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My first fishing trip... help!


This weekend, hubby and I are heading to Jackman to go fishing. This will be the first time that I have actually gone somewhere to go fishing. I have all of the equipment that I need (I think) but what suggestions can all of you offer to me about the trip??? Is there anything I MUST have? What should I know? This is the first time for me, so any and all info is more than welcomed. I leave Friday = )

This is where I am staying and this is the link to their fishing page.

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  1. Bring a book, sunscreen, polarized sunglasses and something to drink. If you're going out in a boat, watch out for green heads. They look like houseflies, have a green head and hurt when they bite.

    Set the hook.

    Don't forget the camera. We want to see your fish!

    Have fun!

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  2. Thanks Robin! Sunscreen, sunglasses book and camera are all packed. I have some Deep Woods Off! that I am bringing as well =) Thanks for the info!!!

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  3. You will love Sally Mountian Cabins. I have stayed several times at the cabins and know Corey pretty well. He went to high school with a friend of mine. Drop the name "Antione" or "Travis" and he may let you know how to fish the island ;). Also friends of ours,the Ashey's own the restaurant on the corner "Momma Bear". If you travel up the road a bit past Bishops you will see garage on the left. Ask for Kelvin and mention Jo and Travis and he might even tell you a couple other spots to hit. Have a great time.

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  4. Full report to follow? Good fishing to you..

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