Yeah seems that way. Maybe everyone is out hunting. Have you been seeing many ducks up in the marsh lately? Good luck on Sunday. If you do get one i am guessing it wont be your last day outBased on the lack of response, I would guess that it's been a slow year. I've been out lots this fall, with little action and nothing landed. I'm going out on Sunday for my final rip of the year, and hopefully I come up with a fish.
Seriously? If you're going after them in the yak in the next couple of weeks, let me know! I'm right there with ya, man!!!!if the water stays soft, i might get the kayak back out and start next years striper season a little early...lol!!!
i'm thinking maybe pontoons for my portable ice fishing shack will be the best solution...lol
Getting pretty cold there, now. If I had a kokotat suit, or even a dry suit, I'd consider it. A fella gets wet with a SOT, probably not fun this time of year. I certainly wouldn't want to take a dive without one during this time of year. Lol! If we get a "warm" spell before ice-up where you mentionned and you're going, send me another pm and I'll see...good news!!! after reading the ice fishing rules again yesterday, i checked the dfo notice and found that it was for "designated" waters in NB only, so stripers are still legal in true tidal waters - the designated tidal lakes? they could be closed by this for stripers so be careful.
str00ver,there is ice now, 4-6" thick so yaking for stripers may be out, but if you are still up for it maybe we could go for hake in the north end from the yaks? maybe late some saturday afternoon? i work a half day saturday, getting off work at 3:30 i also have mondays off. i'll pm you.
what river you getting them in? shore fishing or in a boat. just wondering,water so high can't hardly tell where to be trolling on the kennebecasis.I was out on Saturday and landed 43 stripers and my largest was 26.5 inchs then went out today and never got a bite. Rob C. got himself a 14 inch sea trout but that was it.