Keep in mind that I am always looking for images for our newsletter; fish, sunsets, sunrises, other anglers fishing, equipment, anything fishing related. I can use them all.  Large, unedited images are best. Thanks.

Created by Scott McKee Oct 31, 2018 at 1:09pm. Last updated by Scott McKee Oct 31, 2018.

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At 11:44am on October 17, 2014, thomas reinhardt said…

thank's i tried

At 10:15am on July 26, 2014,
Board Member
John Jarosz

Scott...thanks & will do.  I'm even going to take the flyrod.  I also intend to take a lot of pics & will let Capt. Bob know that I will get him a copy of the newsletter the report is in.  When I talked with him, he told me that he's booked for Aug & when I think about it, it was very generous of him to donate an over $200 trip for our banquet.  I can't thank Capt. Bob or Capt. Larry enough for getting it together!  Thanks, guys!

At 9:30am on June 17, 2014, Anna Scime said…

Hi Scott - thanks so much for adding me!

At 11:21am on March 20, 2013, Forrest Fisher said…

Your high school math teacher says that you are a good guy...I'm happy to make you my friend. Keep up the dedicated great work Scott. Great honor to know you and your cronies at NMA...I am humbled to be a part of your crew. Tight lines to everyone!

At 6:03am on September 8, 2012,
Board Member
John Jarosz

thanks much, Scott.  From the meeting I went to, it looks like a great club made up of some real good members & I'm looking forward to getting on the Niagara.

At 7:46am on August 15, 2012, Capt. Larry D. Jones said…

Scott, The Tank Run--Lineup 2 white tanks behind Motor Boat Island and Big Radio Antena in the middle of Strawberry Island.Troll out across stream keeping the 2 tanks tight to the back of Motor Boat Island,when the Radio Antena reaches the West tip of Strawberry Island turn upstream and follow the 18ft ridge tapering upstream angle toward green flashing bouey by Jafco Marina.

Red Light--Green Light Run--Starting infront of Beaver Island Marina in 12 ft of water,at night you look up at Strawberry Island and the the ship directional red light marker at Ontario bar will be at the back of the Island.Troll out at an upstream angle staying at 13 ft,adjust to stay at 13 ft,when the Green light Bouey by Jafco Marina shows at the tip of Strawberry Island turn upstream,that should be the end of the reef and drop to 21 ft.

Tennis Tree Run- Lower Triangle in 10 ft of water big rocks on bottom out from Tennis Court on Beaver Island Park.Look across at Canadian shore ,Mushroom shaped Tree,troll across stream without looseing ground to Tennis Courts and Mushroom Tree.This puts you on the back side of a rock reef that runs 3/4 the way across the river,when it drops to 21ft turn upstream and follow 21ft ridge up the middle of the West River.


Capt. Larry

At 10:31pm on August 5, 2012, Joshua Kane said…

Well i appreciate that Clark

At 5:28am on July 24, 2012,
Board Member
Carrie Keane

Happy Birthday !!!!!!!!

At 2:26pm on July 18, 2012, Joshua Kane said…

Let the body count speak for itself! Even the boat launches are dangerous! Seriously!

Thanks guys for the welcome. Lets pray for some cold fronts.

At 4:40pm on July 2, 2012, Josh Ketry said…

Musky Whisperer

At 2:22pm on June 11, 2012, Jim Kinner said…

Bold Prediction: Four of this years top ten will be caught on opening day in the upper river.

At 10:01pm on May 17, 2012, mike crehan said…

If this post seems like a repeat,sorry That lure was an Ernie,regular Perch. If you remember, I would have rather cut my net to shreds than clip the hooks on that lure. That particular lure was a big fish magnet. I did not want to alter that lure in any way, shape or form. The day I lost that lure to the bottom was indeed,a very black day. As for the picture. If you were not there to take the picture there might not have been any record of it at all. I am more than grateful for the time you took to give me a hand. we were both more concered about getting the fish back in the water than anything else.

At 10:53am on May 17, 2012, mike crehan said…

This is in fact the 53. I'm just clumsy with this damned box.

At 10:51am on May 17, 2012, mike crehan said…

At 9:48am on May 17, 2012, mike crehan said…

It would seem that I'm having a little trouble getting pictures posted. I'll try again sometime soon

At 9:36am on May 17, 2012, mike crehan said…

This is the 53.  Man I wish I had a better picture Just a reminder of how it was, here's a 50.5 from the same day

At 7:52am on May 17, 2012, mike crehan said…

Nope, that's a 51.5 from the Harbor in 2002. I wish I had better photos of that 53. That fish was a Gator.  

At 7:20pm on May 16, 2012, Craig F. Halper said…

lake nippissing,47x22

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