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Fishing Continues to be slow but a New Charter Boat has Arrived!! October 21 to 27, 2014

It was a slow week overall with only a handful of anglers around. Fish continue to be marked around the perimeter of deep areas like the Telegraph Narrows. Submerged Power Lines and under the Deseronto Bridge and even on the south side of Buoy Q42 but none are willing to take the bait.

The Water Levels have dropped again this week bringing the water level down to one of lowest years we have seen.   Water service in our Campground is now shutoff but we continue to remain open for those wishing to camp with Electrical Only. Our Washrooms and Showers and of course open still and Our Vacation House and Vacation Suite is available for groups looking to come and experience the Fall Walleye Fishing.  Our Bait and Tackle Store is open daily and we have minnows in stock plus all the popular fall Reef Runners

Nick Werner Reports that his New 2015 22 foot Kingfisher Charter Boat has arrived from Western Canada. Nick has been busy for the past few days rigging it with all his special rod holders and equipment.  This is one Sweet Boat and is complete with a fully enclosed heated top, 300 Horsepower 4 Stroke Mercury Outboard, 9.9 Kicker Mercury Outboard Trolling Motor, plus all the other equipment and tools to give you the best possible comfort and chances for success on the Bay of Quinte.  Please contact us at 613-476-7290 to book your Fall Charter now!


Good Luck and Tight Lines!