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Anyone have experience fishing Alouette Lake in this type of hot weather? I'm wondering whether the lake is still producing. Would early morning or eves matter? Any part of the lake in particular worth trying? Thanks in advance all!
 

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Alouette Lake, in my experience, is fished well all year round. If you have a boat, use a willowleaf setup or a ford fender with a wedding band (with or without a dew worm) on the end. Fish then a little deeper by adding weights on hot days, or just let around 30 feet out on cool days and troll. If fishing from shore, just a plain weddingband can work. Hope this helps.
 

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Thanks for the info reelangler. I think I'm going to head out tomorrow morning before it gets too hot. I've got a small boat so I'll be doing a bit of trolling. I suspect that I should let out a fair bit of line (e.g., up to 100')??? How about colors, anything in particular work well there?

Cheers :beerchug:
 

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Well, just spent about 3 hours this morning fishing at Alouette Lake. Got two bites and no fish :p Tried a smaller gang troll with a green wedding band and worm and also a copper willow leaf with a red wedding band and worm. Each got a bite at about 35 - 45 feet of line, but not much else. The bites were also fairly early in the morning. I suspect that fishing would be best in the eve. and am. It was also getting somewhat gusty around noon. Wondering how the wind is in the evening?
 

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need to get deeper try using leadcore
 
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