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chrisw

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  1. Haha. I typically do real well now that they're on more of a pattern, and the bugs are gone. I boated 10 eyes this morning, some shorts and some barely 15's that I didn't keep. Sent from my moto g fast using Tapatalk
  2. Live from the well... Sent from my moto g fast using Tapatalk
  3. Yea it's been decent, started out slower than usual, the mayflys were very abundant. It's heating up lately though. Sent from my moto g fast using Tapatalk
  4. Oneida walleyes. Sent from my moto g fast using Tapatalk
  5. Yes, they are most common with 15's. Sent from my moto g fast using Tapatalk
  6. Will do Sent from my moto g fast using Tapatalk
  7. Guys on YouTube/forums have killed deer at 100 yds with 10mm. I'd be comfortable at 50-60 with the load, situation depending. The 3 MOA red dot should aid in better shot placement also. Sent from my moto g fast using Tapatalk
  8. Deer hunting is the plan for it. It took me quite awhile to find one NY compliant, I ended up finding one on GunBroker and won the bid there. Sent from my moto g fast using Tapatalk
  9. My new Glock 40, 10mm, 6" barrel. Just mounted a Primary Arms RS-10 on it today. Sent from my moto g fast using Tapatalk
  10. You forgot me Wolc. I'm just done having the same debate with the same people and letting it affect my day. This site is in the shitter anyways. Maybe Elon Musk will buy it and we'll have some structure.... Sent from my moto g fast using Tapatalk
  11. chrisw

    Outboard motor.

    Don't over look other brands like Tohatsu. They're made by Mercury but can be had for less money. I have the 8 hp, twin 4 stroke as a kicker motor and it runs great. It was $2100 new shipped to my door. Sent from my moto g fast using Tapatalk
  12. Buddy and I hit 47 smallies this morning. Left them biting but the wind gusts we're getting out of control. Sent from my moto g fast using Tapatalk
  13. Yes they do. Perch will spawn in 5-15' of water typically in last year's grass. Their eggs will stick to the vegetation in long strings. We've been fishing 9' of water for perch. Sent from my moto g fast using Tapatalk
  14. Beat up the perch again yesterday, forgot to snap a pic. Got into some largies today, boated a dozen. Sent from my moto g fast using Tapatalk
  15. The blind buck never saw it coming... Sent from my moto g fast using Tapatalk
  16. Yea they tout the 12" screen as a huge selling point in the new Tundra's but I don't like it. If I need a laptop on the dash I'll bring one... Sent from my moto g fast using Tapatalk
  17. Maybe your ears would perk up more if we were talking about shooting button bucks. Feel free to "troll" right on by the thread if you don't have anything useful to add. Sent from my moto g fast using Tapatalk
  18. Luckily for you, trolls are a protected species.... Sent from my moto g fast using Tapatalk
  19. No, it's in the creek that the hatchery sits on, there is an impassible barrier there that the walleyes collect at heavily. The spearing is taking place about 30yds from the hatchery doors. Sent from my moto g fast using Tapatalk
  20. I didn't fish Oneida for the perch yesterday but a friend of mine did a few days ago and hammered them there too. He also said he caught no less than 20 walleyes in the process... Sent from my moto g fast using Tapatalk
  21. Exactly, if they win this battle then no fishery will be safe. The DEC better make the right decision. We won't even get into the hunting side of things yet... Sent from my moto g fast using Tapatalk
  22. No. I know they can do as they please on their land, this is not even remotely near their land. Sent from my moto g fast using Tapatalk
  23. Here's a response from the OLA... Sent from my moto g fast using Tapatalk
  24. If it were poverty (which it isn't) they could have discreetly fished for walleyes on the lake and noone would've known the difference probably. Instead, they go to a hatchery feeder creek, with a spear in the daylight to push their luck. This is a test to see how far they can stretch their abuse in my opinion. Sent from my moto g fast using Tapatalk
  25. Exactly! That hatchery is funded by tax dollars, which they don't pay, and licenses, which they don't buy. Yes they can hunt/fish on the reservation at anytime they choose, but if they're allowed to start doing this where does it end? Sent from my moto g fast using Tapatalk
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