Author Topic: Wylie Lake, with Mikisew Can anybody tell me about past fishing trips  (Read 1564 times)

nimrod

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Hello looking for some tips about Wylie Lake, with Mikisew Sport Fishing

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I drew up a map for you, its PDF so'll i'll have to email it.


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The lake is very dicey to boat on, fishing wont be great if you spend too much time touring around the lake getting to know it. Go where you know you need to be and fish it hard for 5 days, screw the rest of the lake. There is some unreal structure on that lake, the east side more less forms a "V", concentrate the majority of your time on the west point of that "V" and also back into the most NE 30ft channel. West winds will force all the food to the east side of the lake, don't even bother going to the NW part.
 

nimrod

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Hey TheSylvanSpinner thanks for your help, looking forward to fishing those northern lakes, hope to hook onto a nice laker.

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Hey TheSylvanSpinner thanks for your help, looking forward to fishing those northern lakes, hope to hook onto a nice laker.

No problem and good luck!

Side note: If you experience anything unusual or something that cannot be explained up there your not the first guy, three boats out one day 2 guys per boat at different ends of the lake all came back with the same story the one day. Had nothing to do with fishing or gay sex (for the wise crackers) either............

ward

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I was at Wiley in June 2009 and had a great trip but I did not experience anything strange. What happened to your group ?

ward

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When you go to Wiley, make sure you spend a day or two on No-name. It is certainly worth the effort.

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I was at Wiley in June 2009 and had a great trip but I did not experience anything strange. What happened to your group ?

We saw something moving at incredible rate of speed across the water, it looked like a speed boat but nobody was close enough to it........it created a large wake but it was silent.

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When you go to Wiley, make sure you spend a day or two on No-name. It is certainly worth the effort.

We didn't find no name to be that great, lots of little Northern's but nothing to write home about.

nimrod

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Well we had a great time at Wylie, little bit of snow the first day water was choppy, lots of lakers in the top 10 feet of the water, lots of pike, and one of the guys caught a big one, 44 inches and 49 pounds 9 ounces, trying to get the word on if this will be the top pike in Alberta.

Biggest laker was a 14 pound, then next was 12.5 and then lots of smaller 2-4 pound
All in all a great trip.

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I need to see pics of that Northern! Sounds like a true hog, would beat the provincial record by 10lbs. Were you fishing where i told you to fish?


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Here's some Wylie pics