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post #1 of 26 (permalink) Old 02-21-2017, 07:50 PM Thread Starter
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pymatuning

headin up to ty some jigging...tips anyone?

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post #2 of 26 (permalink) Old 02-23-2017, 01:20 AM
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About 2 weeks it will b good
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post #3 of 26 (permalink) Old 02-24-2017, 02:00 PM
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Seen a couple of boats practically in the bowl yesterday at the spillway. Haven't heard if anyone is doing any good.

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There is a bait shop called Robinsons on North end. Look them up on Face Book and like. They post reports every day. also great people, tell you anything in reguards to Pymi.
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Here is what I'll contribute about Pymie. I haven't been on it yet this year, but a close friend has and was bass fishing. He caught bass. If he caught bass, walleye and panfish can be caught also. The lake is so large it takes knowledge as to where to go and what to target with the given conditions.

I'll add this. I fished Preque Isle Wednesday. Me and a partner brought home 65 panfish, a mixture of perch, gills, and crappie. The bay is further North than Pymie. Lakes here generally get better south to north as conditions improve from winter to spring.

I'll guarantee anglers caught fish at Pymie. They're just tighter lipped knowing that posting I'net info brings the masses. I love hearing "wait two weeks". Northern hemisphere fish bite as soon as the ice leaves, and while it's on. It's the savy and experienced anglers who capatalize on it, and keep to themselves on how to get it done.
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77 on friday this past week got to lake saturday 40mph gust and snowing.no bites cold front messed up any bite for now...

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Fish the same spots that are fished through the ice. Use the same tactics and fish can be caught. 2 weeks will still be pushing it, it's only the end of February. With cold fronts the next 2 weeks the pre-spawn movement will be the same as usual. Early April for casting the shallows for eyes. If you want to snag fish it's being done now at the spillway but not in large numbers.
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tried spillway...no luck talked to 8 guys no luck...to rough to muddy..will be back later with the boat

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anyone up lately?

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post #10 of 26 (permalink) Old 03-22-2017, 10:33 AM
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The southern part of the lake usually has the better bite early on, Jamestown would be a good place to launch. The Crappie bite seems to start there first and as the water warms they move up to the northern part to spawn. A friend of mine said that a guy he works with was up there last month in Feb. when we had that warm stretch and he did quite well on Crappy.....Good Luck and keep us posted .....


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