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03-20-2011 06:49 AM
Hunting Man ronn, right now just my fishing buddy and I are for sure. Trying to get 2 more.
Usually my son goes, but he and girl friend are moving to Ill and setting up house keeping/college . This lake has 2 major rivers feeding it and has several connecting smaller lakes with huge weed beds. It also has major rock hazards and the bottom has deep 90' drop offs that come up to 6' shelves like right now, watching the fish finder makes you sick. We have several 20+ lb pike from Fushimi Lake. I hooked and lost a potential 30lb a few years ago which would have been on the wall! It also has walleye and perch too which the locals fish for. From Toledo Ohio it's a 14 hr drive. It was close getting the company to ok 2 supervisors to go on vacation at the same time this year, a lot of new upper management and they just don't understand priorities. Looks like a trip to Bass Pro is in order!
03-19-2011 09:17 PM

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03-19-2011 08:31 PM
Hunting Man booked it earlier today for 1 week. This will be the 5th trip to this lake but first time renting the cabin. Getting too old for tents
03-19-2011 07:31 PM
Good info

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03-19-2011 07:13 PM
Hunting Man
Canada fishing trip

If you want to take a look at the log cabin I have rented for this year's trip, visit: This is the only building on the lake except the Provincial park. The cabin is accessable by water only. Fushimi is a great fish habitat and grows really big pike.

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