 1/8 and 1/4 oz orange, chartreuse and white jigs.  Bring some 1/32 oz jigs if you are interested in perch.  We a have never used leeches on this lake. We also did good pulling bottom bouncers and a crawler harness.  Good luck I will post pictures and specifics when we get back.  Dave is great and will mark up a map for you where the hotspots have been.  

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6/25/17 @ 8:53 AM
ag_man6
ag_man6
USER since 2/10/08

Heading up to Peffley's Camp from July 17-24.  Wondering what type of bait is working best.  We are going to have minnows and crawlers, but does it pay to also have leeches along.  Any information would be great, this is our first time on this lake, have fished Lac Seul many times over the past 10 years.

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6/20/17 @ 5:32 AM
goosepnd
goosepnd
USER since 5/17/15

Sounds like weather at Tall Pines was as bad as week 2 when we were there.  Rain, cold, wind!!!  Sure hope no one was in cabin 2 with no heat and having to plug the holes in the walls, door, and windows. Burrrrrrrr.

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6/14/17 @ 8:45 AM
mopesrus
mopesrus
USER since 4/8/13

Will be headed to Jim & Julie's 6/23-7/1, can't wait.  We usually go 1st or 2nd week in June. This year work causes us to go later. Last year 2nd week of June was a Huge mayfly hatch. water surface in some bays was carpeted with mayflies. Bass fishing was tough. we still found the eye's tho. Lots of small Northern. Hopefully they've grown up since last year.

Jim & Julie couldn't possibly be more accommodating. We look forward to seeing them each year! The accommodations are always clean and kept up.  Updating and remodeling facilities is always ongoing.

Will post a report when we return.

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6/9/17 @ 6:14 AM
Smallmouth1
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USER since 5/1/05

 The place to stay is Sleepy Dog. Great people, great cabins, great boats.

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