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Happy Go Fishing Charters

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Barrie, Canada
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About Happy Go Fishing Charters
Offering 5 star fishing charters on world class fishery Lake Simcoe, with an emphasis on big fish and fun for all skill levels!
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Dana M wrote a review Aug. 2016
Boothbay Harbor, Maine9 contributions1 helpful vote
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Went fishing with Happy Go Fishing had the greatest time!! Cal, got us on the fish, caught eleven lake trout average size 34", girth 17" weight about 12 pounds. Nice boat, great captain, great teacher and fun to chat and swap fishing stories. Only negative, my wife caught the biggest fish! I highly recommend chartering with Cal!!!
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Date of experience: August 2016
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Brett M wrote a review Apr. 2016
Toronto, Canada1 contribution1 helpful vote
Had an amazing time. I took my dad out on the charter and the boat is amazing, tons of space. We went for lakers in the morning and monster smallmouth in the afternoon. I caught my first 5+ lb bass. Catching a new personal best is always a perfect day on the water. I learned a ton about finding schools of fish though too which is where i was lacking. I could always work a structure or a shoreline and find bass but finding and tracking down a school of big smallies was new to me so i'm glad I got to learn as well.
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Date of experience: July 2015
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